3.30.2009

DECORATING FOR EASTER


Hollowed-out eggshells make naturally beautiful vases for tiny flower arrangements. Break an egg at the top of its shell, drain the contents, and carefully rinse out the inside. Next, fill the empty shell with room-temperature water and place it in an eggcup for stability. Finally, insert small cuttings of your favorite blossoms (we used lilacs, lily of the valley, and violas). Individually or grouped together in a centerpiece, these tiny arrangements make a wonderful addition to the place settings at your table. [Via Martha Stewart]

I think these would look equally pretty dying the easter eggs a pretty blue, yellow & green. Now I will be on the search for some vintage eggcups!

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4 comments:

TeeTee said...

They are beautiful!

Lisa Macomber said...

adorable! check out my blog I am having a giveaway that ends in a few hours actually...for a vintage inspired easter decoration! invite your friends to leave a comment for a chance to win. www.lisamacomber.blogspot.com

Lisa Macomber said...

adorable! check out my blog I am having a giveaway that ends in a few hours actually...for a vintage inspired easter decoration! invite your friends to leave a comment for a chance to win. www.lisamacomber.blogspot.com

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