Hello lovelies,

I can't stop inspiration nor time so I just went with it. I had a sudden urge to create more Easter eggs and I thought it would be such a shame not to share it with you. These are the last, I PROMISE! Then it will go back to nails ;)

After I finished the dotted eggs, I had an idea to use the alcohol inks that I bought for marble nail art and I loved the effect! You can combine any colours you want or even use one colour and just do different shades of it. After the marbling it felt like there's something missing so I painted cracks, dots and precious stone patterns on the eggs to give them that extra spark.

Tutorial: Marbled Easter Eggs with Gold Accents



And of course I filmed the whole process for you so you can see how exactly I did all three of them!






I LOVE various crafts and if I had more time I would do a lot more. What did you think of this tutorial? Liked it? Disliked it? Either way let me know, I love reading all your comments and when I can I respond.


Have a happy rest of Easter Monday/Seder (if you celebrate it) and see you soon! Lucie x


EDIT: I meant to post this midday but the video took staggering 8,5 hours(!!!) to upload. I'm no quitter so I'm posting it anyway ;p


Hello lovelies!


Excuse my absence, I haven't been very productive and energetic in the past few weeks. Hopefully that will change soon.


As every year, I spend a little bit of time painting Easter eggs. This year I have been inspired by the very talented Elspeth McLean, an Australian artist who takes dotillism to another level.


So today I want to show you three dotted Easter eggs I did and there's a tutorial (well more of a video recording the process) for each of them!


Easter Crafting: How To Create Dotted Easter Eggs



All eggs were decorated using acrylic paints, dotting tools and a small brush. I considered using nail polish but it would make the job much harder since it dries so fast. A drop of acrylic paint stayed wet for the whole time I was decorating.


Easter Crafting: How To Create Dotted Easter Eggs



This first egg is inspired by the colourful painted stones Elspeth does and it's also my favourite of all three!


And now the promised tutorial:




Easter Crafting: How To Create Dotted Easter Eggs



For this pattern I've used colours that are usually used in Czech folklore art including painted Easter eggs...


How I did it:




Easter Crafting: How To Create Dotted Easter Eggs



And this last one was an experiment with acrylic paints that I've never used but I probably won't use again because they are not very opaque and dry glossy and uneven. I still like the egg though ;)


Here's how I did it:




I hope you've enjoyed this post and maybe it will inspire you to decorate your own Easter eggs! Sorry it's not nails but there are more things I like in this world apart from nails :) If you would like to see my previous Easter adventures, you can see it here and here.


Have a nice Easter break and let me know what you think of my Easter eggs! Lucie x