Easter Egg Bouquet

By Noreen Doll.

When I first had the idea to make an Easter egg bouquet, I never expected it to turn out so well.

Easter Egg Bouquet by Crafty Journal

And all you do is insert a colorful egg in the center of each flower in a cluster.

Easter Egg Bouquet - Crafty Journal

I love how colorful this bouquet is!

Easter Egg Bouquet - Crafty Journal


Flower Stem with 5 to 7 Flowers

Colored Eggs with the contents blown out

Hot Glue or Tacky Glue

How to Make an Easter Egg Bouquet.

1. Color several eggs that have had the contents removed.

How to Blow an Egg - Crafty Journal

2. Remove enough of the center of each flower to allow an egg to fit.

Easter Egg Bouquet - Crafty Journal

I used a Daffodil cluster, and the center was a little snug. Rather than remove any of the flower, I cut the center section into thirds – which allowed the egg to fit.

Easter Egg Necklace - Crafty Journal

3. Check the fit of the egg in the flower, and then glue it in.

Easter Egg Bouquet - Crafty Journal

Repeat with the other flowers.

Easter Egg Bouquet - Crafty Journal

For a large centerpiece you could use several clusters in one vase, or use several smaller vases and place them around the center.

Easter Egg Bouquet - Crafty Journal

Noreen Doll

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  1. Another simple yet adorable Easter craft!

  2. Have never seen an Easter egg bouquet. Very pretty…

  3. What a cute idea, I would love for you to linkup some of your projects at my T.G.I.F. Linky Party :) Have a great day!

  4. What a cute idea – reminds me of blowing out eggs when I was younger. My mom always asked me to blow them out and I would get such a headache! This bouquet would make it all worthwhile!

  5. That is one nifty little trick – love it, Noreen!

  6. Thanks for linking to Create Link Inspire at The Crafty Blog Stalker. You have been featured and pinned! Thank you for sharing.

  7. That turned out so cute. thanks for sharing at TTF.

  8. This is such a lovely idea, esp with Easter just around the corner!

    Congrats – you are one of our featured guests at this week’s Inspire Me Monday party at Create With Joy!

  9. That is adorable and so unique! I might try this for my kitchen table vase. Thank you for sharing!

  10. This is a really cute idea! You explained the steps very well. I stopped by from the Share it One More Time party.

  11. This turned out really cute! I am so going to try this with some plastic eggs I found at Walmart a few days ago. THANK YOU for sharing with us on the Friday Frenzy link up, and we hope you’ll join us again this week!


  12. Love this idea for decorating at an Easter Brunch! Featuring at Family Fun Friday!


  13. What a pretty idea. Thanks for linking up to Sweet and Savoury Sunday, stop by and link up again this weekend!

  14. Isobel Morrell (@Coldhamcalling) says:

    That’s such a neat idea. Thanks so much for sharing – now for the fun of blowing the eggs!

  15. Jann Olson says:

    Cute idea. I love the bright colors! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  16. Lovely idea! And great tutorial! Thanks!

  17. Very cute!

  18. What a creative idea looks so cute!

  19. another fab and easy craft Noreen! Love the egg bouquet and so fun for Easter decorating! Who would have thought it would be so easy!?!? Thanks for linking to Snickerdoodle Sunday!

  20. Cute idea! I love daffodils, such a pretty spring flower! Thanks for linking to Motivational Monday! :)

  21. So cute and crafty! Thanks for sharing your project on the Monday Funday Party!

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