Easter Mercury Glass Eggs
are great kind of decorative glass eggs. You can say it’s next generation of the coloring eggs at Easter time which it was a common custom in England in the middle ages. Eggs were brightly colored to mimic the new, fresh colors of spring. The practice of decorating eggs was made even more famous by King Edward I of England who ordered 450 eggs to be gold-leafed and colored for Easter gifts in 1290.
What’s Easter without eggs and some decorating eggs too? No one can say no to this creative tradition that is fun at any age and brings family and friends together for a great fun holiday activity.
Table setting nest is also a great idea so you can create a spring-inspired table setting by putting faux-grass nests and placing Easter mercury glass eggs inside or next to the your plate. A bright bouquet can also completes the look.
With Easter mercury glass eggs you can sprinkle your Easter decor throughout your home — bookcases, tables and cabinets included. The choice is always yours: Place decorated eggs on porcelain stands, napkin holders, candle holders, wood craft rings, or even colored paper cupcake liners for an extra oomph.
For a Tulip tablescape touch you can add a white tulips with Easter mercury glass eggs and glassware paired with gold silverware makes for a welcoming Easter tablescape. Don’t forget to add some bunnies decor as a finishing table touch.
Use plastic grass and decorated eggs to adorn an indoor or outdoor with some Easter mercury glass eggs. It’s the perfect way to make use of the mercury glass eggs at Easter time.
If your love the holiday decor so you came to the right place ,all of us we do love this kind of etched glass eggs. they are Classic, elegant and timeless.
Still merely dunking an Easter egg in dye? This Easter, take your eggs one step further with these different decorating techniques this year with Easter mercury glass eggs . All of the designs are easy and inexpensive to create, and all of the designs are available in some of supermarket and craft store or online stores.
Gather few sturdy branches from your yard or local florist or ask your neighbors for them if you don’t have a yard. Place the branches in a heavy vase.
Then gather blown out the Easter mercury glass eggs or some of the lightweight faux craft eggs. Cut a 25-inch piece of thin some colored ribbons. Using hot glue, attach the bottom of the egg to the midpoint of the ribbon. Wrap the ribbon around the egg and attach to the top of the egg with hot glue. Once dry, tie the eggs onto the branches and trim excess ribbon to make amazing Easter egg tree.
The beauty of Easter decorations are their variety. They can be bold and bright or subtle and elegant, like a napkin bunny ear. It’s very easy for you to make it. First, fold a napkin in half to make a triangle, then roll into a long strip and fold in half again. Thread a six-inch pipe cleaner through a bead and secure around the napkin and insert mercury glass egg inside the napkin bunny head. Insert three 3-inch pipe cleaners through the beads as whiskers.
You also can fell free to attach Easter mercury glass eggs to your Easter table and spread it between your table with its magnificent colors to give the table the spirit of Easter.
Give your floral centerpieces rustic flair. To make, bundle a half dozen milk jars with colorful string or twine, and then fill with your favorite blooms and then spread the Easter mercury glass eggs between these Jars to make a stunning table decor.