Hello! I recently read somewhere online that you can preserve hollowed Easter eggs by covering them with thinned Mod Podge inside and outside. I haven’t tried it yet, so I don’t know how well that works, but I am going to try this year. While decorating my eggs, I came up with the idea of painting them in chalkboard paint so I could easily reuse and redecorate them, in case I do want to mod podge inside. This is how I made my chalkboard eggs.
Begin with hollowed out eggs that have been washed and dried.
I couldn’t find a wide variety of chalkboard paint bottles, so I bought black, turquoise and purple. I mixed some the turquoise and purple with regular white acrylic paint to make softer shades and it worked fine.
I painted one half at a time.
Here are all my eggs, painted and dried. Now they’re ready to be decorated with chalk!
I hope you enjoyed my post today. Please let me know if you have any questions! 🙂