All you need is soil, clay and seeds. Roll into balls, let them dry, and pop them into your garden. You could also put them in a little box and give them as a gift for your gardening friend.
Used Everywhere for the full DIY details.
DIY Nest Placecards from The Proper Pinwheel / Floral Eggs from The Hunted Interior / Gold leaf eggs from Little Inspiration / Fringe Bellyband egg from House of Earnest
Glitter easter eggs from The Girl Inspired
In case you’re feeling like making some (more) easter eggs this weekend, the above are my favourite 5 for the year. I must admit, they’re all pretty feminine. I’m all about those soft pretty colours right now.
And in case you want more egg decorating, have you checked out these easter eggs crafts from yours truly? (You might not be able to make the easter egg advent calendar – but confetti filled eggs are fun any time!)
Whatever the plans, sending you amazing weekend wishes full of easter bunny chocolate.
Chat with you on Tuesday!
3 Repeat with desired colours and allow to dry for 1-2 hours.
Happy paint splattering!
I’m a traditionalist when it comes to Easter dining decor – I love using eggs as centrepieces and place cards (like these) and especially love robins egg blue speckled eggs. They’re just so darn pretty.
If you’re looking for a menu to place on your table, you can print off this menu I created last year. Throw that on the plate with some beautifully styled eggs in the middle and you’re done!