Chalkboard Eggs are the perfect DIY for your kiddos.

They are so fun to make and display each year.

Your kiddos will have a blast creating their one of a kind masterpieces on these tiny canvases.

I have used these eggs as place setting markers.

Or……display them in a cute bunny ear napkin.

DIY Chalkboard Eggs - J Dub By Design™

You can even hot glue a ribbon loop on the them and hang them from an Easter tree.

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Supplies Needed

Blown Out Eggs

Chalkboard Paint

Chalk Markers

Clear Sealer

Q tips

Wet paper towel


Cardboard or foam

Egg Cups

Easter Napkins


  1. After blowing out the eggs, place a skewer in each egg.
  2. Stick the sharp end into cardboard or foam to hold the egg steady.
  3. Spray each egg (Make sure you shake the can well) with chalkboard paint.
  4. Gently mist the eggs to keep the paint from leaving drip marks on the egg.
  5. Allow the eggs to dry and touch up with paint as needed to make sure that the entire egg is generously covered with paint.
  6. To ensure that the chalk adheres to the egg, using a chalk paint pen, cover the entire egg with chalk.
  7. Wipe the chalk off with a wet paper towel.
  8. You are now ready to create your masterpiece.
  9. Place the eggs back on the skewer into foam or cardboard to dry. Or lay them sideways in the carton to completely dry.

Tips for Painting the DIY Chalkboard Eggs

  1. When painting each side of the egg, allow one side to dry completely before attempting to paint the other side.
  2. Use a Q-tip, dipped in water, to clean up around the painting to get a crisp, clean look.
  3. Use a hair dryer on cool setting to speed up the drying process.
  4. Plant your pinky finger on the side of the egg where there is no paint to give added stability in painting the tiny surface.
  5. Spray the eggs with a clear sealer to preserve the art for years to come.

This DIY is the perfect craft for kids’ birthday parties, Sunday School DIY, and/or Easter Egg Hunt.

You can also display the kids’ Easter egg artwork in your spring tablescapes for years to come!

DIY Chalkboard Eggs - J Dub By Design™
Spray paint the eggs with chalkboard paint.
DIY Chalkboard Eggs - J Dub By Design™
Once the eggs are dry, using a chalk marker, cover egg with chalk paint.
DIY Chalkboard Eggs - J Dub By Design™
This ensures egg will accept chalk art.
DIY Chalkboard Eggs - J Dub By Design™
Wipe the chalk off with a wet paper towel.
DIY Chalkboard Eggs - J Dub By Design™
Create the art on the egg using different colored chalk markers.
DIY Chalkboard Eggs - J Dub By Design™
Allow one side to dry completely before drawing on the other side.
DIY Chalkboard Eggs - J Dub By Design™
Place pinky finger of your drawing hand on a dry part of the egg to allow more control in drawing.
DIY Chalkboard Eggs - J Dub By Design™
Use a damp Q-tip to clean up around the drawing art.

Drop me a comment below and tell me what DIY’s you create with your kiddos during spring time.

Let me know if you try my DIY Chalkboard Eggs.


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