Friday, January 6, 2017

How to decorate Princess Elsa Easter eggs

Popular Easter egg designs will include those characters from Disney’s hit animated movie, Frozen: Princess Anna, her sister Princess Elsa, Kristoff the outdoorsman, Olaf, Sven the reindeer and Hans the handsome royal. Instead of purchasing the typical and costly Disney Easter egg coloring kit, be unique and decorate your own.

How to decorate Princess Elsa Easter eggsTo make Queen Elsa Easter eggs, supplies needed include:

- Hard boiled eggs
- acrylic paints or markers in blue, brown, black, red and pink colors
Hot glue sticks and hot glue gun
- Black sharpie markers (fine and medium point)

To begin, boil the eggs and let them cool.

To make Elsa’s facial features:

1. Start with Elsa’s hair as this is a large part of the egg. Cover one side with brown paint or marker for the back of her head. Then, draw several slanted lines down the front of the egg forming Elsa’s bangs. To create Elsa’s “braid”, make criss cross X-shaped patterns in the lower brown portion of the egg.

2. Draw two circles somewhat close together near the top portion of the egg. Add a couple semi-circle lines to the sides of the circles to form eyelashes

3. Using red marker or paint, draw a smile for Elsa’s mouth

4. For Elsa’s rosey cheeks, use pink marker or paint to form two smaller circles.

Once Princess Elsa’s hair and facial features are complete, prop Elsa up in a cardboard egg holder or use the caps off of 12-16 oz water bottles as a base.


To decorate Disney Frozen's Olaf the Snowman Easter Eggs, visit How to make Olaf the Snowman Easter eggs.