Turn cheap plastic Easter eggs into a gorgeous modern and moody egg garland for your Easter decor. Part of A Very Global Easter series.
Hi there. Welcome to day six of A Very Global Easter where Casa Watkins Living and I are sharing seven days of globally inspired Easter DIYs and decorating tips. We are getting close to wrapping it up but have a couple of more to share with you. Today our theme is garland and I’m excited to show you how I transformed cheap plastic Easter eggs into a pretty modern-moody egg garland. Make sure to scroll down to see what my talented cohost did!
How to Make Modern and Moody Egg Garland
This DIY is so easy!
- Start by spray painting plastic eggs with chalkboard spray paint similar to my botanical Easter eggs.
- Once they are dry, use craft paint and gave each one two coats of a moody hue.
- Most of the plastic eggs already have a hole in each end. This makes it super easy to thread thread fishing wire through the little holes to make an egg garland.
- Make sure to thread each end of the fishing wire with a button or bead and tie off a knot so the eggs don’t slip off!
I hung my Easter egg garland around our foyer vignette and added a gold bunny bank to complete the holiday decor.
I love how the colors tie into our hallway art gallery. This is the view right when you walk in the front door.
I was planning on doing a bit more but I’ve been fighting a cold this last week and am lacking my usual energy. But I am planning on decorating for spring soon!
I hope you are enjoying the series as much as we are! You can find all previous posts at A Very Global Easter page. Now let’s go visit Casa Watkins Living and see her pretty Spring Succulent Garland DIY!