We love to decorate fun Easter eggs every year. This year, we had plans to make a few different kinds. At the top of our list was star/galaxy decorated eggs.

My oldest is slightly obsessed with the stars and planets and after seeing black chalkboard eggs in the store, I knew they’d be a breeze to make!


- Black chalkboard eggs - Foam paint brushes - Watercolor paint brushes - Acrylic paint in white, purple, teal, gold and blue

Start by applying a small amount of the blue paint onto an egg and distributing it in random strokes around the egg. I didn’t use gloves but they would help for clean up.


Once the blue paint dries, apply the teal paint randomly around the egg and rub it in with your fingers. Once the teal paint dries, repeat with the purple.


Once all your paint layers are dry, place your eggs into a box. Mix your gold paint with a little water to thin it out and splatter it onto the eggs using a watercolor brush.


Once they dry, they’re all done! Here’s how I mad the moon eggs:


Start with hard boiled eggs (or blown out egg shells), a disposable pan on room temperature water, nail polish in black and white, toothpicks and gloves.

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