Just a few last-minute Easter flowers and other decorative brunch ideas …
Easter Flower Arrangement by Martha Stewart.
How-to: hop over to the florist and get some flowers.
Mix them with some fabric flowers you have.
Style them in a vase together.
Stick to a 2-tone color scheme that’s popular in Spring, such as this yellow and white floral arrangement.
Tip: use your most interesting vase for exciting results.
Quick and Easy Easter Egg Decorations by BHG.com.
Usually when you combine 2 or more craft techniques you get superior results.
Like so with these Easter eggs, which combines simple egg dyes
with slivers of green crepe paper decoupage to resemble grass.
Easter Flower Votive by Better Housekeeping
Real or fabric flowers will do for this craft. Trick is to combine the colors correctly
and to glue on a gingham ribbon around your votive.
For real flowers, put a glass or white containers under the flower.
For faux flowers use a non-transparent container instead.
Angel Food Cake Dessert by Southern Living.
This cake looks a million dollars but can be made within minutes. Really easy,
but looks light and sophisticated.
Decoupage & Dyed Turquoise Eggs by Style at Home.
Another take on egg dyes and decoupage. As you can tell,
if you stick to 1 color scheme, even if you are recycling some old wrapping paper
and let your elementary school kids do the job, it will come out really nice.
There you go. 5 last minute Easter egg ideas.
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Happy Easter everyone!
I’m turning the computer off right now, for 3 days straights.