Fresh Find Friday

March 29, 2013

10 Easter Egg Decorating Ideas via Curbly

Easter weekend is probably one of my most favorite weekends in the year. Why? Because of Easter Brunch, I tell you. We all know that I’m a sucker for delicious food. It may not always be the healthiest food, but it is always the most delicious. My friends and I are getting together tomorrow morning for a little brunch. I’m bringing the Crème brûlée  French Toast! It’s a fave family recipe that I think I am going to have to share here next week. Y’all will just go crazy.

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This photo is from an article I wrote for Curbly! I’m a new contributor over there and will be posting more home design related stuff over there. Easter is this weekend, but there are some pretty dang easy DIYs to be made in this roundup. My faves? The calligraphy eggs or the sharpie eggs. Black and white is classy. So is The Easter Bunny.

the finds:

Honeycomb Easter Eggs. Shoot me now. These are too cute.

For your Easter brunch: Color Blocked Egg Place Cards.

Graffiti Easter Eggs!

I stopped dead in my tracks when I saw these Fruity French Easter Eggs.

Mr. & Mrs. Eggs. Cute on the mantle or on the top of a cake!

I’m going to follow these instructions and make a watercolor tablecloth!

i was elsewhere this week:

Upcycled Trash Can for Whimseybox

Honeycomb Ice Cream Containers for Shop Sweet Lulu

A Drab Dresser Gets A Classy Makeover

DIY Glass Mirror Made From You’ll Never Guess What

**Happy Easter Weekend**

photo cred: Alisa Burke

2 thoughts on “Fresh Find Friday

  1. Kelli

    Love finding a pretty new blog! Just found you over on Sweet LuLu. Love your work. I decorated eggs with my kids this year….only to find out my mom had only par boiled the eggs!! Needless to say there was no egg salad.


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