Last week I shared a tablescape for an early Easter Brunch. I realized there was something missing… Place cards. I quickly whipped up a couple of fun DIY chalkboard eggs “place cards” using plastic eggs and chalkboard paint.
I know it’s only a few days until Easter, but this is super fast and easy to do. (It took just minutes to do and about 30 minutes to dry.)
Grab some chalkboard paint and paint some plain plastic eggs. Do not use the eggs that come apart so you can fill them with candy, etc. The seam will show. I repainted some foam eggs that were a previous craft project gone wrong.
It seriously can’t be any easier. Write your guests’ names on the eggs and then display them. I love them sitting in little vintage champagne glasses in a “nest” of fresh rosemary. I happen to have this growing in my backyard, but you could use just about anything… even lettuce right out of the fridge. (See? I told you it was easy.)
What are you doing for Easter?
Whitney @ Drab to Fab Design says
These are super super cute!! 🙂
Chandeen Santos says
I love this idea. I never host Easter, but if I did, I would totally do this.
PJ @ Planned in Pencil says
I like the idea of a lettuce leaf, then you could have it double as an appetizer. Sit here, and enjoy your lettuce leaf!
Love these Viv!
Gwendolyn Whitfield says
How cool! They look so neat nested in the Rosemary!