Easter Egg decorating with us

Last night the sun stayed out just long enough for Dash & I to get some Easter eggs done. I think I had more fun then he did since I am learning and very slowly accepting that I don’t think he likes arts & crafts as much as me. I’ve never really been HUGE into the whole dying egg thing but more of a painter. I also figured with a one year old, dying could get a little tricky so why not roll up our sleeves & bust out the finger paints.


Once Dash’s were finished I moved onto mine. This year I decided to do something similar to last year’s pumpkins. I painted them with a lavender chalk paint then gave them a flower crown. It was simple, chic & EASY.

All supplies were purchased at Michaels Craft. I hot glued the flowers to the tops for a better stick & viola.

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I had to save one. Check out our golden egg.


Supplies (2)

3″ Clay pots

Green & Spanish Moss

chalk paint of your choice. I used a lavender & nude / Rose Gold & finger paints for Dash’s eggs.

floral stickers. You can find these in the scrap book section

hot glue


I hope you enjoyed this post & that you all have a very blessed Easter, filled with lot’s of family, faith & food. Happy Easter & Happy Spring.


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