There are so many ways to make nice Easter eggs yourself on a creative way. We collected some of our favorite ideas for you to try. Have fun!
Dip Dyed Easter Eggs
What you need:
Neon food coloring
PAAS ” color cups ” dying kit
Here’s how it works:
The longer the egg in the dye bath is , the deeper the color will be . As a rule, you need 10 to 15 minutes a deep, luminous color.
Make craft a ladle of thick wire and use the shells you have on hand .
In order to create gradations of color, the egg dip once quickly for the brightest color.
Then dip the egg again , not quite as deep as the first time and leave it for 3 to 5 minutes to rest . Lift again to create a third band of color , and leave it in the dye for another 5 minutes or longer for a deeper color.
To create a two colored egg dip in one color , leave the egg on the drying rack for 15 minutes. Finally, dip the other end in a second color.
Have fun ! Read the full DIY tip on Oh Joy Blogs
Paint your Easter Eggs with watercolor
What you need:
Soft, thin brushes of different masses
How it works:
Let your imagination run wild and paint patterns, faces, mustaches or flowers on your eggs.
We are happy to welcome Walnut Mixstore in Groningen as one of our retailers. They have a fantastic collection of designers and brands such as Lennecke Wispelwey, Studio Snowpuppe, M.O.S.S Design, Depeapa and many more.
Have a nice day!
For the DOTS cushion and tea towel line we were inspired by the Memphis group. We translated this style from the 80′s with a modern twist. If you want to know more about it, the Dutch design plattform Designblvd.nl dedicated a whole blogpost to what they call New Memphis.
We received this nice picture of our new clothes Rack MOUNTAIN from our reseller Coos-je in the Netherlands.
We have a new Tea towel in our online shop, DOTS. Is is fresh, minimalistic and very graphic.
We love wallpaper. Wallpaper is the best way to spruce up an apartment. The Vintage & Design Store My Ex Boyfriend in Belgium made a selection of their favorite wallpaper designers and we are one of them (Nr. 4). We love the style of Asanderus, their use of soft tones with graphic lines is simply beautiful. Have a look at the complete blogpost over at My Ex Boyfriend.
Photowall from Sweden shared this cool picture of Ain Anerdalen in front of our new Soft Triangles wallpaper. We love it!
The Vintage & Scandinavian Design store My Ex Boyfriend from Belgium has the most fantastic pieces.
We really like the work of designer Lianne Siebring from Rotterdam. So we were really happy when she approached us for a collaboration.
More on that will follow. On the picture you see the table cabinet by Siebring & Zoetmulder and our new clothes hook. The cement candleholder by Merel Bekking is amazing!
Fine Little day is a brand we really like. Elisabeth Dunker’s designs are fresh, poetic and minimalistic at the same time. One of her best known designs is certainly the Gran cushion and wallpaper, you see it everywhere.
Her son Otto Dunker designed the Ohoy and Mountains line.
Have a look at her shop here.