DIY Paper Mache Speckled Robin’s Eggs

Tomorrow is the 1st day of spring.
Yippee, yay!
Although it doesn’t feel like it here in the NE,
 I am still ready to celebrate and kiss those
cold, wintery & windy days goodbye.
Are you?
Last week I featured my Rustic Spring Sign
& shared some simple spring touches I added to my
The best part of using a neutral color palette when decorating is the flexibility when the seasons change.

One of the MANY things I adore about spring, are the colors.
So bright, cheerful & happy and who doesn’t need that after a LONG winter:).
Robin’s Egg Blue happens to be one of my all time favorites.
How about you?
It is a classic and picked straight from nature itself,
what could be better.

Here is an easy spring project that will be sure add a little pop of happy to your spring decor.

 Paper Mache Eggs-Michael’s
Paint-MS Summer Haze

 Two coats will do.
 To add the speckles, water down your second color, mine is a dark tan, any contrasting color that you have will look great.
 With your fingers flick the wet bristles onto your eggs.
 It doesn’t have to be perfect & if you mess up, just wipe off.
 Let dry completely & flip over and speckle other side.

I also wanted to give a HUGE thank you to
 Jen from The Chronicles of Home for sharing her stunning home with us on Friday!
Happy Spring friends,

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  1. I think that is lovely. I never seem to take time to do seasonal things like that (except atChristmas), and I love that you do.

    Thank you for sharing.

  2. These are so pretty, been thinking I need to add some eggs around the house…esp need a shot of spring now since we got another 8″ of snow today. Ugh. And of course, you’re welcome for Fri, and thank YOU again for including me in such a fun series 🙂

  3. These Easter Decorations are soo cute. I am gearing up for Easter and I was excited to see your post. Thanks for sharing. I have a weekly Link Up Party on Thursdays that just opened!! I’m sure our readers would love to see this post. Hope to see you there at

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