Egg Shell Easter Table Decoration

Egg Shell Easter Table Decoration
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Easter is around the corner but you still have time to make an Easter table decoration. Personally Easter is about spending time with family, creating new traditions, eating, crafting. My son particularly loves the rhythms of the seasons, decorating the house.  Table decorations are not my strong point but even I can manage this egg shell table decoration, its so simple to make but so effective:)

The cress takes about seven days so you do have time to make this yourself.

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Egg Shell Easter Table Decoration

You will need:

To make:

Spray the egg shells, set aside to dry (preferably not in a windy place, you don’t want to know how many egg shells I lost!)

Fill the shells with soil or cotton wool, add cress seeds and water.

Find a log, drill three holes with a wide drill piece (the one I used was marked 32).

Place eggs in drilled holes.

That’s it, one finished DIY easter eggs shell table decoration, easy to make yet stylish. Alternatives you could try, dye the eggs with onion seeds before cracking and scooping out the cooked egg, or let your children decorate the shells with sharpies? Or you could use the sharpies yourself to make intricate patterns – this would look great with white shells.

However you choose to spend Easter I hope you have a lovely time,

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I am inspired by our wonderful world, creation is constant and yet changing. I feel it is important to respect the environment and where possible to upcycle/recycle. Blessed with creativity I try to appreciate it and develop it:) Thanks for taking the time to read my blog, please do sign up to follow my journey:)

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