Can you guess what our favorite spring holiday is? We鈥檒l give you a hint 鈥 we鈥檙e really, really egg-cited about it. We鈥檙e so egg-cited that we鈥檝e already dedicated dozens of posts to the holiday this year, the B+C shop is stocked with all the supplies you need + gifts for Easter baskets and we鈥檙e only just getting started. Yes, we鈥檙e talking about Easter! So to add to the pile, we鈥檙e bringing you an extra springy Easter egg idea 鈥 floral eggs. All you need are some waterproof pens and a bit of patience. Just like with our Full House eggs, it鈥檚 easier than you think. We promise!

eggs-flora-3

Materials
鈥 boiled eggs (learn how to prep the perfect one here)

鈥 pencil

鈥 waterproof pen (we used a Micron pen)

鈥 waterproof markers (we used Deco pens)

Instructions
1. Outline the flower鈥檚 shape in pencil, then trace over it with a waterproof pen.

2. Color in your flower with waterproof markers. Trace around the flower with a thicker black pen to make the illustration stand out more. (FYI, we looked to Google Images for inspo, then drew a simplified version of each flower.)

3. Write the name of each flower using your thin waterproof pen. Let dry.

eggs-flora-materials

We recommend boiled eggs for this particular DIY because you need to hold the egg tightly while drawing. A cracked egg is a very, very sad egg, people.

eggs-flora-10

Draw each flower with a pencil, then trace over the pencil with a waterproof pen. Color in your flower with waterproof markers. If you like, you can trace around your design with a thicker waterproof pen.

Pro Tip: Google Images is your friend! We looked at tons of photos for each flower, and then sketched out a simplified version. Since your canvas is so tiny, you don鈥檛 need to add much detail.

eggs-flora-11

Add in the name of each flower on the side of your design. Voila!

eggs-flora-5

Aren鈥檛 they pretty?! These sweeties are the epitome of springtime.

eggs-flora-3

Are you trying out our DIYs this Easter season? If so, we鈥檇 love to see what you鈥檝e been making. Share images with the hashtag #iamcreative and #britstagram on Twitter or Instagram and we鈥檒l be sure to check them out!