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Fun Egg Painting with Kwik Stix!

Fun Egg Painting with Kwik Stix!

Fun Egg Painting with Kwik Stix!

Are you tired of the same old egg decorating routine? Looking to add some pizzazz to your Easter festivities? Look no further than Kwik Stix! These magical paint sticks will take your egg painting game to a whole new level.

Not only are Kwik Stix super easy to use, but they also dry quickly, making them perfect for impatient artists (we've all been there). Plus, the vibrant colors will make your eggs stand out from the rest!

So this Easter, ditch the messy paints and opt for the simplicity and vibrancy of Kwik Stix. Your egg painting game will never be the same!

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Pastel Egg Painting

Materials Needed: Kwik Stix, Magic Stix, and eggs

  1. After boiling your eggs, allow time for them to cool off
  2. Once cooled off, start painting with Kwik Stix
  3. Use a variety of colors to have a mix of pastels
  4. Use Magic Stix to draw more patterns and designs on top of the paint 
  5. Place in a basket or back in egg carton for Easter!

Check out this craft on Instagram @craftsfunandlearning

Rainbow Egg Painting

Materials Needed: plastic eggs and Kwik Stix

  1. Paint each egg with a different color Kwik Stix
  2. Place into a basket or bowl and display for an Easter decoration

Check out this craft on Instagram @mcmanemin_companies

Egg Art

Materials Needed: Kwik Stix, black marker, and eggs

  1. Scribble with Kwik Stix onto an egg
  2. Repeat in different colors
  3. Outline each scribble with a black marker to make each design stand out

Check out this craft on Instagram @isateony

Thin Stix Egg Painting

Materials Needed: Thin Stix Kwik Stix and Eggs

  1. Paint each egg with Kwik Stix Thin Stix
  2. Overlap different colors to create different designs

Check out this craft on Instagram @thecountrypeony

Egg Bunny

Materials Needed: wooden egg, Kwik Stix, Washi Tape, glue, and a pipe cleaners

  1. Place washi tape around a wooden egg
  2. Paint half of the egg with Kwik Stix
  3. Paint a bunny face onto the wooden egg
  4. Cut a pipe cleaner in half
  5. Fold each half in half and glue onto a wooden egg

Check out this craft on Instagram @lulu_make

Plastic Egg Painting

Materials Needed: plastic eggs, Kwik Stix, and egg carton

  1. Place plastic eggs into an egg carton (you can use real eggs also)
  2. Paint each one with Kwik Stix and place back into carton

Check out this craft on Instagram @bayarea_toddlersplay

Limited Edition Easter Pack

Materials Needed: Pastel Kwik Stix Easter Pack and eggs

  1. Paint eggs with pastel Kwik Stix
  2. Paint in a pattern to practice color recognition
  3. After an egg is finished being painted, place into carton

Check out this craft on Instagram @letoys_roseville

Wooden Egg Painting

 

 Materials Needed: wooden eggs and Pastel Kwik Stix

  1. Paint each wooden egg with Pastel Kwik Stix
  2. Use a different color for each egg 
  3. Place all painted eggs into a bowl and display as a colorful, spring decoration

Check out this craft on Instagram @inspired_little_learners

Metallic Easter Eggs

Materials Needed: eggs, Metalix Thin Stix Kwik Stix, and Easter Basket

  1. Paint eggs with Metallic colored Thin Stix
  2. You will notice a shimmer and shine
  3. Place each painted egg into an Easter basket

Check out this craft on Instagram @mamipa.cz

Egg Decorating with Kwik Stix and Magic Stix

Materials Needed: eggs, Kwik Stix, and Magic Stix

  1. Paint Easter eggs with Kwik Stix
  2. Draw designs onto eggs with Magic Stix Markers to add details
  3. Place eggs into a carton and use to decorate!

Check out this craft on Instagram @keepme_busy

Wooden Egg Designs

Materials Needed: Kwik Stix, wooden eggs, Easter stickers, and Q-tips

  1. Paint each wooden egg with Kwik Stix
  2. Place Easter themed stickers onto the eggs
  3. Use Q-tips to create small dots of paint onto the eggs

Check out this craft on Instagram @everydaybabyplay

Egg Emotions

Materials Needed: paper, Kwik Stix, pen or marker, and eggs

  1. On a piece of paper, make four categories: Blue, Green, Yellow, and Red
  2. Under each category, write three feelings associated with the written color (Ex: Red-Angry)
  3. Place an egg under each category
  4. Draw a face that resembles those emotions written

Check out this craft on Instagram @ot_room