The girls knew exactly what to do and even selected their own paints. Of course, the glitter paints were top choice!
And, as always with spin art, the results were varied and beautiful!
I love this sunny one! Gorgeous.
As usual when we get the salad spinner out, we can’t stop! So we made zillions between us!
A few times the eggs flew off their central position and ended up stuck to the inside of the basket. Those were some of my favourites!
Once they were all dry I sewed through the tops using a needle and thread, securing the thread behind each with a piece of tape so that they wouldn’t slip.
They look pretty hanging in the window and the girls keep pointing them out and telling us that they made them 🙂
These would also look fabulous stuck to the front of an Easter card.
- creativity: explore a range of media in two and three dimensions, experiment with colour mixing
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They are gorgeous! I saved the one that haas 8 eggs in it for my desktop picture–hope that was OK! Great spinning-guys!
These are great!
Hobbsy's House says
What a fantastic idea, definitely one I shall be doing with my kids and mindees over Easter. Thanks!
This is fantastic! The eggs turned out so beautiful!!! We will definitely have to try this!! Hmm, I’m going to have to get a salad spinner stat! 🙂
Melissa @ The Chocolate Muffin Tree says
These turned out great! YOu know how we love spin art!
Beautiful. I hope you don’t mind, I pinned it.
What a fun idea! I need to find an old salad spinner so we can play too!
egg spin art
Cerys @ Rainy Day Mum says
I love this – we still haven’t done any spin art and I think J may finally appreciate it and T will love the sound the salad spinner makes so I’m going to try
School Sparks Renee says
Wow! How neat to use a salad spinner that way. Great idea! Renee
Debs- Learn with Play @ home says
I love the pictures! Still need to buy an extra salad spinner in order to give this a try. Not too keen on using our current kitchen one. I’m picturing pink and purple lettuce.. probably won’t work, lol. Debs
Made these this morning. So easy and lots of fun. My 4 yr loved seeing the results after a really fast spin! They look fantastic and I’m going to hang them as bunting tonight as a surprise for the morning. Thanks for the great idea 🙂
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Lori @ Cachey Mama’s Classroom
Absolutely lovely. This technique could be used to decorate cards,stationary etc. Nice.
I wonder what an alternative to spinning could be!?