The other day I went Easter decor shopping at Hobby lobby. I saw a a very similar piece of decor that gave me inspiration for making this Easter-egg flower pot. The one they had was not to my liking, the pot they used was a cheap silver tin pot. In classic DIYer mode, I quickly brainstormed how I could make the same thing but of course a lot cuter! I am very happy with how it turned out and I was surprised how easy this project is. This is a great project to do with your kids too. Check out my DIY video first than read the blog below it.
Not pictured is the second flower pot. I was actually able to make two of these for under $10 total. An option is to paint your flower pot the color you desire. I used my homemade chalkpaint to paint my pot. You can check out my DIY chalkpaint tutorial here. https://youtu.be/O1BlEs07S3c
Put the floral foam in the flower pot. The floral foam I got at the dollar tree fits perfectly into this pot.
Place the artificial moss on top of the floral foam.
Set aside the flower pot and get your foam eggs and toothpicks out. This is the fun part! Stick a toothpick in each one of the foam eggs.
Push the toothpick through the moss and into the foam. Arrange the eggs to your liking.
I had some artificial flowers from hobby lobby. I cut them off their stem and stuck them in between the eggs and into the foam.
I love how these turned out! This project takes about 20 minutes. Get creative and have fun with it. I hope you enjoy making it as much as I do. Comment below with any questions.