Signs of Easter

April 22, 2011 § Leave a comment

Mr. E and I don’t decorate for Easter. That doesn’t stop me from enjoying the various crafts and decor images out there. Here are a few that I love.

The creative gals at Norske interiørblogger made an Easter table with an egg carton, flowers (I think I see snow drops and heather), and candles placed in egg shells:

Table for Easter

Norske interiørblogger.

From the same post: a hanging eggshell ornament with a rabbit.

Easter egg ornament

Norske interiørblogger.

If I understand the Norwegian, the rose color on the egg was achieved with food coloring, but you can also get similar results by boiling the eggs with with red onion, rose hip, or red cabbage.

Lindsay made easter “eggs” from rocks and paint:

Rocks painted like Easter eggs

Aubrey and Lindsay.

Aren’t they fun!

These embroidered Easter eggs from design*sponge just blow my mind!

Embroidered egg shells

Brett Bara at design*sponge.

Paper napkin decoupage eggs a la Martha Stewart:

Easter eggs in baskets

Martha Stewart.

Found via Fresh Nest Design.

Another take on modgepodged eggs comes from Nike at Choose to Thrive:

Easter eggs with tissue paper

Nike at Choose to Thrive.

Susan Petersen at Freshly Picked has some lovely wheatgrass ideas:

Easter wheatgrass and peeps

Susan Petersen.

Easter wheatgrass and bunting

Susan Petersen.

And just because it’s the bunny season, a rabbit-shaped climbing(?) toy from Studio Ditte:

Rabbit climbing toy

Studio Ditte.

Found via Bloesem blog.

Happy Easter!


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