Create some funky Easter Eggs with these leopard Print Easter egg designs.
What you need
orange/gold eye shadow
Sharpie or liquid eye-liner
Whoa now. Did someone say leopard print Easter eggs? Yeah, totally did. I’m going there. After my last “crafty” post, I realized that quite honestly, I have a LOT of fun making silly things. SO let’s make it a regular happening around here.
Easter is coming up and I’ve been seeing a ton of fun ideas popping up on the Pinterest machine. I thought I’d join in and somehow my brain ended at leopard. Nothing says Easter like a little bit of animal print, right? Whatever. You know you love it. 😉
The BEST part is that these are SUPER easy and you probably have all of the supplies already. I know it looks complicated, but I’m telling you — leopard print, cheetah print, jaguar…that whole family of prints = E A S Y. Easy because the sloppier and more haphazardly you draw, the better. I know this because I painted half of my face “leopard” for Halloween in under five minutes last season.
On we go with the tutorial! I made you a lil info-graphic:
What you need
Easter eggs to fit your stand
Easter Grass or shredded paper
Easter picks or small ornaments for topper
This Easter craft project shows you how to make an Easter egg table centerpiece for your next Easter Dinner using a cupcake tier, stand or tower. The Easter eggs can then be given out as Easter Egg table gifts.
Start by taking your Cupcake stand and working out how many eggs you will need to fit onto your stand. We used large eggs, but you could also use small eggs especially if you were using a mini cupcake stand.
Place the grass into the cupcake holders and pop your egg into place. Finish off with a beautiful ribbon and some Easter picks or decorations to go onto the top.
This is a great way to use your cupcake stand for something a little different.