• {DIY} Easy Easter Egg Escort Cards

    Having an Easter weekend wedding or party?  This egg escort card/place card idea would be perfect for you!

    Supplies needed:
    -eggs (hard boiled)
    -chalkboard paint
    -small paint brush
    -chalk

    Paint your eggs with chalkboard paint, let dry, write names and table assignments (for escort cards, or just name for place cards) and voila!  You’re done.  Simple, easy, and super cute.

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    These would also be really cute for a farm wedding!
    Chalkboard eggs are also just a fun way to decorate your eggs for easter, and let your kids (or the kid in you) draw and decorate on them.  How cute are these!? 
    {Source:  Homemade Simple}
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    7 Comments

    1. Posted Apr 19 at 5:33 am | Permalink

      Love this, so cute! I love all the ideas you post on here, so helpful and refreshing!

      Sarah D. with The Stationery Bakery

    2. Posted Apr 19 at 11:45 am | Permalink

      gah!! these are so cute!!

    3. Posted Apr 19 at 5:13 pm | Permalink

      So so cute! I just love this idea…

    4. Posted Apr 24 at 12:01 am | Permalink

      Such a fabulous idea! I’ve featured you on my blog at http://www.thislilpiglet.net/2011/04/hoppy-easter.html

    5. Posted Apr 24 at 9:11 pm | Permalink

      Eeks ~ these are darling!!! And really a wuite simple DIY idea! Thanks for sharing!

      xoxo
      kristi

    6. Posted Sep 20 at 5:53 am | Permalink

      Hello
      I love these for my wedding …. how long before can you do them as in will they smell after a while?!
      Charlotte x

      • Posted Sep 20 at 6:36 am | Permalink

        Hi Charlotte. Yes, as any hardboiled egg, they will spoil and smell after a while. I think they’ll last about a week in the refrigerator… Hope that helps!

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