Who doesn't love a super easy DIY that includes eggs..... Easter must be just around the corner. This is a super simple and fun DIY i put together for the ladies over at Wild and Bliss.
You will need.....
Some plain white ceramic egg cup, a pocelaine/ceramic marker and some eggs. I ordered my egg cups and the marker online but you can get the markers from any art supply store, they come in a many gorgeous colours. And the egg cups you can get from any homewares store like Kmart or Target.
Now all you have to do is start drawing..... I chose to start with faces, because I know my kids will get a kick out of these come Easter morning. I chose to just use a black marker as I will also be using our hand crocheted egg warmers, which are very bright and colourful.
I actually drew 3 faces on each egg cup, so depending on the side facing you you will see a different funny face.
You don't need to stop there either, and don't forget to include the kids..... get them to add the hair, if the egg cups themselves are an Easter gift... or they can of course design their own egg cup. It can be a little tricky with the porcelaine markers, so they may need some help. And you will need to be careful not to smudge the inc as you go. So allow for a little drying time.
If funny faces aren't your thing... then maybe you would prefer to just decorate them with patterns. I think both are really effective and fun. Now depending on how thorough you are when it comes to cleaning your egg cups, you might want to heat seal them in the oven. Just follow the instructions on the marker, this will allow you to put them in the dishwasher.
I hope you have enjoyed this little DIY. Remember you don't need tones of time or equipment to get creative.... fulfilling your creative urge can be as easy as taking to time to draw some shapes on an egg cup... who knew?
We would love to see what you come up with so make sure you Instagram you creations and #taylorandclothdiy and don't forget to give us a shout out @katetaylorandcloth and @wild.and.bliss so we can ooh and ahh at the finished product.