Can’t decide how to decorate your Easter eggs? Instead of wasting dozens of eggs this year, jut try painting a few eggs with “chalkboard” paint instead.

Every Easter at our house we decorate dozens of eggs. My son just can’t decide what he wants to draw on each egg, so naturally we just keep decorating eggs until the supermarket runs out (LOL). This year we decided to do something a little bit different. We only boiled 6 eggs and covered it in “Chalkboard” paint – thus, turning every egg into a canvas with multiple possibilities, endless creativity and tons of fun!

Chalkboard Easter Eggs are really easy to make. Just follow the simple steps below.

Things You Will Need

  • Eggs (boiled) or plastic
  • Chalkboard paint
  • Plastic spoon
  • Paint brush
  • Empty egg carton
  • Your Imagination

Step by Step:

Step 1: Carefully place the egg in the chalkboard paint.

Step 2: Using the spoon roll the egg around in the paint.
Step 3: Lift out the egg with the spoon and let it sit in the egg carton.

Step 4: After a few hours when the top of the egg has dried, flipped the egg over let the other side dry.
Step 5: Use a paint brush to touch up the egg so that it is entirely covered.

Step 6: Let it dry for approx 24 hours. Chalkbaord paint needs 24 hours to fully dry.

Step 7: Use colorful chalk to decorate your chalkboard Easter Eggs.

If you mess up, don’t worry – just wipe it clean with a damp cloth and do it again.

The fun just never ends with chalkboard Easter eggs, you can just keep decorating the same eggs over and over again!!!