Eggcelent Thoughts

I love a good egg pun, don't you??  Today's eggstra special post is all about decorating with Easter eggs.
Our Easter-decorating mentality is pretty simple; throw a few eggs here and there and call it a day. Okay, not quite that quick, although I have to say I decorated for Easter in about 20 minutes...
In the spirit of working-with-what-you-have, I arranged similarly hued eggs in moss to create a centerpiece for our coffee table. The round wooden dish is a cheap-o IKEA purchase from last fall and the white platter is there simply because it doesn't fit easily into our cabinets; but I like the look, so it stays!
The next thing  I did was put up our Spring wreath that I made several years ago.

Here is our cake plate centerpiece, in case you missed it:
That's about all the egg-o-centric  decor in our home. However, if you are looking for something with a slightly higher degree of difficulty, here's several pictures from Easter, circa 2008.
I saw this idea in a Martha magazine and decided to replicate it. To create this look, My trusty sidekicks and I dyed eggs in various hues of the same color by keeping each egg in the dye for a different amount of time. Next, I actually dyed raffia to match the eggs, using a big pot and the same egg dye.
I arranged groups of eggs on white ceramic cake plates, bowls, platters and anything else I could find! As you can imagine, this took a lot of time and effort, but the results were really beautiful.

10 points to the lucky reader that can find all the rotten (egg) jokes in this post! 

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  1. Decortoadore.blogspot.comApril 11, 2011 at 7:54 PM

    Adorable. Creative. Genius.

    I am having a spring craft linky party and giveaway on my blog this Friday. I would love for you to showcase this wonderful project.

    Details are on my blog today.

    Your comment is awaiting moderation.

  2. Did you purchase the faux chocolate eggs for your spring wreath>

  3. Yes I purchased the "swirly-looking" ones and painted the plain ones and dotted one. Unfortunately, I made the wreath several years so I don't remember where I got them from!

  4. It is so adorable! Thanks for taking the time to respond.


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