This year, while you’re making your delicious easter treats, be sure to save the egg shells! These 11 eco-friendly eggshell gardens prove that eggs can be used for more than just dyeing and hiding!
11 Darling Eggshell Gardens 1 of 12Click through for sweet spring inspiration!
Beautiful Blooms 2 of 12Fresh cut flowers nestled in elegant eggshell vases are a charming way to celebrate spring!
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Modern Centerpiece 3 of 12Make a chic statement with this modern eggshell mini garden.
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Simple Arrangement 4 of 12Create beautiful egg vases by sticking thin stems through a small hole at the top of the egg!
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Egg Cup 5 of 12Display your gorgeous eggshell decor in simple egg cups, for an eye-catching arrangement.
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Colorful Wheat Grass Garden 6 of 12Celebrate spring by sprouting some wheatgrass! If you're looking for a color boost, dye your eggs in vivid hues before planting.
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Label It 7 of 12Planting a variety of seeds? Don't forget to create labels, like these cute coffee-stirrer tags, to keep track of your plants!
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Organic and Earthy 8 of 12If you're digging the all natural look, use beautiful brown eggs, and fresh garden seedlings.
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Precious pastels 9 of 12Use coleus seedlings, tiny succulents or colorful miniature African violets, to create a bite sized pastel arrangement that's just perfect for spring!
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Organic Seed Pots 10 of 12One of the coolest things about this beautiful DIY is that it's created out of all natural elements!
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Unexpected Elements 11 of 12Add tiny touches of unusual elements-like moss, to create a standout little garden.
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Herb Garden 12 of 12Start your herb garden, and decorate for easter with this brilliant and adorable idea! Don't forget to make labels for each plant!
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