Does anyone else have a garbage bag full of plastic Easter eggs sitting in the basement from last year, or am I the only crazy lady trying to save a few bucks by not buying any? I’m not really a huge fan of using the plastic eggs in my home decor, so I decided to Mod Podge a few and make them a little more “classy”.
I mixed equal parts Mod Podge and water together to form a very wet paste. I then tore the tissue paper into small squares and dipped them into the glue before wrapping around the eggs. I started with a brush, but found it was easier to just use my fingers to push down the edges.
I picked up this little tray from the dollar spot at Target. It was a little too “new” for my liking, so I went over it with my craft paints to give it a more aged look. For a complete tutorial on this process, you can check out my post on faux galvanized metal.
To paint the tray and Mod Podge the eggs only took about 15 minutes. You can’t beat that, right?
While at Target, I picked up some fun spring colored straws to add to my tray.
I just love how bright and spring like it’s beginning to feel around here.
Nothing brightens up a room like fresh flowers. One five dollar bouquet is all it takes to make this girl happy!
A cupcake liner and mason jar is all you need for your juice glasses. Super easy and cute!
It’s always fun to have a special treat waiting for my children when they get home from school. These apple cherry drinks are sure to please.
What goodies have you found in the Target dollar spot lately?