Here is a quickie DIY for your Easter basket – tissue paper-decorated eggs.
Tissue paper – I had some cute paper from a gift bag.
White glue or Mod Podge
A brush – I just used a cheapie foam brush.
And eggs. This could work with either real eggs or plastic. I used plastic.
Cute Egg Tester optional.
Cut out the shapes you like from the paper.
If you’re using white glue, mix with a bit of water to thin it out. I used about 1 part water and 2 parts glue.
Cover the back of your piece of paper with the glue, stick it on the egg where you like it, then put another coat on top. Easy peasy.
Here are some drying.
Don’t worry about not covering up the opening in the plastic eggs. Just take a sharp blade and re-slice open when you’re all dry.
Just a little bit of cuteness to the egg basket. Now if there is any chocolate left by this weekend, I’ll fill them up!
PS – Instead of that messy easter grass, try using a colorful scrap of cloth in the bottom of the basket!
Who doesn’t love deviled eggs? Yumm! Even when I was a vegetarian and not eating eggs, I craved these little suckers.
Easter’s coming and I’m starting to think about food.. yes, every holiday gives me an excuse to think about food. A sweet and salty ham, some roasted asparagus maybe, and of course deviled eggs. I’ve seen so many interesting takes on them, but I always revert to the original — mustard, mayo, pickles. Is that a Southern thing?
Maybe it’s time to spice it up a bit! Here are a few recipes I’ve found that look delicious enough to try with even the pickiest folks at home. If you have a favorite recipe, let me know!
Everything’s better with bacon! Bacon Jalepeno Deviled Eggs from Real Housemoms.
I love me some buffalo and blue cheese! Gonna try these Buffalo Chicken Deviled Eggs from Closet Cooking.
It’s like guacamole in an egg. Hooray! Avocado Deviled Eggs from Cakes Cottage.
Crab Rangoon Deviled Eggs from i am a food blog. I bet they’d be delicious with some crunchy fried wonton pieces on top.
And more bacon. This time with shrimp! Also, she uses instant potato flakes. That’s a new one for me. I’ll have to try these Shrimp and Bacon Stuffed Deviled Eggs from Melanie Makes.
Want more? Here’s 50 Deviled Egg Recipes from Taste and Tell.
I’m so hungry now…
Because I’m thinking about Easter, and because I still call my 13 year old son “Bunny”, I’m rounding up a few of my favorite bunny rabbit things.
I kind of want everything by author and illustrator Catherine Rayner.
Check out this funny guy.
Absolutely gorgeous illustrations by Sarah Leea Petkus.
This is magnetic wallpaper. I must have it. At Groovy Magnets.
Hey, little bunny nose! Art by Donna McKenzie.
Delivery Rabbit. Where you taking that Venus Flytrap? Interesting artist Audrey Benjaminsen.
Birds and bunnies over at Fabrics and Papers.
Oh my goodness. Easter is around the corner, which means Spring is here. Woo Hoo!
Because I have the new little one, I have an excuse again to dye Easter eggs! My son is now 13, and finally kind of over it.
Looking for something a bit more beautiful than what I usually do – the supermarket dye kits – here are some inspirational egg decorating ideas.
Gorgeous natural dyed eggs from BigSisLilSis.
More nature-inspired eggs. Herb Stenciled Easter Eggs from Adventures in Cooking.
So dainty. From Urban Comfort.
Mixing typography and bright colors, these eggs are so fun. Found at The SoHo.
More graphic design inspired eggs. Love these – from Martha Stewart.
Pretty, pretty, pretty – using stamps and decoupage. From Paper-Scissors-Superheros.
What are your favorite ways to decorate Easter Eggs?