I decided to redo an old reader favorite, my decorated eggs from 4 years ago! Each Spring, this post garners lots of requests to include it in egg round ups and 1000s of visits from intrigued readers! I love the simplicity of those eggs, and wanted to do a fun Spring project with Zoe. I found these incredibly realistic wooden eggs. They’re $4 for a set of six, and we LOVE them! Zoe’s played with them every day since they arrived!
Today, we walked around our yard to find anything that was blooming. There wasn’t much, so we supplemented with some fresh herbs. This is hardly a DIY “project” because it simply involves choosing some natural elements (small blooms/buds and greens) and tying them onto your wooden eggs. What I love most about the project this time around, though, is the wooden eggs! They won’t crack or rot and you don’t have to empty/clean them out!
I love celebrating this time of year with my girls. Yesterday we went to a playground until 6:45, and we hadn’t eaten dinner yet (crazy for us; we never go out in the evening)! Sooo much daylight, and I just want to soak it all up! This is the first year Zoe’s old enough to ask great questions about the world around her! She’s so inquisitive and asks about everything. Why do flowers bloom? Why are the worms in the dirt? Why is the ground wet? We just planted some strawberry seeds, and will be doing lots more garden prep & planting in the next several weeks! What are you favorite Spring projects for your little ones?
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[…] ^ If you do not have food dye at hand, then this is a really nice and super simple idea. Rebecca from A Daily Something shared how you can easily decorate eggs by using natural elements, and I love how they turned out. She used wooden eggs which is great at they do not crack, but since you might not have that yourself regular eggs will work fine too. Go foraging in your garden or any nearby nature to find small blooms, greens or even use fresh herbs. Find all information here. […]