10 Rose Gold DIYs for Easter
Add some glam to your Easter decor with handmade crafts and gifts all decked out in this season's shimmery new hue.
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Gilded Rose Gold Decorative Eggs
For a chic, shimmery basket of eggs, try gold gilding. You can find liquid guiding paint at most big-box craft stores. For tiny details and faster drying time, use a liquid gilding pen. Remember: while gilding is very pretty, it's also potent. This is definitely an outside craft.
Rose Gold Bunny Ears
These adorable, handmade bunny ears from Little Blue Olive are a great Easter basket addition or prop for family photos.
Rose Gold Napkin Holders
If you're hosting Easter, make your guests smile with personalized napkin rings. These handmade rings from Details and Decor feature thick rose gold wire bent into pretty cursive for each guest's place setting.
Edible Rose Gold
Edible paint is great for turning a plain-Jane cake into a sparkling work of art. You can find rose gold luster dust and paint at specialty cake shops or in the baking section in some craft stores. To copy this Art Deco look, check out the how-to here.
Rose Gold Bunny Earrings
These handmade earrings from Black Dog Jewelry are made of rose gold wire and, if that wasn't cute enough, a Swarovski crystal for the little bunny tail.
Rose Gold Buffet
Hosting Easter brunch? Add embellishments to the buffet with rose gold menus and food markers. You don't need the expensive stuff for this. A rose gold picture frame from the dollar store is a great menu board. Just write on the glass with a dry-erase marker and voila: fancy Sunday brunch.
Rose Gold Candles
You don't need to buy new decorations for a tablescape. Repurpose decor you already have with just a little paint. Give plain taper candles a shimmery new look with a touch of rose gold paint. Get the how-to from Oleander and Palm.
Rose Gold Cupcake Toppers
No time to bake for Easter? These cute, glittery bunny toppers from Jamboree Party Box dress up any store-bought cake.
Rose Gold Leaf Eggs
If you don't want the mess (and stained hands) of egg dye, try gold leaf. These rose gold eggs from Say Yes Blog look so swanky, especially paired with trendy, pale pink decor. Get the how-to here.
Rose Gold Washi Tape Eggs
If you don't like the mess of egg dye or glitter, try washi tape! It's an easy, mess-free activity for the little ones. For a sophisticated look, try metallic washi tape in geometric patterns.