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Easter Egg Inspired Vases!!

Hi Tatertots & Jello friends! I’m Kimberly from A Night Owl!

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I’m so excited to be a new contributor here this year. Tatertots & Jello was one of the first blogs I followed! So it’s such an honor to be here, sharing some fun craft ideas. Have you fallen full-force into Spring?

Easter Egg Inspired Vases

We just started last week with Spring and Easter crafts and decor and I have to say – I’m loving it! All the bright colors just adds a bit of cheeriness to any space. And this project is no exception – Easter Egg Vases!

At first I was going to paint mason jars with these Easter Egg inspired patterns and colors (because who doesn’t love mason jars?), but when I happened upon these stemless wine glasses, I knew they were perfect for this craft! Aren’t they the perfect little egg shape? So I grabbed three from my local dollar store and got to work. Let’s go over the details…

Supplies:

Stemless wine glasses

Pastel paints

Paint brushes and foam pouncers

Natural filler

Floral stems

How to make Easter Egg Inspired Vases

Directions:

  • First I painted two layers of paint for a good level of coverage on the glasses.
  • Once dry, I simply added “Easter Egg” patterns with paint brushes and foam pouncers.

Easter Egg Inspired Vases

Once the pattern was dry, I filled my vases with natural filler and faux succulent stems. I love how bright and cheery they turned out!

Easter Egg Inspired Vases

Easter Egg Inspired Vases

Easter Egg Inspired Vases

Such an easy project to take on but it has such an impact! Right now, as we’re transitioning to Spring and Easter decor, I’m so happy to have these little guys sitting on our breakfast nook table. So what are you waiting for? Head down to your local dollar store and pick up some stemless wine glasses and make your very own! This could also be a fun project for your older kids – or you could even pick up plastic stemless wine glasses and make some with the little ones! The possibilities are endless, but I guarantee you’ll be happy you did.

If you enjoyed this project be sure to check out our 100 Easter Egg Ideas and our DIY Carrot Easter Eggs! Until next time, friends!

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Thanks Kimberly! Those Easter Egg Vases are just adorable and I love an inexpensive DIY idea! Kimberly has a ton of great ideas on her blog. Here are a few of my favorite recent projects of hers:

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These DIY Carrot Easter Eggs are SO creative! What a fun and simple way to turn easter eggs into cute decor!

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She also has some fun Easter Basket Ideas for both boys and girls!

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And these Pencil Mason Jar Teacher Appreciation Gifts are perfect for that special teacher! I love the free printable too!

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I’m beyond thrilled to have Kimberly as a contributor this year. I can’t wait to see the other amazing ideas she shares with us!
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Comments

  1. I’m extremely impressed with your writing skills as well as with the layout on your blog.

    Is this a paid theme or did you modify it yourself? Either
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  2. Love how cute these are! Pinned and sharing.
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  3. So festive and cute! Pinned!

  4. I love this idea! It’s so cute, simple, and expresses the holiday!
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  5. Those are so stinking cute!!!
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  6. So clever! Pinning :)
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  7. WOW these look so cute. The colors you chose are beautiful.
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  8. Great spring project ideas!
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  9. So cute!!! A great idea for wine glasses. Very fun. I love the touch of the succulents. I had an entire garden of them when I lived in Southern California and miss them terribly!! ;) Cheers!
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