Easter Egg-stravaganza

 

It’s spring, when a mother’s fancy lightly turns to how the heck are we going to decorate eggs to put around our Easter tree THIS year.

Here’s a selection of egg decorating options from my ‘Celebrations’ Pinterest board.  I haven’t yet consulted the Minx on this weighty matter though.

neon-eggs

From Martha Stewart.  I think I’d be making these if I’d got the neon thread in time.

 

floral-easter-eggs

 

From Stylizimo. There are loads more egg decorating ideas on this gorgeous blog, but there’s no way the Minx and I could do anything this detailed and beautiful.

 

chalkboard-eggs

 

 

From Home Made Simple. Not entirely sure I can convince the Minx of the intrinsic chicness of black eggs.

 

string-eggs

From Crafty Endeavour. Starched embroidery floss eggs formed around mini-balloons. Not sure the Minx (or I) have the patience for these.

 

polka-dot-eggs

 

From Better Homes and Gardens.  These could be a contender.  They fit right in with the polka dot trend and all you need is a hole punch, some double-sided tape and some glitter.

 

pink-gold-eggs

From Fabulous K. I think these might be my favourites, if I can get the right paints together in time.

And now I’m eggs-hausted.  If you’ll eggs-cuse me.

   
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  1. says

    LOVE the polka dot eggs particulalry – but I must say the black ones also took my eye! Thanks for sharing – I did my blog this week about my antique eggs (I made these with my mom when I was young – guess I”m officially old now!) and a nest idea I got from the March/April Cloth/Paper/Scissors – maybe you and the Minx would like to make a nest, too???

  2. says

    Have you seen the eggs that are “dyed” using old silk neckties? So lovely I’ve been tempted to see how that technique would work on our girls’ brown eggs.

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