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Moss Covered Easter Eggs

Only 9 more days until we welcome Spring to our lives! I can barely contain my excitement as the snow slowly melts. Despite the below freezing temps tomorrow. Even though the ground is still covered with snow here in Wisconsin, I figured it would be fun to get some Spring Time projects up in my house! I’m not huge on holiday crafting (other than Christmas) mainly because I just don’t have the time. I mean let’s be real here… I still have my Christmas Decor on my piano (shhh, don’t tell). I took it down, but I just haven’t had a chance to put it away and add in some universal decor to get me through spring and summer. I really like to be able to change up a few accessories during this time rather than my whole decor, so these Moss Covered Easter Eggs are just perfect for me and my piano decor.

Moss Covered Easter Eggs

Welcome Spring with these adorable Moss Covered Easter Eggs

Looking at these eggs makes me long for green grass and colorful flowers! Spring is almost here and I really can’t wait! So let’s make some eggs together to welcome this wonderful season! Time to get out your crafting supplies and have a little fun! All you will need for this project is some moss, scissors, and a hot glue gun. Then you can decorate as you wish! I am excited to share this tutorial with you over at Love Grows Wild, so hop on over there and say hi!

Click HERE for the Full Tutorial 

If you are looking for some more Spring/Easter Decor Ideas, you can click over to download these Printables, just add a frame!

He is Risen Easter Printable

And if you are a crocheter you can these cute little baskets for your new eggs! I’m thinking about crocheting some of these in twine!

Mini Crochet Easter Egg Baskets
Have a beautiful day, see you  next month! 


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