Easter Face painting How to face paint Easter Eggs and flowers - step-by-step Follow our easy guide in pictures to help you create an Easter-style face in minutes 1 of Ad break Step 1 - paint the main shapesYou'll need: Yellow, pale green, pale blue, white and black face paints What to do: With yellow paint on a medium brush, paint 6 petal shapes on your child's forehead. Repeat this to create a smaller flower next to it and on one of your child's cheeks. With the same yellow, paint an oval egg shape on the opposite cheek. Using pale green, paint a smaller egg shape to one side of the yellow egg, and with pale blue paint another egg shape on the other side of the yellow egg. You can decorate these Easter eggs with pastel shades in dots and lines, or get creative! Step 2 - Add grass effect and outlines Create a grass effect with pale green paint by painting a couple of short and quick flicks under the egg shapes. Next, take white and black paint and outline the flower and egg shapes, shadowing the grass and creating swirly lines by the flowers. Don't miss our step-by-step instructions on: Easter Bunny face painting Easter chick face painting See more face-painting ideas on Snazaroo's website. By Jessica Gibb Comments Latest on MadeForMums Mum's warning after daughter's hat caught on slide almost strangles her Why pregnant Natalie Portman skipped the Oscars Mum becomes pregnant with twins SIX WEEKS after giving birth Do you know how to do the car seat pinch test?