The warm weather and trees blooming in California are getting me really excited for spring. Usually around this time of the year, I get a burst of energy and start redecorating the house. I recently went through my spring/Easter decor and realized I didn’t have a lot. Since Easter is only a month away I decided to work on a few Easter crafts that I could use to decorate with. This hydrangea Easter egg craft was made in three easy steps and has brought a touch of color to our Easter decor.
Step one: Apply a coat of purple paint to the paper mache egg. This helps add color to fill in any gaps between the flowers. Allow paint to dry for 30 minutes.