DIY Blueberry Dyed Easter Eggs + Toasted Coconut Nest Tablescape

DIY PROJECT, Holiday DIY

ispydiy_eastertablescape DIY Blueberry dyed Easter Eggs and Toasted Coconut nests are my Easter tablescape must haves this year! To compliment the beautiful dish and glassware, I wanted to try dying Easter eggs with natural ingredients. I stepped out of my color comfort zone and choose a blue theme, and made my dye from blueberries. You can use fresh or frozen Blueberries, but I found the frozen yielded a deeper blue. I used Martha’s tutorial for dyeing with natural ingredients (she suggests cabbage for blue eggs) It was super simple! Next up, I toasted shaved coconut in pan on low heat on the stove, then formed it into little nests while warm to put in the bowls. Add a chocolate egg for a sweet little treat! 

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All the shopping links after the break!

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Shopping links for my Easter Tablescape! 

Martha Stewart Ceramic Egg Tray
Martha Stewart Ceramic Berry Basket
Martha Stewart Gold Stem Red Wine Glasses, Set of 4
Martha Stewart Gold Stem White Wine Glasses, Set of 4
Fiddlehead Champagne 20-Pc. Flatware Set, Service for 4
Set of 4 Cut-Glass High Ball Glasses
Chambray 60″ x 120″ Tablecloth


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  1. Michelle says:

    What a beautiful idea, they look gorgeous!
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  2. Marcelli says:

    Beauty, beauty table!

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