Easter Egg Flower Arrangements

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Today, I am sharing my new favourite way to use Easter eggs--as fresh spring vases! Perfect for your Easter table setting, these gorgeous mini-arrangements are easy to create and the colour/flower combinations are endless. 

  1. Carefully cut off the top of a large egg and clean out the shell.
  2. I dyed my eggs in basic food colouring. I didn't leave them in the dye for very long, creating more pastel shades of pink, purple and mint. 
  3. Once the dye dries, place the eggs in your egg cups. I used white ceramic eggs cups, as well as vintage pieces I had around the house. 
  4. Fill the eggs with room temperature water and flower food. 

Next, I simply cut short buds and arranged the different flowers in my egg vases. 

Let me know how you will be decorating for this weekend's festivities!

Feeling Rosie


Still looking for that perfect gift? Historic downtown Whitby is bursting with great ideas and sales!


Did you see the results of our Christmas Wrapping and Crafting party yet?


Favourite Christmas image.


Did you see Mr. Penney on The Marilyn Dennis Show this week? See the segment here.

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Thanks to my Dad for sharing this fitting video with me...

Getting Crafty

I hope the results of my Christmas wrapping and crafting party inspire you to "think outside the gift box" this holiday. The girls were each so creative and unique in their individual themes and ideas--soft and feminine, elegant metallics, and rustic chic. Adding that extra element to your gifts, whether it is a sprig of greenery, a pretty pink ribbon or a handmade tag will be sure to bring a smile to its recipient. It's the personal, thoughtful touches that matter most this time of year, and are always the most memorable. Let your creativity shine!













Plain tags, wrapping paper and ribbon from Creative Bag in Pickering.