Add the ultimate springtime style to your Easter eggs with pressed flowers and foliage
Skip the dip dye this year and go for an organic touch for this year’s Easter egg decorating. With the help of a little Mod Podge and pressed flowers and leaves from your garden, it’s not only easy to execute but also low on mess. This Easter craft could make for a great addition to an Easter egg garland, or a fun (and stylish!) way to make the eggs a little harder to spot when they’re hidden in the garden. We’re using a traditional Easter egg in the video (in other words, white), but this project can easily be done on bright Easter eggs after the coloring stage, or even on plastic eggs with Easter candy sealed inside.