I love painting these wooden Easter Eggs...so much so that I never want to sell them. I just keep adding to my Easter basket! They are fun to paint. First I paint a wooden egg black. When it is dry I use a pencil and draw on my design. I like to look at quilt patterns for ideas. Don't worry if you make a mistake you can just paint over it and start again! Once I have decided on a design and have it drawn onto the egg it is time to start painting. I like to pick out three or four colors that I think look good together and start filling in the design on the egg. Once I have painted the design on the entire egg I go back over it and outline everything with paint. I usually use black, but depending on what I have painted I might use another color. After the egg is good and dry it is time to seal it. I use a liquid clear gloss sealer and brush it on with a foam brush. Give it a try...it is addicting!