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!

Supplies

- 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.

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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.

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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.

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

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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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