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Spin art Easter eggs

Spin art Easter eggs
All the eggs above are Nico’s.

(April 16, 2014) At one point Nico came out of our craft room running with a salad spinner in hand, all giddy. If you are a crafter, especially with kids, you probably know that he was not in the mood for a Caesar salad, but for a wonderfully simple and efficient kind of art: Spin art. Back in Chateauguay we had done dozens of cardstock circles, squirted paint on them, spun them around and had pretty much instant art. Wet art, but pretty much instant.

Since Easter was drawing near, Valerie had the idea of making some spin art Easter eggs! Cutting an egg shape right away was not an option, since it would just move around in the spinner, so we would make regular circles and cut them into egg shapes after.

Spin art Easter eggs - making
It’s really  simple, squirt your paint colors in, close and spin!

Spin art Easter eggs - tryouts 1
Here’s a few different ways of placing  the paints we experimented with (some of the paint is glitter paint).

Spin art Easter eggs - tryouts 2
And a couple more tries (in the stripy one we added the pink after the first spin).

Spin art Easter eggs - Easter bunny

Nico brought one of the eggs to the Easter bunny as a gift and some of the other ones will be used as postcards for family, so you can use them in many different ways and each of them is a unique piece of art :)

If you do this, we’d LOVE to see a photo of it. Email it to us or post it on our Facebook page. Don’t forget to also follow us on Pinterest and our “Around the World in 12 Dishes” series also has its own Pinterest boards for each country. We’d love to do a Facebook album, a Pinterest board and a page of your creations :)

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