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Yes, I made another Easter table decoration. It seems like everybody agrees with me: Eating is the most important part of the Easter celebration. When I was younger, I did fast chocolate and sweets and this made the Easter nest even more special. This year, I didn’t and I must say, I kind of miss it. Is that weird? Probably. But I guess, you only know what you have when you miss it. The same’s with chocolate.
Anyway, I’m drifting off. Actually, I wanted to show you this idea for an Easter table decoration I made for OTTOInSITE: minimalistic and almost scandinavian looking. This also leaves more space for the food on the table. Win, win!
Pinterest made me choose pink as a main colour. Can you believe it? Normally I’m not that into pink or too girly but with the black and grey and white, I totally dig it. What do you think? Yay or nay to pink?
You can find the very easy tutorial here – with lots of pictures. If you don’t speak German, just use Google Translate. But I guess, you could even tell from the images how it’s done.
All you need for this Scandinavian inspired Easter table decoration:
- empty egg shells
- rosemary branches
- green wire
- pink spray paint
- label maker
- wooden sticks
- a cup filled with rise, semolina or sand
Take the eggs, put them on a wooden stick that can be put into the cup filled with sand and spray paint them evenly on all sides.
While the eggs are drying, take the rosemary branches and form circles. Attach the ends with the green wire.
Take the label maker and write the names of your guests or generic (short) phrases like “happy easter” or “hello bunny” etc.
Once the eggs are completely dry, stick the label on it and put them in a rosemary nest. They look best in the middle of the table or as creative table cards on each plate.
Now that I made so much Easter table decoration, I really have to invite people over. What are your plans for Easter? Let me know in the comments, I’d love to hear about your traditions.
Now. Carry on!
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