DIY – Mustache men eggs for Easter

DIY - Mustach men eggs for Easter

I really like vintage or vintage style stuff. So for my Easter eggs I wanted to do something that would go perfectly with the things I already own and have on display in my home. These little mustache men eggs are loosely inspired on pictures of vintage wrestlers (like the one below). I love the mustaches!

DIY - Mustache men eggs for Easter (inspired by vintage wrestler pictures)

What do you need for Mustache men Easter eggs

– Hard boiled or blown out eggs
– Watercolor paint
– Permanent marker

DIY - Mustache men eggs for Easter (inspired by vintage wrestler pictures)

How to make these cute vintage style mustache men Easter eggs

Paint stripes around the bottom half of your egg with watercolor paint. When the paint is completely dry you can use your permanent marker to draw on the faces of the mustache men. If you don’t trust yourself to do it right the first time, you can use a pencil to draw the face on first. Be careful if you have to use an eraser though; you don’t want to break the egg!

DIY - Mustache men eggs for Easter (inspired by vintage wrestler pictures)

Wouldn’t these men look perfect on your Easter brunch table? I might make these again when we have our brunch! XO Wilma

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    doro von Hand zu Hand
    April 2, 2014 at 5:37 am

    pretty cool!! 🙂

    thanks for sharing your tutorial! i set a link and hope you agree.

    best wishes, doro von Hand zu Hand

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    danielle @ this picture book life
    April 7, 2014 at 6:52 pm

    These are the best eggs ever! So much fun.

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    April 14, 2014 at 9:34 am

    so cute!! Thank you!!!

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    November 23, 2014 at 12:53 pm

    too fun ! thanks for sharing ! i posted the link here :âques-diy-inspirations-et-jolies-choses/

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    April 6, 2015 at 6:02 pm

    Really cute idea. I crafted a couple for my grandson’s Easter basket. Have photo if you are interested to see.

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