32 In Spring

Easy Feather Easter Eggs

With the weather being in the mid twenties C this week here, thinking about Easter decor felt just right! So after ordering these cute feathers  [Please note, that this post contains affiliate links, for more info please also read my disclosure.] I got started with these easy feather easter eggs! 

 

Easy Feather Easter Eggs

First I started by blowing out 4 eggs. In case you’ve never tried this, it’s very easy and the only thing you do is poke a small hole into the top and bottom of the egg and blow out the inside. I left the top hole small and made the bottom one a bit bigger, since you won’t see that one later anyways. 

Easy Feather Easter Eggs kreativk.net

I wanted the eggs to be white, but had only brown ones in the fridge, so I just painted them white after they were all ready and empty. And while the paint was on and still fresh, I stuck on the feathers.

Easy Feather Easter Eggs kreativk.net

A bit messy, but really easy! I then stuck them on a little kebap stick to be able to hold them better, and painted the rest of the egg white.

Easy Feather Easter Eggs kreativk.net

And because I don’t want to hang them on a branch, I used 4 little terracotta pots that I had at home and were painted white as well. 

Easy Feather Easter Eggs kreativk.net

I filled them with white wood chips I found the other day at my local craft store.

Easy Feather Easter Eggs kreativk.net

Then I added some book page strips I had from last year when I used them for these Easter Nest Jars.

Easy Feather Easter Eggs kreativk.net

And voila! The little nests are perfect for the Easy Feather Easter Eggs!

Easy Feather Easter Eggs kreativk.net

 

Easy Feather Easter Eggs kreativk.net

 

Easy Feather Easter Eggs kreativk.net

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Easy Feather Easter Eggs kreativk.net

 

So, how do you like these little eggs for Easter?? They could be part of a table setting or centerpiece and look really rustic, right? 

Thank you for stopping by the blog, have a great day!

 

 

 

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  • Beverly
    22/03/2017 at 02:47

    Katrin, these are beautiful. Gloria loves using feathers in her decor. She’s going to love these. Thanks for sharing at Snickerdoodle. Pinning.

  • Melanie - Bellenza
    21/03/2017 at 21:05

    Looks like a lot of fun to make!

  • Emily
    18/03/2017 at 22:00

    Katrin, these are gorgeous! And such a unique idea – I love them 🙂 Thanks for linking up with Merry Monday this week.

    • Katrin
      19/03/2017 at 08:10

      Thank you so much Emily!

  • Erlene Amat
    18/03/2017 at 20:37

    Such a simple idea to decorate for Easter without all the bright colors. Thanks for sharing on Merry Monday.

  • Sam @ Raggedy Bits
    18/03/2017 at 08:30

    You never cease to amaze me with your cleverness Katrin! I just love these sweet eggs to bits. Super cute how you have distressed them and then added the shredded book pages!!

    • Katrin
      19/03/2017 at 08:12

      Thanks so much Sam !!!

  • Sandra Garth
    17/03/2017 at 21:18

    Very pretty, and they look like something you’d find in Pottery Barn. Thank you for sharing with us this week at Celebrate Your Story, have a great weekend.

    • Katrin
      17/03/2017 at 21:38

      Thanks so much Sandra!!

  • Tania
    17/03/2017 at 15:17

    These are so cute! I’ve never tried blowing out eggs but I may have to give it a shot!

    Tania

    • Katrin
      17/03/2017 at 21:20

      Thanks Tania, it’s quite easy actually!!!

  • Julie
    16/03/2017 at 08:47

    That’s so pretty, i have some of those feathers too, I’m sure my daughter had them for a school project and we had loads left over. what a clever idea. #Iampinnable

    • Katrin
      17/03/2017 at 07:06

      Thanks Julie!!!

  • STEPHANIE ABBOTT
    15/03/2017 at 12:57

    That egg in those pots…adorable!

  • Laurie
    14/03/2017 at 18:34

    Very pretty eggs! And I love how you chose to display them. Thanks for sharing with us at Brag About It! Pinned to share.
    Have a wonderful rest of the week Kartrin!

    • Katrin
      14/03/2017 at 19:46

      Thank you Laurie!!

  • Linda Nelson
    14/03/2017 at 16:01

    Oh, my goodness Katrin, these are just so lovely!

    • Katrin
      14/03/2017 at 19:46

      Thanks so much Linda!

  • Keri
    14/03/2017 at 04:38

    Katrin, oh my these feather eggs are awesome!! I love how they look! Did you flatten the feathers completely or did you leave the down bits to flutter a little? These are so amazing! What a fantastic idea!! These would actually be great for any time of year.

    • Katrin
      14/03/2017 at 06:54

      Thank you Keri! No, I just pressed on the feathers as they were and the fluffy part stayed fluffy and I liked that, so that was that. I didn’t want any white paint to get on them so I left them be. I guess, if you use white eggs and glue on the feathers you could press them down nicely and that would look great as well!

  • Leanna
    13/03/2017 at 22:25

    I haven’t starting making any Easter eggs this year. The idea of blowing them out is daunting but with your assurance I will give it a try. Maybe pour a glass of wine and ask hubs to help me lol.

    These eggs are beautiful, all the natural elements, clay, wood, feather and eggs. Lovely work as usual.

    Thanks for the inspiration.

    • Katrin
      14/03/2017 at 06:50

      It’s so easy Leanna, but hey, if your hubby is in for it, that will be more fun, lol!! Thanks for stopping by, have a great day!

  • Ellen
    13/03/2017 at 20:48

    Feathers on Easter eggs – love it!! Easy and cute and very kreative! The little nests are the perfect place to display them; but, I do think they would look adorable on a tree too. Thank-you for this lovely post, as always.

    • Katrin
      13/03/2017 at 21:40

      Yes, I can imagine them so pretty hanging on branches Ellen. But I still have something else planned for branches, so for now these stay put in these little pots 😉 I’m happy you stopped by, Thank you for that and have a lovely day!

  • Julia - Vintage with Laces
    13/03/2017 at 16:33

    I guess, someone had scrambled eggs for breakfast. 🙂 Your eggs and nests look beautiful, Katrin! It sounds like you have lovely spring weather. Over here it’s a bit cooler but we’re supposed to get 21°C on Thursday.
    Have a great week!
    xo Julia

    • Katrin
      13/03/2017 at 21:38

      Hahaha, omelet yesterday!! Thank you so much Julia, enjoy the nice weather, today we’re back to 15 which feels really really chilly after having around 27 last week!

  • Marjan Hoebeke-Pfaff
    13/03/2017 at 13:39

    Absolutely lovely! I really like them – Moneypenny would love them too (in fact: she’d be thrilled by the feathers). On the other hand – I might reconsider dinner today (guess my men won’t mind omelette)…
    Have a great week,
    Marjan

    • Katrin
      13/03/2017 at 21:37

      haha, I bet she would!! Yep, it was omelet yesterday at our house too. haha!

  • Michelle
    13/03/2017 at 13:30

    Wow, they would look stunning as a centerpiece all year Katrin. They’re gorgeous and I love the way the original color of the eggs show through in some spots. It just adds to the whole rustic-ness.

    • Katrin
      13/03/2017 at 21:36

      Thank you Michelle! I am really happy with how they turned out and look in these little pots!

  • Mary-the boondocks blog
    13/03/2017 at 12:33

    Katrin I am left speechless. This is such a cute and original idea! There are feathers everywhere in the farm and yet I never thought to put them together. This is so clever!!

    • Katrin
      13/03/2017 at 21:35

      Mary, Thanks!! That is cool that you can find feathers at your farm!! I had to order them from amazon, lol!