Posts Tagged ‘decorated easter eggs’
Will you be entertaining this Sunday? Looking for last minute ideas to decorate your Easter eggs with? I’ve rounded up 4 of my favorite floral decorated Easter eggs to dress your table with! Get ready to brighten up your dinner table with touches of spring with these clever and stylish DIY Easter egg ideas…
via CraftBerry Bush
The colors of spring adorn these lovely hand painted easter eggs!
I LOVE the monotones of these soft pink flower decorated eggs. This DIY is so simple and so pretty!
Sweet pink carnations and white baby’s breath are filled in these whimsical illustrated easter eggs.
Single full blooms are so attractive in an egg vase!
For other decorated Easter egg ideas, check out my previous posts:
Last year, I wanted to take a more simpler approach to decorating my easter eggs, so I had created these ‘No Fuss, No Mess, Easter eggs. After creating them, I was thrilled to have found out my decorated eggs (amongst others) were featured on Martha’s Good Eggs: Best Embellished Egg! This year, I used watercolor paint and for added glam, I embellished the eggs with gold foil.
It was pretty tempting to go crazy on using a variety of colors but I kept it simple and chose to paint a pink ombre.
It wasn’t too much of a messy project, I took my hard boiled eggs, used a fine pointed tip paintbrush and just swirled the color around until I got my desired shade of color. After the watercolor dried, I applied these Martha Stewart gilding sheets to finish decorating my eggs.
Clustered together with flowers (I used pink Hyacinthus) creates a pretty display on your easter table. You can also arrange a small arrangement like I did in the pic above, by using a cloche glass dome and place it on your coffee table, your foyer entry table, or any other vignette where you want to display your easter holiday decor!
-Photos and egg decoration by Rose Angel Lopez