If your home is by the coastal area or you just love a coastal theme decor, why don’t you have your Easter decor this year in Coastal theme?! Coastal theme will bring some freshness to your Easter decor at home. With bright colors and some coastal ornaments, your Easter eggs decoration will look fantastic and fresh. Take a look at my Coastal Easter Eggs decoration and scroll more on how do I make it. It would be a great addition to your Easter Coastal decor.
How to make a Coastal Easter Eggs decoration? It is actually easy, you would only need three things for that; which are:
1. For the eggs, paint them in pastel colors, if you want to stress more on the coastal feeling, use blue a lot.
2. Add some beachy ornaments, like seashells, starfish, and so on.
3. Don’t forget to bring in some nautical ornaments, like anchor, ship wheel and many more.
With only that three elements, you can make a stunning Coastal Easter Egg Decoration. As easy as that! Well, if you still unclear, let me show you how I made my Coastal Easter Eggs Decoration.
Things To Prepare
This Coastal Easter Eggs decoration is a low budget Easter decoration. Use some eggshells and seashells an a tin can lid and you are ready for the project. Seashells and a tin can lid are used to make a seashells tray. And for the seashells tray, you can check out my post on how to make it. Anyway, here are the complete list of supplies that you need to prepare for this coastal Easter decoration :
- Eggshells (I used chicken egg and quail eggs)
- Fake moss
- Acrylic paint in green, white, red, blue, yellow.
- Black permanent marker
- Seashells Tray
How To Make
This is a quick Easter decoration you can make in last minutes. Super easy to make too. You can make it into a large Easter decoration or a small Coastal Easter decoration, it’s all up to you. If you want to make a large one, use a bigger tray and more eggs. Mine, I made a small one which great for a coffee table decoration or mixed together with other Easter decoration which of course a coastal theme Easter.
1 .Make a hole on the bottom of the egg, very gently, to empty the egg. Wash all the eggshells and let sit for a while until it’s dry.
2 .Paint the eggshells in pastel colors of white, blue, green, yellow, and pink. How to get a pastel color? You can get it from mixing a color with white. By mixing a color with white, you will have a lighter and softer color. Let it dry after painting.
3 .I used my seashells tray I made before last year. You can check out how I made it; or if you have a round plain rustic blue tray, it will do too.
4 .Take some fake moss and arrange it on the tray, it would look as if it’s a bird’s nest.
5 .Don’t forget to draw an anchor by using a black marker on the white chicken eggshell.
6 . Place all the painted Easter eggs and arrange them nicely on the fake moss. Add some seashells and maybe starfish if you have one. And it’s done!
Super easy and quick to make isn’t? A Coastal Easter Eggs decoration that you can prepare in last minute. I also have an easy Easter Wreath I made last week, it’s an upcycled low budget Easter decoration that you will love to make. Well, Easter is still a week to come, better get moving and get your home ready for Easter decor.
You can check out more Easter ideas on Twinkl’s Easter Celebration, find it in Fun and Eggciting Ways to Celebrate Easter.
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