Here’s a fun and colorful Easter table centerpiece idea that is easy to create and will last a long time! While I love fresh flowers, they wilt and fade much too soon. I used pretty paper flowers and wood eggs to create a colorful Easter table centerpiece that can be used year after year.
- 2.5 inch and 1.5 inch Wood Eggs.
- David Tutera Paper Flowers.
- Acrylic Craft Paint – I used:
- Glass Bowl.
Step one. Paint the wood eggs various colors.
Step two. Dilute brown paint with water (approximately 1 part paint to 1 part water). Use a large brush to splatter the color onto the eggs. I highly recommend doing this outside, and placing the eggs in a box!
This year, I’m decorating with a purple/blue/yellow combination. This would look pretty with bright colors, like pink and yellow, or even just using one color for everything and keeping it very monochromatic.
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