Easter is just around the corner. Seems like it snuck up on us this year, huh?
If you are still putting the final touches on your Easter brunch menu – and haven’t had much time to think about table decor – then I am here to save the day!
These quick and easy Easter place cards are…well, quick and easy!
To make the place cards, you will need a few empty toilet paper/paper towel rolls (depending on how many people you are hosting), green paint, a pair of scissors, hard boiled eggs and a sharpie.
Start by painting the outside of your paper rolls. While drying, you can start boiling your eggs.
Once the paint is dry, use your scissors and cut in blades of grass. Once you have them all cut, you will want to paint the visible parts of the inside as well so you don’t have two-toned grass. Unless that’s what you’re going for 😉
When the eggs are finished, dry them off and write the names of each guest towards the top of the egg.
Place the egg in your cardboard grass and you’re done!
Not a hard-boiled egg fan? This would also work well with colored plastic eggs. Bonus points if you hide treasures inside like chocolate, or a “you get to be served first” ticket (not which sure which one is the better deal)
P.S. This is my first post in my new “make it fast Monday” series. See you next week!