I saw them at Pottery Barn last year, but there is no way I could justify paying $18 for 12 little blue eggs. I decided to find a cheaper way to make them this year, using things I could find at my local craft and dollar stores.
beginning of the month when I bought this faux greenery for the bathroom).
I ended up doing about 3-4 coats for each egg to remove any crevices in the styrofoam. Since I wanted to allow drying time between coats, I just set up all the eggs on the dining room table in rows on the foil, painted a coat, wrapped the foam brush in saran wrap and then came back in an hour to flip them and paint again.
Nestle the eggs in amongst the grass, stacking some on top of others to get a bit of height.
table centrepiece, I'm really loving this look on the bookshelf too. I paired it with my Easter Tree from last year and a great printable I found online.
Easter Tree and I love even more how easy it was to just pull it out of storage and pop the branches back into the foam
I found this great Happy Easter Printable from Visual Eye Candy. So cute!
given at our housewarming. (Don't they look like the "Big Joe" from Cougar Town? And yes I did try drinking wine from them before I used them.)
Robin's Egg & Cat Grass Centerpiece Cost Breakdown:
Styrofoam Eggs $2 (2 packages)
Acrylic Paint $3
Foam Brushes $2
Cat Grass $2
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Potting Soil Already Had
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