If you’re going to be making some Easter crafts this year, why not make some styrofoam emoji Easter eggs! These cuties were created by Carissa, who suggests we use styrofoam eggs instead of real eggs. Psstt… That’s because she’s a mom and hates wasting food but loves using craft paint and markers to decorate!
Now, gather up your kiddos or your friends, it’s time to have yourselves an eggcellent eggmoji party. For real.
Dollar Store Craft Supplies
2 packages of Styrofoam Easter Eggs at $1.25 each
1 paint tray $1.25
1 packages of assorted paint brushes $3.00
Yellow Craft Paint $2.00
Assorted paint colors $3.00
Black Sharpie $1.25
Total: Roughly $12.50 with tax
Cover your surface area with newspaper
Squirt some of the yellow paint into your painter’s tray
Using a medium-sized flat brush, color the eggs with the yellow paint
Let the paint dry (roughly 10 minutes)
Apply a second coat
Let dry for another 10 minutes
Start with your black Sharpie and create the solid black spaces on each emoji –
NOTE: leave blank space to paint the tongue red and teeth white on the two eggmoji’s seen above.
Open your red, baby blue and white assorted paint colors
Using 3 small paintbrushes from your assorted brush pack, paint the red tongue, heart eyes and heart kiss with one brush.
With a separate brush paint the white eyes and white teeth.
With the third brush paint on the blue teardrops.
Let your eggcellent creation dry overnight and in the morning your eggies will look like this!
Have an eggcellent Easter everyone!