I took some paper mache eggs I had lying around from a couple of years ago took some good ole’ primer and painted ’em white ( I know, I know of all colors, lol). They were your stereo-typical Easter colors, but I needed a little switch up. So a coat or two of primer later I had a nice base to work with. I took a couple of different sized sharpies (fine, regular and large) and went to town. I decided to dedicate a different egg to a different one of my Pinterest boards: Addicted to Stripes, Addicted to Crosses and Addicted to Spots. They’re resting on a bed of moss in one of my favorite vintage hobnail dishes.
I also used a fun little strawberry plant that we got a Lowe’s to add a little dimension to my store-bought flowers. And a table-scape wouldn’t be complete with out a candle now would it? I put it in the base of my tagine, because it went with my black and white hipster theme 😉 And to fill out the space I added a small boxwood wreath.
And there you have it easy-peasy spring decor! Well, except for the drawing part, that was kind of hard 😉 Hope you have a great Easter weekend!
This post was brought to you by the Lowe’s Creative Ideas Network, which I’m so happy to be a part of along with a crew of other really creative bloggers, you can check out all of our fun projects on the Lowe’s Creative Ideas Blog. As a part of the LCI Network, I’ve received compensation in the form of Lowe’s credit to help with my projects above.