By the time Easter rolls around each year, I’m looking for unique ways to decorate my home and table with color. This year, I decided I wanted to come up with a unique way of displaying my Easter eggs, and this centerpiece is just the ticket! I’m sure it’s no surprise to you that I have a surplus of cake stands around my house (hence my product line, Cake Plate Clings). I gathered up a few to play with, including a new bunny cake stand from Pottery Barn, and came up with this project.
Cake Stand (s) | Glass Dome (s) | Dyed Easter Eggs | Ribbon (I used Midori gingham ribbon) | Glue Dots
Holding your glass dome upside down, fill it carefully with an assortment of colors of dyed Easter eggs. My large dome took about 4 dozen eggs to fill up, the small one below held about 8 eggs. Once it is full, place your upside down cake stand on top of the dome opening and together, carefully flip right-side-up. Wrap ribbon around the base of the glass dome, securing it with glue dots.