Stenciling and reverse stenciling are great ways to add a little something extra to your Easter Egg decorating, and here are six colorful examples utilizing various stenciling techniques to inspire you!
Stenciled Eggs with Martha Stewart Paints: Haeley of Design Improvised stenciled paper mache eggs using Martha Stewart paint and stencils. These holiday icon stencils are just the right size for stenciling eggs, and they’re adhesive, making them easier to use on the curved surface of the egg.
Minnie’s Polka-Dot Eggs: Something as simple as little round stickers can produce a cheery pattern like the polka dots found on these pretty pink eggs.
Silhouette Stenciled Easter Eggs Tutorial: These detailed silhouette masks are hand cut onto contact paper and used to reverse stencil decorative wooden eggs.
Easy Easter Egg Designs: This tutorial demonstrates using craft paper punches and clear contact paper to create sticky stencils for your eggs.