These are two of our favourite pictures this season, Sølvi knows how to capture those Tilda faces and bring them to life.
We thought they would make nice tags for Easter gifts, print them out on photo paper, cut out and make a hole for your string with a hole punch.
They work well with Tilda’s light blue grey Gingham gift-wrap and “Sally Brown” ribbon.
We love to decorate with bird’s nests for Easter, and this weekend is the perfect time to pick branches.
Pick soft branches from creepers, birch etc. and form a loose wrath, so that the branches dries in a circle form.
Leave the branches to dry inside for a few days then form little birds nests using thin brown or black wire to hold them together.
Bird’s nests are nice Easter table decorations in glass domes –
Have a great weekend!
– and look great in a vintage bowl or on an old plate.
Sometimes the easiest projects can be the most beautiful, and we love the rustic and romantic look of these very simple decorative candy eggs.
The eggs come in a kit containing materials for three sizes, and are a nice project to share with kids.
All you need in addition to the kit is a scissor, and your favorite Easter candy.