Hello, From The Pineapple Team!
We hope you had a good week! We'd like to take a minute to recognize that there are some crazy things happening in the world as of late. Though these events are unfortunate, we'd like to wish you our best wishes. We will get through this together.
As we are approaching the Easter Weekend or Long weekend for others, it is evident that most of the world will be continuing on another week of self-isolation and ultimately flattening the curve. This time of the year usually means meeting with family, Easter egg hunts and dinner parties whilst enjoying the long-awaited spring weather. Although this year will be different, we have a DIY project that will keep you entertained and is also quite festive! We hope you enjoy.
Pineapple Easter Eggs!
Things you'll need:
- Green Easter grass
- Permanent marker
- Candy or prizes if you plan to stuff your eggs
- Plastic Eggs with holes in the top
To start your pineapple Easter eggs, thread some baker’s twine through the holes in the top half of the egg so the strings were sticking out on top.
Next, grab a handful of Easter grass and use the strings sticking out to tie it on top of the egg. Double knot it and trim the excess string so your knot can hide in the grass.
Fold the easter grass up and fan it out a bit. Then trim from the outside at an angle so the grass in the middle is taller than towards the edges. This is what will give the egg that pineapple look.
Next, you can put the face on the pineapple, personalize it, make it cute! It doesn't have to be hard to draw! Two arched lines for eyes and add a couple of winged eyelashes. You could even do just a regular smiley face. You get the point! Fill them with candy, temporary tattoos, coins, or the promise of a one-on-one date and you’re set!
We hope you've enjoyed this week's blog and please feel free to send us your Pineapple egg creations on Instagram @thepineappleeverything. Stay safe, stay inside and We will see you next week with another blog. While you're here, check out our 3 favourite products of the week!
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