Découpage Easter Eggs
An easy, hassle-free way to decorate Easter eggs! Use any napkins with fun designs or patterns.
- Hard boiled eggs
- Egg white, lightly beaten
- Pastry brush
- Open up the napkin and separate the printed layer from the white layers.
- Brush your egg with egg whites and place your napkin on the egg. Gently smooth it out, until it covers the entire egg. Brush over the napkin with egg whites.
- Cut off any extra napkin and brush down the edges. Lay the egg on a paper towel to dry.
We dyed eggs in our tea and got some unexpected results! Learn how to make your own naturally colored Easter eggs by following our easy directions.
Decorating eggs this year for Easter? Last year we dyed ours with tea! They came out looking like little planets or dinosaur eggs, depending on who you ask :)
Have a cup of good cheer!
Need a last minute Holiday card? Simply print and gift this specially designed card. We recommend printing it on card-stock or thick white paper.
Download it here!
Check out our Summer Party Pinterest board for fun ideas for your next party!
Don’t forget to enter our Pin It to Win It Summer Iced Tea Party Giveaway for your chance to win an instant iced tea party pack!
DIY Mint Ice
Decorate your summer drinks with fun and colorful ice! Try these easy-to-make cubes the next time you host a summer party.
We’ve put together a free online magazine of refreshing tea recipes and fun DIY projects to spice up your summer! Read it here.
DIY your own drink parasols! These fun umbrellas won’t keep your iced drinks cold, but they make a great added feature to any summer party!
Glue or tape
Our parasol patterns
Cut your wooden skewers to a couple of inches longer than the height of your drinking glasses.
Download and print our umbrella designs onto plain white paper. Cut them out with scissors, then cut along the dotted line.
Create a cone by slightly overlapping the edges; secure using a glue stick or tape underneath. Poke a skewer through the underside of the cone’s point and place inside your cup.