DIY SIMPLE ABSTRACT EASTER EGGS

Sometimes when you are absolutely stuck with no time, simple is what’s best. Last week I created some pretty detailed abstract Easter eggs. This week, I’m keeping it simple and I’m going to show you one that you can do in 15 minutes or less. Don’t believe me? Learn how to create DIY simple abstract Easter eggs in this tutorial.

DIY simple abstract easter eggs - Zakkiya Hamza| Inkstruck Studio

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Materials for the simple abstract Easter eggs are:-


DIY simple abstract easter eggs - Zakkiya Hamza| Inkstruck Studio

DIY simple abstract easter eggs - Zakkiya Hamza| Inkstruck Studio

I always prep my eggs before I use them to paint. You can read about how I do it by looking through this Easter egg tutorial.

Take any two colors of your choice. I used “salmon”and “metallic mint green” from the HobbyLine colors I have. All you need to do is paint random stroke with both the colors around the egg.

DIY simple abstract easter eggs - Zakkiya Hamza| Inkstruck Studio

DIY simple abstract easter eggs - Zakkiya Hamza| Inkstruck Studio

For the pink abstract Easter egg, I painted random strokes and allowed it to dry. After the paint dries, do a dry brush stroke with white gouache over it.

DIY simple abstract easter eggs - Zakkiya Hamza| Inkstruck Studio

I also added a tad bit of copper gouache and created brush stokes by dragging the already painted pink strokes. Don’t worry if it looks a bit crowded because adding white will balance it out.

DIY simple abstract easter eggs - Zakkiya Hamza| Inkstruck Studio

Wait for the paint to  dry. Then do a dry brush stroke of white on top of the pinks. Dry brush means to avoid adding any water to the pigment. And that’s it. How simple were these abstract Easter eggs?

DIY simple abstract easter eggs - Zakkiya Hamza| Inkstruck Studio

DIY simple abstract easter eggs - Zakkiya Hamza| Inkstruck Studio

Loved these? Check out these other fun easter egg art I created

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What do you think?

What is your favorite thing to do for Easter? Do you love decorating eggs or do you follow any other traditions? Let’s have a little chat party in the comment section below. I love hearing from you always.  🙂

Thanks for sticking around. Cheers to an awesome weekend.

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About zakkiya hamza @ inkstruck

Zakkiya is the creative blogger and founder of Inkstruck Studio. She’s a self taught artist who let go of her architecture profession to pursue her passion in art. Zakkiya likes to write detailed tutorials in watercolor, calligraphy, and hand lettering. She also teaches watercolor workshops occasionally in Doha where she’s based currently. Other passions include traveling, photography, and basketball.When she’s not working, you can find her cuddling and running around with her toddler boy.

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