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Spring and Easter are fast approaching. I made this craft many years ago with my preschool class and thought that you would enjoy it too. Here’s how to make stamped eggs for Spring – Thrifty Style Team.
Welcome to our Thrifty Style Team! This is the place where we get together with our talented and creative blogger friends every month. We each display, makeover, repurpose or transform something from our homes or thrift stores. Before I share my stamped Easter eggs for Spring, I would be remiss if I didn’t acknowledge the loss of two of our loved TST members.
I know that I have previously mentioned each of these wonderful friends, but wanted to honor them today as well. The blogging community is grieving two of our very dear friends, Paula of Sweet Pea and Michelle from The Painted Hinge. We were fortunate enough to work closely with these fabulous ladies on many blog hops and our monthly Thrifty Style Team posts. They were both amazingly kind, giving and creative. Paula loved to share posts of her family, heirloom pieces, vintage treasures and her sweet pup, Sherman. Michelle gave us insight to her almond farm, farmhouse style and amazing photography. We hold our memories close as we all grieve the loss of these wonderful ladies.
This month you are in for a treat, as we each share our thrifty ideas! A giant thank you to our friend Julie of Redhead Can Decorate for coordinating this wonderful group!
Just as I thought that Spring weather had finally arrived, my dreams have been dashed. This weekend our temps will dip again into the 20’s. I’m so glad that I have a few indoor projects planned LOL Actually, these stamped eggs are a perfect craft!
How to make stamped eggs for Spring and Easter decor
Supplies Needed to Make Stamped Eggs
Eggs, bunnies, chicks and florals are quintessential decor for Spring and Easter.
I created several vignettes with nests and the stamped eggs.
Pink peonies are one of my most favorite flowers. They look so delicate, almost like lace frills.
Y’all know how much I love moss balls. I love these moss covered bunnies that I purchased several years ago at a thrift store.
This little nest is so cute with touches of moss.
Here is an oversized nest with several stamped eggs displayed.
How cute are these? Which is your favorite?
I brought these orchids home from my mother-in-law’s house. I am super-proud of keeping them alive AND getting them to bloom! If you need to get caught up on my life, you can read about Honey Bee and I selling her home and moving her to assisted living HERE. The chalk painted bunnies are a project I completed several years ago.
Ferns are another wonderful spring plant. How cute is this faux version in a basket?
The French stamps are perfect on these eggs.
Don’t forget to Pin this to your favorite Pinterest Board!
Now let’s see the beautiful, thrifty projects that our friends have created!
Redhead Can Decorate – 3 Simple No-Sew Home Decorating Ideas Using Fabric
Our Crafty Mom – Bumble Bee Craft Mason Jar
DIY Beautify – Salt Dough Rabbit Ornaments
2 Bees In A Pod – Stamped Eggs for Spring
The How To Home – Hand Stamped Napkins
Postcards From The Ridge – Paper Egg Ornaments
Vinyet Etc. – Thrifty Vintage Planters – Spring
Lora B. Create & Ponder – 7 Ideas for Decorating the Tops of Armoires, Bookcases (and any tall furniture)
The Tattered Pew – 5 Thrifty, Chic and Simple Spring DIY Projects
Cottage On Bunker Hill –Inspired Antique Brass Planter
Amy Sadler Designs –Easy DIY French Country Table Runner
Songbird – Easy Fresh Flower Spring Wreath
My Family Thyme – Easy Side Table Makeover with Fusion Mineral Paint