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Easter Centerpiece Bouquets

Posted on March 08, 2016 by Michelle Rynn

Are you looking for some new Easter centerpieces that look great and are easy to make?

This Easter egg bouquet takes just a few steps.

First, write on plastic Easter eggs any message you would like using Artisan's Effect Chalk Markers.  This one spells out "Happy Easter."

With the vibrant colors of Artisan's Effect Markers, the eggs look great.

Next, I placed flower foam into a container and placed artificial flowers into the foam.  I then used a hot glue gun to glue each egg into the center of each flower- spelling out Happy Easter.  Next, I placed Easter grass into the container to cover the foam- instant centerpiece.

Another centerpiece I did was also simple to make and looks terrific too.

I purchased a wooden cutout of a cross.

Next, I painted it with white paint and chalkboard paint.

Then, I used Artisan's Effect Chalk Markers to write my message.  The vibrant colors look beautiful on this piece.

I placed artificial flowers into flower foam in a container and then used a hot glue gun to glue the cross to the flowers.  Lastly I added Easter grass to cover the foam.

A wonderful centerpiece for your home or church event.

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More Easter Decorating Fun

Posted on February 26, 2016 by Michelle Rynn

I always enjoy using Artisan's Effect chalk markers to decorate for various holidays.  Two projects I did recently are a decorative egg and an Easter wreath.

I saw this black colored craft egg at the store, and I had to take it home and add color to it.  I drew a floral design on it, but you can easily personalize one of these eggs with a name or maybe even a favorite sports team name.

The Easter wreath was another simple project.

I purchased a rabbit shaped wooden cutout.

Then I painted it with two coats of white acrylic paint

Then I used Artisan's Effect Chalk Markers to create my floral design on the painted cutout.  Lastly I hung it in the center of my door wreath.

 

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