Cranberry Lane Studio - Susan Reiter, Artist

DIY Kit of Wooden Easter Eggs , a Necklace and a Box


This is a fun DIY project for any age. Great for kids or Seniors in a Nursing Home.

Paint your own Wooden Easter Eggs in various sizes. ....large, medium, small and tiny. Add your own design and colours to make these your own. You can also paint a small wooden box to store your eggs in till next year or to use it as a display box.  Thinking of Chocolate? Yep. You can also use the box as a candy box. 
Paint your own necklace. The sample one has a baby lamb painted, but yours could be dots or lines or squiggles. Why not decorate the box as well. 
Lots of hours of fun and creativity. 
Included in the kit is parchment paper, so the painted egg won’t stick to the table. 
Palette paper for the paint. 
paper towel for the water on the brush.


6 paint bottles as well as some black and white paint. 
Wooden box.

Plastic container for storage. 
Large, medium, small and tiny wooden egg. 
1 wooden egg for the necklace. 
cord for the necklace. 
Easter crinkle paper for the box. 
Container of varnish for the finished project. 
Various patterns for the eggs. 
Instructions and tips. 

The only item missing is the water. A plastic container is required to store the water for washing the paint from the brush.

There are 7 kits available at $25.00.each. 

Because Easter is right around the corner, door to door pick up in Kanata is available immediately. 



A note from Ottawa Artisans: Please note that the vendor will contact you directly after payment to discuss your choice of local pick-up/drop-off or shipping (not included unless specified).