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An Australian based lifestyle blog by Alexandria Mavis. A perfectly curated space the combines her love of home decor, style, design, DIY, and entertaining.

DIY // Pineapple Easter Egg

Alexandria Mavis

Pineapply Easter Egg DIY // From Gold Blog
Pineapply Easter Egg DIY // From Gold Blog

What you'll need //  

-eggs (white are best .. we couldn't find any here!)  

-yellow spray paint  

- a thumb tack, nail, safty pin etc

- tooth pick  

- green foliage  

Pineapply Easter Egg DIY // From Gold Blog

We prefer to blow the yoke out so our eggs last longer. Wash the eggs with warm water. Poke a small hole on the skinny side of the egg and then stick a tooth pick in the hole and break up the yolk inside (this will make it easier to come out). Then make another hole (a little larger) with the thumbtack on the fat end of the egg, wipe it clean and blow out the yolk. Once the egg is empty wash them out with hot water and let dry.

Pineapply Easter Egg DIY // From Gold Blog

Once your eggs are dry, spray paint them.

Pineapply Easter Egg DIY // From Gold Blog

Let the egg completely dry, take your thumb tack and make the hole at the skinny end a little bit larger. Then insert your green foliage and you have yourself an Easter Egg Pineapple!

Pineapply Easter Egg DIY // From Gold Blog
Pineapply Easter Egg DIY // From Gold Blog

See other DIY's here!