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8 Darling Eggshell Gardens

This year, while you’re making your delicious easter treats, be sure to save the egg shells! These 8 eco-friendly eggshell gardens prove that eggs can be used for more than just dyeing and hiding.

1. Precious Pastels

Image Source: The Seattle Times
Image Source: The Seattle Times

Use coleus seedlings, tiny succulents or colorful miniature African violets, to create a bite sized pastel arrangement that’s just perfect for spring! (via The Seattle Times)

2. Eggshell Flower Centerpiece

Image Source: Little Inspiration
Image Source: Little Inspiration

Fresh cut flowers nestled in elegant eggshell vases are a charming way to celebrate spring! (via Little Inspiration)

3. Modern Centerpiece

Image Source: The Hunted Interior
Image Source: The Hunted Interior

Make a chic statement with this modern eggshell mini garden. (via The Hunted Interior)

4. Flower Egg Cups

Image Source: Taste of Home
Image Source: Taste of Home

Display your gorgeous eggshell decor in simple egg cups, for an eye-catching arrangement. (via Taste of Home)

5. Wheat Grass Eggshell Garden

Image Source: Thrive
Image Source: Thrive

Celebrate spring by sprouting some wheatgrass! If you’re looking for a color boost, dye your eggs in vivid hues before planting. (via Thrive)

6. Organic Seed Pots

Image Source: Monica Bennett
Image Source: Monica Bennett

One of the coolest things about this beautiful DIY is that it’s created out of all natural elements! (via Monica Bennett)

7. Unexpected Elements

Image Source: Le Robins Nest
Image Source: Le Robins Nest

Add tiny touches of unusual elements-like moss, to create a standout little garden. (via Le Robins Nest)

8. Succulent Planters

image source: robin clement
image source: robin clement

Even small succulents can be planted into eggshells. This garden is beautiful, trendy, and without breaking the bank!

The Disney Conservation Fund, in honor of its 20th anniversary, announced a new effort—the Reverse the Decline, Increase the Time Initiative—that is aimed at reversing the decline of 10 threatened species through scientific research, nonprofit and community collaboration, and increasing the time kids spend in nature to inspire them to care for the planet.

For more information, visit thewaltdisneycompany.com/environment.

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