I am definitely getting the Spring itch! I can see blades of my day lilies starting to poke up, the birds are singing and it's slowly but surely getting warmer. So...it's time to start Springifying the house. Yes, that is a word.
I brought in our Easter decorations and found this big bag of plastic Easter eggs. I've seen lots of those tutorials for twine wrapped Easter eggs, so I tried my hand at it and I love the way they turned out! Here's a quick tutorial, they're really easy.
Now, you can leave them plain twine, or you can spray paint them any color you want. You can use regular acrylic paints, too. I've seen them in so many fun colors!
I made a handful of them and put them in this beautiful white...bowl...thing. I just bought it at the local thrift store for 25 cents! The coolest thing about these twined eggs is that you can put them in ANYTHING and they look cute! I put them in a clear vase with the decorative green moss grassy stuff (thank you Dollar Tree) and it looked good, too.