I was happy with how these turned out but found this DIY to be the most difficult, and I also forgot a piece when I was putting them together. Oh well.
6faux eggs (I used styrofoam white onesfrom my local AC Moore
jars of brown and white acrylic paintfrom my local Michael's
1piece of green tissue paperfrom my local Michael's
paint pens - gold/brown and redfrom my local Michael's
2checkered hand towelsfrom my local Hobby Lobby
bowlfrom my kitchen
wood digital background (optional)from 123rf.com
digital fries box & condiments (optional)from creativemarket.com
This is a picture of all the supplies I used for this DIY
Mix together the brown and white paints until you get a tan color, something that looks like the color of a burger. The most time-consuming part of this DIY was that I started with white styrofoam eggs, and painted them with acrylic paint which takes a number of coats to cover. You could just start with a real (blown-out) eggshell and have an easier time of it.
With a red paint pen, paint a rim of red (for ketchup) around the center of each egg.
Just under the red ketchup line, use a gold/brown paint pen to draw a rim just under it.
I completely forgot to add yellow triangles for the 'cheese.' I should have cut 3 tiny triangles out of yellow paper and glued them on the egg just above the red line, spaced evenly apart.
Tear skinny strips of green tissue paper (lettuce). Glue each piece to the egg, above the red line, 'ruffling' the paper as you go.
Using a white paint pen, paint little circles (sesame seeds) on each egg above the green strip.
Stage the eggs in a basket covered with a red checkered tissue or cloth.