:: Easter Crafts:: Natural Eggs Decoration ::
Decorating with Easter eggs is akin to decorating Easter eggs, however, the main benefit of the difference is that you get to eat the eggs. This year, rather than hand-painted eggs, our Easter brunch table will feature simple, real eggs. As we buy our organic eggs straight from the farm, I am happier with this than wasting them in the name of artful decoration.
Today, I’ve been doing some ‘Easter tablescaping’- experiments, and placed my eggs in a cozy nest of feathers. I re-purposed an old boa, which was just perfect for this job.
It looked a bit too bland, but then I realized that it’s possible to keep the eggs edible when I’d decorate them with some Foam Self-Adhesive Flower Shapes.
Easter Table Settings
Then, each table place holder will have a small, pastel-colored dessert cup (we picked these ones up in the South of France) filled with some forest moss, a twig of Spring blossom as a Spring-themed holder for his/her hard-boiled egg.
I like this idea of natural, easy living, with a dash of whimsy.
Easter Decorating & Craft Ideas
Sculpted Easter Eggs
Knitted Easter Eggs – Free Pattern
Fabric Easter Eggs – Free Pattern
Chalkboard Easter Egg
Pink / Yellow Color Combi
Spring Paper Topiary tutorial
Original Easter Decor Ideas
Easter Egg Coloring Pages
Difficult Coloring Pages: Mandala with Easter Eggs and Butterflies