DIY Nail Polish Marbled Easter Eggs
I haven’t had time to think about Easter decorations, so with only a few days left I wanted to create something quick and fun. So I thought why not get creative and make marbled easter eggs with nail varnish! Yep you heard right and no I have not gone bonkers. I’ve seen so many attempt this, that I thought it was about time to get my DIY groove on. Prepare to get very messy…
What You Need…
Quail Eggs or normal eggs – I chose quail because I like the dimension. Whatever you choose, make sure to have lots for trial & error.
A plastic container or cup filled with water that is room temperature
Nail varnish – any colours of your choice
Latex gloves – You’ll thank me later!
Nail Varnish remover – cos it’s going to get messy even with gloves 😉
Choose the nail varnish colours of your choice and drop lots of it into the water. As mentioned this has to be at room temperature. If too hot or cold the varnish will sink. With a tooth pick lightly swirl the colours. Then hold your egg between your fingers (thumb and forefinger) and dip into the water. Hold for a few seconds and swirl around the colours. I found this a little tricky at first so you’re going to probably need a few attempts until you get it right. Let the egg dry by placing it in a carton or something flat. Don’t forget your gloves if you don’t want to get your hands super messy.
Once you get the hang of it, play around with colours and have some fun. Told you it was an easy way to decorate some eggs and highly addictive. Once you start you really don’t want to stop!
I hope you guys liked this simple DIY project.Let me know if you have ever attempted it and how it turned out? Wishing you all a fabulous Easter and don’t eat too many eggs – I mean the chocolate ones. Who am I kidding, eat as many as you want!