How to Draw Easter Egg Step by Step – For Kids & Beginners
Today’s tutorial will teach you how to draw an Easter egg for kids and beginners, as well as how to draw bright, fancy decorative easter eggs. The tradition of the Easter basket began in Poland in the seventh century, and it is now followed worldwide. This basket is filled with napkins and food, and it is carried to the church for blessings before being brought home.
How to draw an Easter egg
Step 1: Draw three eggs using a teardrop shape or the proper egg shape as shown below. Step 2: Decorate each egg as follows: for the first egg, draw many curved and wavy lines; for the second egg, draw a zig-zag line and then a pair of wavy lines; and for the third egg, draw a number of parallel curved lines. Step 3: For the first egg, draw flowers in between two lines.
How to draw an Easter Basket
Step 1: To draw an Easter basket, begin by drawing an oval for the opening. Step 2: Below this oval, draw another curved line or half oval that runs from one end to the other end of the oval. Step 3: Finally, draw a line in a downward direction from both ends of the drawn shape, enclosing it with a flat line.
Step by step easter drawing:
Many people organize easter hunts in which children run after baskets or dig in the ground for hidden eggs. This tutorial contains a variety of easter drawing tutorials from which you can choose at your leisure.
What is the egg shape?
The three-dimensional version of an oval is called an ovoid. An oval (from Latin ovum ‘egg’) is a closed curve in a plane that resembles the outline of an egg. In common English, the term is used in a broader sense: any shape that resembles an egg.
How do you paint Easter eggs?
In a heatproof bowl, cup, or jar deep enough to let you submerge an egg completely, mix one teaspoon of vinegar and 20 drops of food coloring (use more to intensify color) in one cup of hot water. To create different tints, vary the dipping time. Using tongs makes handling the eggs easy.
How do you make Easter eggs without real eggs?
Swirl a paintbrush, toothpick, or fork through the shaving cream, then place the egg cutouts on top. Press gently, and you’ll have lovely two-dimensional decorations to hang around the house.
What can I use instead of plastic eggs?
If you’re having an indoor Easter egg hunt, use biodegradable paper eggs or wooden eggs, which are more expensive but reusable.
How do you decorate Easter eggs?
To make the dye, combine 1 teaspoon vinegar and 1/4 teaspoon food coloring in 3/4 cup water. Use a different cup for each dye, and make sure there is enough water in the cup to cover an entire egg.