Pastel Wreath

Pastel Wreath

Feature 13277478 | © living4media / Algermissen, Astrid | 12 images

This year, the Easter eggs are being treated to a coat of spray paint, not dye

While dyeing eggs is without a question quite a lot of fun, it is exciting to change things up a bit from year to year. And so, this year's eggs will receive a pastel coat of spray paint. They look especially good against a bright backdrop, or as part of an Easter wreath!

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