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DIY Robin Blue Painted Easter Eggs

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DIY Robin Blue Painted Easter Eggs - via BirdsParty.com

I (Mindy) love Easter. Maybe its the pastel colors or the abundance of candy and chocolate. Either way I love to decorate, entertain and eat too much around this holiday...

This beautiful yet easy DIY table decor would be perfect for your Easter brunch or party table or decor around the home this time of year!
DIY Robin Blue Painted Easter Eggs - via BirdsParty.com

DIY Robin Blue Painted Easter Eggs - via BirdsParty.com

Take dry grass {this was from my front yard garden}and wrap it in a circle in a large bowl. spray the grass with water until moist leave overnight to dry. when you remove the grass it will maintain the circle shape.

Note: could you try to make this nest without these steps? sure. but i tried. i wrestled with that dang grass until i was ready to quit! this was my solution and it worked great and has maintained its shape for the last 3 weeks.

DIY Robin Blue Painted Easter Eggs - via BirdsParty.com

Buy wooden eggs. I found these here and i thought they were a great deal and she shipped them quickly and was great to work with.

DIY Robin Blue Painted Easter Eggs - via BirdsParty.com
DIY Robin Blue Painted Easter Eggs - via BirdsParty.com

DIY Robin Blue Painted Easter Eggs

How to paint:

-i used Martha's paint for the base blue - "surf", yellow - "couscous", green - 50/50 mix of the two
- i used METALLIC brown {any random brand} for the speckles
- use a toothbrush to speckle and spatter the brown paint
{PS - this is kinda messy.}

DIY Robin Blue Painted Easter Eggs - via BirdsParty.com

DIY Robin Blue Painted Easter Eggs - via BirdsParty.com

I may have gotten a little carried away with taking pictures of this. But I just thought it was so pretty!!

Party credits:

Tutorial and photos: Creative Juice

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6 comments

  1. Lindos ovos pintados! Também amei seus tons pastéis!!

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  2. Very nice! Love all the pictures, the more the better!

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  3. very beautiful,and I like that you can pull it out again year after year! like the soft colors.

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  4. Muito lindos e delicados, pena que não deve ser fácil encontrar ovos de madeira por aqui!
    Beijos!

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  5. Just wanted to tell you how much I love your Easter display! Brilliant idea to use the grass from the yard. I'm pinning this under "Why didn't I think of that?" LOL!

    blessings,
    karianne

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