- Spray the colored Easter egg inside and out. Let it dry for at least 24 hours but ideally more. You don’t want to suffocate your new plats with toxic fumes.
- Start by laying moss in the egg. I used two different types of moss–the green stuff and the white stuff as shown in the picture–so it would add variety
- Place in your air plants.
photography by Trisha Zemp and Brittany Jepsen
What to do with your leftover Easter eggs
Have some leftover Easter eggs that you don’t know what to do with? Why not put them to use for crafting? If you’re planning an Easter brunch or dinner party, spray paint your Easter eggs in different colors to create this table runner. Or use them to create these Easter egg name settings. Repurpose your plastic eggs to create a work of art, like these botanical Easter eggs. Plus, painting Easter eggs is a fun activity to do with friends and family! It’s a win-win. When those Easter egg hunting days are over, reuse your plastic Easter eggs as gifts! Fill them with these Easter printables for the cutest (and easiest!) gifts.