Hope you have a happy Easter weekend. Below, a few links to Easter goodies!
In love with Emily Henderson’s pastel Easter brunch.
Have you seen this elegant Easter table designed by Calder Clark?
Cute carrot surprise balls.
Carissa does it again! These floral bunny ears are adorable.
Flashing back to this fun Easter project over at Oh Joy!
And, as always, there’s more here. Happy Easter!
Hi everyone! Happy to be back to share a quick and super easy project I did over the weekend. This project came to me in a flash when I saw some brass ornaments that I loved, but at $20+ per ornament the real things weren’t happening, so I created these ornaments as an alternative.
I found the plastic figurines and spray paint at Michael’s. The figurines range from $2 to $6. The gold spray paint is made by Design Master, and although $7-$8 a can for for spray paint seemed steep initially, it was absolutely worth it. I love the color gold it produces.
What you’ll need:
*plastic animals (I used this brand) that you can find at most craft stores
*screw eyes (I used these)
*primer (like kilz)
*electric drill and drill bit (I used a spade drill bit to start the hole because I had one on hand from carving pumpkins!)
To make the ornaments…
1. Drill hole for screw eye, then screw the screw eye into figurine.
2. Prime figurine with kilz. I tried the project first without priming, and found that the spray paint adheres much, much better with primer.
3. When primer coat is dry, spray with gold paint. Thread with ribbon, and you’re done!
These little animals will be decorating our tree this year, but they would also be so pretty tied on packages, as gifts or as wedding favors for a winter wedding. They’re so easy and lots of fun to make! Happy holidays!
I’ve noticed this color a lot this year — nearly every Christmas card we’ve received has hints of soft blue-green. It’s so striking and a bit unusual for holiday decorating, which is why I think I love it so much. What colors are you using this year?