Who else is having a hard time believing it’s the last day of March!? Time flies when you’re having fun… or when you’re super busy!
Is your home looking springy yet? I don’ t decorate for Spring/Easter a ton but I have done a few little things like my Spring Vignette for my new coffee table my husband built. And then I also made some Spring centerpieces! And now these…
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I’ve been seeing pretty eggs all over Pinterest and am loving how they bring a natural feel inside! They were very easy to make!
Here’s what you’ll need:
- 1 package styrofoam eggs
- 1 Craft Smart Robin Egg Blue paint
- 1 Craft Smart Chocolate Brown paint
- thin paint brush
The first step was painting the eggs Robin Egg Blue (you can use any color or even an assortment of colors but I love the color of a robin’s eggs and thought I’d like mine to look as real as possible!) Allow them to dry; this won’t take long at all. I then wanted to give the eggs a speckled look and used a couple different methods to achieve this. I used my paint brush to “flick” paint at the egg… this is a bit tricky as sometimes it went on in streaks. Practice first on scrap paper. I also used a straw to “flick” the paint and it worked well too. I also used a toothpick and after dabbing it in paint, I dabbed it on the egg, giving it more speckles. Allow time to dry and you’re done!
Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope you all have a lovely week… I have an exciting little (not so little!!) venture that I’ll be starting here on my blog on Thursday! Can’t wait to share all the details with you… be sure to stop by and see!
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