Styling an Easter Sugar Mold

Hello friends! Today I want to share a quick little post showing you how to style a rustic sugar mold for Easter. Once all my eggs are colored and beautiful from the cabbage and blueberry dye, I need the perfect way to display them. To be honest, I had forgotten about this little sugar mold, but when I saw it I knew it would be perfect. So, with just a few tweaks and tricks, I’ll show you all about styling an Easter sugar mold.

styling an Easter sugar mold

Let’s add some Easter style!

In this picture you can see how deep the sugar mold is. I want to add green moss, but just a minimal amount. So, I need to fill each hole almost to the top with a different material. I’ll use a material we all probably have on hand, plastic grocery bags. They are great to recycle for little projects just like this. Simply cut a bag into two pieces because the holes are small enough that half of a bag fits perfectly. It will take two and one half bags for this project.

styling an Easter sugar mold
styling an Easter sugar mold
styling an Easter sugar mold

Once all the holes are filled about three-fourths the way up with the plastic bags, add some green moss on top. You can fluff the plastic easily to make all the holes equivalent.

styling an Easter sugar mold
styling an Easter sugar mold

Now that all the holes are filled, all that’s left to do is with styling this Easter sugar mold is to place your eggs. So easy and inexpensive, but adds a perfect pop of color to the table and space.

styling an Easter sugar mold

What do you think?? I just fell in love with the soft, muted colors of cabbage dyeing, and now that the eggs are paired with this rustic sugar mold I LOVE them even more!!

I’m so glad you were here friend! Don’t forget to follow along on all social media, including Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook, and You Tube!! See ya again soon!!

Angela

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