Hippity hoppity Easter’s on it’s way. Yes, Easter is right around the corner. I created the St. Patrick’s Day coloring page for you last month. This month I decided to incorporate a little spring and Easter in the same coloring page with a giant Easter egg filled with flowers. Who doesn’t love that? Have fun coloring this Easter Egg coloring page with pastel colors or really bright colors. Read below how to share.
Easter Egg Coloring Page
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There are a few supplies I recommend to make this Easter Egg coloring page vibrant and colorful. These markers come in a variety of colors and different pack sizes. They have a fine tip and I use them for my Bullet Journal, so I already have them on hand. Try printing this Easter Egg Coloring Page out on watercolor paper and using these pencils to make a watercolor egg. After you color with the watercolor pencils, just use a paintbrush with some water. This reminds me of those paint with water books I loved as a kid. Have fun using different designs to color the flowers, or simply create what you wish.
Sharing is Caring
If you print out and Easter Egg coloring page or two, I would love for you to share your creations on my Facebook Page. Even if it is your kids creations, I would love to see how this is colored. If you share on twitter or Instagram, please use the hashtag #MHColors, so I can see all of your lovely creations! I am going to be watching the hashtag pretty closely to comment and share when I can. My little heart is filled with joy, since it feels like I am giving you all a bouquet of flowers this month.
Do you love to color?
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