Spray Painted Easter Egg Bunting

As Minnie enjoyed spray painting so much we thought we’d be brave & have a go at painting indoors, this time though we used a sheet to cover the floor!



The pattern the spray paint made reminded me of speckled eggs so I couldn’t resist cutting a few egg shapes out for Minnie to paint. Here’s how she got on...



The paper floor covering under the eggs produced some great art too!



Once the eggs were dry I sewed them together with a light coloured cotton to create some Easter egg bunting. I think they look really cute & we'll definitely be using these in a few weeks time.



Minnie has been keen to do more painting, & has been busy creating more eggs too!  :o)

I love the smiley faces!


Our house is sure to look eggs-tra special this year! ;-)


9 comments:

  1. These are lovely :-) We bought a water spray from sainsburys for making paintings with too! Who can resist £1 for an art project?!

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  2. Saw you at the young nester's $10 Tuesdays. LOVE the egg bunting and how you involved your daughter with it.

    Easter is my favorite holiday so I will have to make some of these egg buntings!

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  3. Aaaaah these are soo cute! You do have fabulous ideas!! And love the egg faces - my son is currently into drawing "robots" - funnily enough they look like your egg faces, but with stick arms and legs!!!

    Maggy

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  4. Oh gorgeous. You have lovely ideas every week! We haven't done much paint splatter yet (oh the mess, the mess), but I know Red Ted would LOVE LOVE LOVE it! Such a great craft for all age groups!

    Thanks for linking up!

    Maggy

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  5. Thanks for all your lovely comments :-) Minnie is currently making more eggs... think we'll be decorating the whole house for Easter at this rate! ;-)

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  6. What a fun idea! I love it!

    Thanks for sharing this at For the Kids Friday at SunScholars! I will be posting the next party tonight. I hope to have you linking up again this week!

    :)rachel @ SunScholars.blogspot.com

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  7. Featured these on Easter Get Crafty today :-)))))

    http://www.redtedart.com/2011/04/01/easter-get-crafty/

    Maggy

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  8. I still need to try this with E! The bunting turned out very well!

    Kerri

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