Easter Egg Trees


Growing up, my mother always hung plastic eggs from the two ornamental cherry trees in our front yard.  Back then, not many people did that – so the kids on the school bus really got a kick out of it!  I hope you’ll get a kick of inspiration out of these. marthas egg tree Easter Egg Trees




pussywillow egg tree via martha Easter Egg Trees  



easter egg tree via martha Easter Egg Trees



easter tree via martha Easter Egg Trees





silver easter tree via martha Easter Egg Trees




easter tree via theinspiredroom net Easter Egg Trees

 

egg tree via travelwebshots Easter Egg Trees

 

 

Photo Credits:  Martha Stewart, TheInspiredRoom (second to last), TravelWebshots (last).

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Comments

  1. Dianne Tant says:

    I have a small white egg (it also has little bunnies) tree that was my Mom’s..I treasure it and put it out every easter. the grandkids love to play with it

  2. Michelle L. says:

    Kristie, in the first picture…. is that a picture you took? I’m trying to figure out whether those are plastic eggs. And if so, how did they attach the ribbons? Hot glue? I have a tree just like that and I love how it looks with the Easter eggs! These are all pretty!

  3. Michelle, the first picture is Martha Stewart. Target has some bagged plastic eggs in vivid colors like these – less pastel, more saturated colors. No need to hot glue the ribbons – just open the egg, put an inch of the ribbon inside and close up the egg. Of course, the eggs will hang horizontally this way. If you want them to hang vertically, you could put small holes in the tip end of the eggs, thread through some ribbon and make a knot on the inside so the ribbon stays put.

  4. Michelle says:

    I was one of those kids on the school bus, and I remember your mom’s trees! I think that’s where you get your fervor for holiday decorating.

    It’s time for me to cut some forsythia branches before they bloom. I force them inside, and that’s where I hang our Easter eggs.

  5. Great idea, Michelle! I think I’ll go cut a few branches and try that myself!

  6. that is soo sweet

  7. Bev Stock says:

    On the next to last photo is a tree exactly what I am looking for. Where did you purchase it? Thank you.

  8. can I purchase a tree from you?

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