It’s time to be thinking about Easter! And Easter reminds me of… eggs! And I have a “thing” for easter eggs! They are so much fun to dye and to decorate with. So today, I want to inspire you to think about gorgeous Easter eggs. I’m sharing a couple natural ways to beautifully dye eggs and a really fun, easy way to decorate eggs using torn tissue napkins. If you love vignettes and tablescapes you can also see those too! Today is an Easter Egg-stravaganza, here at StoneGable!
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Let’s talk Easter Egg Egg-stravaganza!
If you like eggs you will love this table. There are eggs in nests and eggs as a centerpiece. This is such a pretty and light table! I bet you can find lots of ideas to use on your Easter table here!
I make these gorgeous dyed onion skin eggs every year! They are a part of our family tradition. I made them with my grandmother and I’m sure she made them with her’s. The gorgeous variegated orange colors and swirls the onion skins create on each individual eggs are like little works of art!
One of my favorite things to decorate is my breakfast nook table. And every spring I try to create something new. The colorful green, white and blue eggs are made out of torn napkin tissue. You can read about the technique below.
Creating a kitchen vignette is such an easy way to bring the season to your home!
Aren’t these just the sweetest? And how pretty would they look gracing your Easter table? Come see just how easy they are to make. When you are finished with them indoors just crack the egg in your palm and plant it right into the ground!
Aren’t these so so pretty? Even if you are not crafty you can make them. I used blown out real eggs and covered them with torn out areas of a napkin. Just think of all the charming eggs you could make. You are only limited by the designs on the napkins you find!
Another vignette to inspire you. There is something about this creamsicle colored vignette I love! It’s so happy and bright! Why don’t you gather up some same colored items to make an Egg-elent vignette!
Have you ever tried to dye Easter eggs using food? These gorgeous blue eggs were dyed with red cabbage. Yup! These eggs were so easy to dye and I think they are the most beautiful eggs I have every made! My family loved them!
Another vignette with eggs. What can I say? It just wouldn’t be spring and Easter around here without an egg filled vignette on the kitchen table!
This little arrangement took only minutes to put together! I made two and used them as a centerpiece for my Easter table! They are such a breath of fresh spring air!!!! You CAN do this!
I hope one of these egg-specially springlike egg projects have inspired you!!!! It’s not too early to start planning for Easter!
Do you have a special way you use Easter eggs in home decor? I’d love you to share!
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