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Marbled Easter Egg Art

By: Holly Homer from
Updated February 25, 2020
Marbled Easter Egg Art
Marbled Easter Egg Art

"Are you looking for a super creative and unique way to make art with kids? You will love our Marbled Easter Egg Art because it is both of those things and more! All you need to make this Marbled Easter Egg Art is watercolor paper cut into the shape of eggs, nail polish, water, a plastic bin, and newspaper. This craft is fun for kids of all ages, and is a great way to make DIY Easter decorations."

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Materials List

  • watercolor paper cut into the shape of eggs
  • nail polish
  • water
  • plastic bin
  • newspaper


  1. Fill a shallow bin halfway with water. Invite your child to pour nail polish into it. We chose to use pastel spring colors!

  2. Swirl the nail polish with a toothpick to create a marbled effect, then dip the paper egg into it. Just a small amount of nail polish is needed! We discovered that if too much was used, the nail polish created unsightly blobs on the paper.

  3. Pull out the paper, then set it on a piece of newspaper to dry. Kids may be able to dip a second egg into the water, but if more nail polish is needed, simply add more!

  4. TIP: Wear protective gloves to prevent nail polish from gathering on your finger tips!

  5. When your child is finished, use a scrap piece of paper to scrape the leftover nail polish from the water before disposing.

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