Monday, March 17, 2014

Quickfire Hydrangea Petal Easter Eggs

Are you ready for this one?




Quickfire Hydrangea petal Easter eggs.

Instructions:

Separate the petals.

Glue them on a plastic Easter egg. (I painted them with chalky paint first so glue would adhere better. But later I did one without paint and it worked just fine)

I like them because they show the backs of the petals - which are typically prettier than the fronts. 

I also tried this with regular hydrangea petals.

It wasn't pretty.

Once again proving the superiority of the Quickfire Hydrangea.



I made a little Easter vignette with them.

Aren't they lovely?

Really.

Do you like them?



Make something wonderful today!

Karen


Check out the wreath I made out of these same flowers here

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Savvy Southern Style
Stringtown Home

9 comments:

Art and Sand said...

Your eggs are beautiful, but you have to explain to this dummy what quickfire hydrangeas are.

Danni@SiloHillFarm said...

They truly are lovely! Perfect for Easter and for spring!

Cheryl in Wisconsin said...

I have two hydrangeas in my yard. Being the 'gardener' that I am, neither plant has grown above 2-feet tall. Does that make them 'puny-fire' hydrangeas?

These eggs are fabulous, and the arrangement you've placed them in is first class.

Donna Wilkes said...

I am now beginning to think you are kidding us with the quickfire hydrangeas. Are they really real? And this strong? The eggs look fantastic with the moss.

Cathy @ My 1929 Charmer said...

So darn creative and cute, wow, I still have time to make a few for myself. I see you are going to the Midwest bloggers party, I couldn't see when you live? I'm going and will be so excited to finally "meet" you!

Betty said...

Truly stunning. So lovely for Easter.

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

So beautiful. Thanks for sharing at Wow. Featuring these this week.

The French Hutch said...

What a clever idea, and beautiful. Love the nest and oh so spring perfect! I found you at SSS..........

~ Dixie said...

Absolutely beautiful. What a fabulous spring statement!

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