Easter Centerpiece: Coral Ombré Eggs

by Leslie on April 3, 2012

For the second day of my Easter week extravaganza, I’m sharing an idea for a centerpiece – a coral ombré egg centerpiece. I can’t seem to get enough of the color coral these days and an ombré effect is always a winner in my book. I created this shade by combining the pink and orange tablets from a regular old PAAS egg dye kit. They didn’t all turn out perfect, some eggs ended up orange with pink spots, but I kind of love those imperfections. To achieve the ombré effect, I simply varied their time in the dye, ranging from 1 minute to 10 minutes. It was a quick and easy project and when placed in a milk glass pedestal bowl or a clear glass vase, they become an inexpensive and dramatic centerpiece for your Easter table.

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Unfounddoor April 18, 2012 at 12:23 pm

This is a great idea and came ou t looking so nice – wish I’d found it pre-Easter. Coral is definitely having a moment, isn’t it? Funny how the collective consciousness works.


Leslie April 18, 2012 at 11:31 pm

Thanks! I know – I realized everything I’ve bought in the past month has been coral.


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