Spring Topiaries

A fun and cute Spring welcome to your door!
The plastic eggs are a set of three eggs within each other from Hobby Lobby (the pink ones are the ones on the outside and the largest), the green egg is inside the blue ones which are inside the pink ones. I will use these extra eggs for Easter fun for the grandchildren.
Directions:
The eggs have a hole drilled in the bottom with a spade bit. The 1 inch dowel rod was painted and distressed and then pushed through the hole to the top of the egg. The dowel rod/egg is then set in plaster paris which is poured into a coffee can. The can is then set into the urns and covered with colored grass.
I bought these urns years ago and continue to change the topiaries seasonally.
Here is a previous post of how I make the topiaries: http://www.shellknoblakegirl.com/milestones/fall-front-porch
Added a little bow.
Finally a cute rabbit that looks like he is praying and Toby, my Wheaten Terrier.

Minnie's Milestones by Jonni
Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
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  • Susan Palmieri Susan Palmieri on Mar 04, 2016
    Adorable! Where did you find the eggs?

  • Lou Tiller Lou Tiller on Mar 04, 2016
    How do you attach the eggs to the stick?

  • Carol Harper Crawford Carol Harper Crawford on Mar 04, 2016
    Help, please I have been looking for years for large Easter eggs. I looked on hobby lobby and couldn't find them??? Thank you, Carol

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  • Lea Grossman Lea Grossman on Mar 06, 2016
    Cute!

  • Edith Avila Edith Avila on Mar 06, 2016
    They have these eggs at your local Walmart in the Easter/seasonal section. They are $12.84 and come in a set of 3 nested eggs. I just bought them there. Happy hunting!

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