Making this Easter Egg Vase is super-simple, and the supplies are inexpensive too! It will literally take you about 5 minutes to put together. I have been seeing it all over Pinterest, but I can’t seem to find the original source. The photos I have seen use real dyed Easter eggs, which are very pretty, but you could only leave that kind of arrangement out for a couple of hours, right? So I decided to use plastic Easter eggs, so I can leave my vase out for the entire season.
You will need 2 glass containers. The trick is to find a small inner container and a round outer container so you have room to put the eggs in the space in between. I found my containers at the craft store. Together, they were less than $10.
Now you just put the eggs between the two containers.
(You can see that it’s not quite centered, but that’s OK.)
Now you just add some flowers! This goes to show that you can make an arrangement out of almost anything. All I had were a couple of mums from an inexpensive supermarket bouquet, and some daffodil buds and twigs from the yard. Of course, once the daffodil buds opened (see top photo), the bouquet was even prettier!
That’s it! Wasn’t that easy?
PS The pattern and instructions for the Easter Egg Placemat that you see in the top photo can be found here.
What a lovely idea, Jacquelynne.
That is so cute (and very colorful!), and so easy! Thank you for sharing!!
So very cute cant wait to make one
I have a similar vase, but no real flowers. I used a multi-leaded glass terrarium and put pearl grass and various fabric and painted craft eggs in it. I like your idea of fresh flowers.
Great idea, Sue!
I’m going to do this with my trifle bowl.
Thank you for the tutorial! This is so cute!