Hand-Painted Shiplap Easter Egg

I found this shiplap looking Egg in the Dollar Spot at Target. 
Hand Painted Shiplap Easter Egg

The egg was $3 so I brought it home to decide what to do with it later. I thought about printing a vinyl sticker with my Silhouette machine but the egg has shiplap type cracks in the wood and the vinyl might not work. I thought about using a stencil but decided instead to hand-paint a sign using a Sharpie Paint Stick.
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Hand-painted white egg sign for Easter

I drew the words onto the egg pallet with a pencil first then used the Sharpie Paint Stick to paint over it. When the paint dried I used a white eraser to erase the pencil lines. This little project couldn't have been easier or more inexpensive! 
DIY chalkboard sign with wreath and egg sign

I hung the egg up on a chalkboard wreath I made a while back. I like decorating this chalkboard and wreath for the holidays. 
Easter sign on a chalkboard

A cute project that you don't need any special machines or stencils to make for Easter. 
Hand painted Easter Blessings sign

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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife of 28 years, the mother of 4 daughters, and the grandmother of 4 grandsons. I am a DIY Blogger and a part time PreK teacher.


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