Watercolor Egg Place Settings


Brighten your Easter table decor with these quick and easy watercolor Easter egg place settings.

Easter Egg Place Setting

Happy Friday, my friends! Are you ready for the Easter holiday? The kids and I are enjoying the first few days of Spring break lounging around the house. Everyone slept in this morning, which was a nice break not having a busy morning running around trying to get everyone dressed, fed, and out the door. As the kids slept in I sat in my favorite lounge chair with my kindle and a cup of coffee with International Delight Caramel Macchiato creamer. It was pure bliss! Have you tried it? It’s my absolute favorite, with the Hershey’s Chocolate Caramel a close second. Sunday morning everyone is coming over for brunch after church and I already know a cup or two with my favorite creamer will be in my hands to prepare for the day. I’m also making a batch of Blueberry Streusel Coffee Cake to kick-off our feast.

Blueberry Crumb Coffee Cake

After making our Watercolor Easter Eggs I couldn’t get enough of these beauties. I decided to make egg place settings using American Crafts Thickers in white and watercolor paints. I placed the sticker on the egg then brush water over the egg and sticker. I then add drops of watercolor paint on top and let the colors run together. This is such a simple way to add color to your table decor and DIY a budget-friendly name place setting.

Watercolor Place Settings

Watercolor Eggs

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Gold Leaf Easter Eggs

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Watercolor Easter Egg Place Settings

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