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.
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.
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.
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.
I filled them with white wood chips I found the other day at my local craft store.
Then I added some book page strips I had from last year when I used them for these Easter Nest Jars.
And voila! The little nests are perfect for the Easy Feather Easter Eggs!
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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?
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