DIY Pastel Painted Eggs for Easter

On 28 Mar, 2013 With 1 Comment

Sometimes the best holiday decor is the simplest.   While I don’t decorate for every holiday on the calendar, at Easter I love to incorporate a simple touch on my table or mantel.

This year I had a dozen wooden eggs just calling my name.  You can find these at any craft or hobby store.  For mine,  I was thinking a little spring color and a little typography would be just the thing for these sweet little eggs.

I mixed up some pastel colors using off white chalk paint and several bright chalk paint samples.

Once I had the colors I wanted, I used foam brushes to paint each egg.  I did three eggs in each of the four colors.

Once they were dry, I pulled out my alphabet stamps and stamp pad and got to work.

I stamped each message on a set of 3 eggs, so now I have a set of each for my own decor and a set of each to give as gifts!  The imperfections in the stamping add a personal touch.

These are so sweet nestled into some grass.  You can pick up faux grass at your local hobby store and tuck it into a container.  If you’re really ambitious you can grow your own grass in a pretty container!

Add a little moss in a dish or shallow bowl to create a nest and tuck in your eggs, making sure your stamped message shows.  If your eggs are flat on the bottom,  you could stand them up, too.

You can find more spring decorating inspiration at Decor & More.  Enjoy and Happy Easter to you and yours!

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