It’s no secret that I absolutely love gold leaf. It’s pretty and makes everything look better! That’s why I had to try some gold leaf on my Easter eggs. I made a simple design on white eggs to really make the gold leaf pop. I love how they turned out! Simple and sophisticated. Read More »
Sometimes the simplest things are the prettiest. These Easter bunny eggs are super simple to make but will look so cute on your table! The ears are made with a printable that you can download below. This would also be a great craft to do with kids. Let them draw the faces of the bunnies! Read More »
When I thought about what to do with this years Easter eggs I knew I wanted to try a doodle Easter egg. It’s fun, easy and looks really cool. You don’t really have to be a great drawer to make these. With just a few tips and tricks everyone can make a doodle Easter egg. Or anything ells filled with doodles for that matter.
What you need for doodle Easter eggs
– Permanent marker
– Blown out or hard boiled eggs
How to make doodle Easter eggs
Doodling really isn’t hard to do, even if you are not a great drawer. Here are a few tips to create great looking doodle Easter eggs:
1. Choose two or three basic shapes. As you can see my egg is mainly filled with the image of one flower and a leaf repeated all over the egg. If you choose just a few basic shapes your design will get a consistent look.
2. Fill up the egg enthirely with the basic shapes. Don’t worry about holes just yet.
3. Now tackle the holes in your design. Again; just choose one or two ways to fill the openings. I doodled swirls and dots. In the end your egg will have just 4 or 5 different shapes drawn on it. This gives a consistent but really pretty look!
I really like vintage or vintage style stuff. So for my Easter eggs I wanted to do something that would go perfectly with the things I already own and have on display in my home. These little mustache men eggs are loosely inspired on pictures of vintage wrestlers (like the one below). I love the mustaches!
In my Easter egg compilation yesterday I promised you to make new Easter egg projects this year. This is the first one I want to share with you. These cute Easter bunny egg cozies are perfect for an Easter brunch. They keep your eggs nice and warm! Best thing? You don’t have to sew anything! You do have to do a little bit of embroidery, but everything else is glued in place. A fast and easy Easter DIY project that you can keep and use for years to come.
Learn how to make these cute Easter bunny egg cozies after the jump. . . Read More »
I love to create different Easter egg projects each year. I searched trough my archives and I found these three lovely ideas from earlier years. Of course there will be new Easter egg diy projects this year but I wanted to really get in the mood with some projects I already made.
1. This Decoupage Easter Egg diy project was made with napkins I got from my little brother when he was just five years old. He just turned 12 but I still love the print! This is my absolute favorite Easter egg diy project!
2. Someone asked me if I knew ho to decoupage a picture on an egg. Well I figured it out and made a diy tutorial out of it that you can find here.
I thought it would be a great idea to make a pouch for Easter. It is great as a gift bag with chocolate or candy eggs inside! It’s also great for kids to carry around while searching for hidden eggs. I made this from one of the vintage fabrics that I bought yesterday. It’s a very easy thing to make and your guest will love this cute Easter bunny pouch as a gift bag!
Learn how to make this Easter bunny pouch in an easy step by step tutorial after the jump. . .Read More »