Easter is just around the corner! You can make your own gorgeous paint pour Easter egg decorations super easily with this simple technique. Learn all about making your perfectly marbled fluid art Easter decor. I partnered with DecoArt on this post, which also contain affiliate links, which help to support this site at no extra cost to you.
This year, I am adding some colorful Spring decor to our home with a simple little fluid art project. These paint pour Easter egg tags are perfect for tying on to Easter baskets, adding a pop of color to shelf decor, or tied on to a vase like I did in the image below.
For this project I used DecoArt Fluid Art Ready-to-pour™, which makes things super easy because it allows you to create paint pour art in just one step. No mixing or measuring required! Seriously I love that.
I had so much fun making these tags!
There are so many different ways to create beautiful pieces with Ready-to-pour™, but I mostly like to keep it super simple by just pouring paint directly from the bottle and then tilting, blowing, and tapping to move the paint around.
It’s just so satisfying to watch that drip!
If you want to make your own fluid art Easter egg decorations, you just need a few supplies.
DIY Paint Pour Easter Egg Tag Supplies:
- Unfinished Wooden Egg Tags, Signs, or Ornaments (These are the tags I used.)
- DecoArt® Fluid Art Ready-to-Pour™
- Americana® Acrylics in coordinating colors
- Plastic drop cloths to protect your work surface
- Wooden Spools and Glue Dots (optional, but useful)
- Twine or Ribbon
You can watch a little video of the process of making these guys below, or for full, detailed instructions, head on over to the DecoArt blog.
I am so happy with how these paint pour Easter egg decorations turned out! I am going to be using some as fancy tags for my kids’ Easter baskets, and the rest will be placed throughout my home for a little festive decor.
What do you guys think? Would you give this project a try?
Until next time, Happy Making!
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