DIY Floral Egg Centerpiece for Easter
Easter is such a beautiful holiday, because we get to celebrate Spring, and everything coming back to life again. Another part of Easter decorating that I love, the egg! Eggs are so beautiful, and I love to decorate with them above and beyond dipping them in dye and decorating them. This beautiful DIY Floral Egg Centerpiece for Easter celebrates the bright and floral Spring while using beautiful eggs as well.
When using eggs for this project, you have a couple options. You can use fake eggs, which is what I recommend, which you can find online or at the craft supply store. These are great because you don’t have to worry about them breaking or being smelly! The other option is to blow out the eggs, which is the most glamorous thing in the entire world…just kidding! It is the most unattractive, and maybe one of the least fun things I can think of doing. You poke a hole on the top of the egg and the bottom of the egg, use a toothpick to break the yolk, then place your mouth over one hole, and blow the inside of the egg out the other hole. Make sure to rinse the egg thoroughly, and allow it to dry. These two options work better than hardboiled eggs, which I do not recommend doing.
Small vases, or mason jars that will fit inside the basket
Fake, or blown out, eggs
Flowers of any kid to fill the top
Place the vases (or mason jars) into the large wire basket; make sure to add some water into the vases/jars
Fill with the eggs to the top of the vases/jars
Cut the flowers, and place them into the vases/jars
The place more eggs, if you can/need to, to make the basket look full