So this year has definitely been the year of the plastic Easter egg crafts. I'd like to think that for the most part, the things that I made are evergreen and can be used any time of year as they don't really scream Easter. But these adorable salt and pepper shakers are totally a holiday only craft. But since you probably already have the supplies on hand since you bought those hexagon tile from my mini spring succulent tutorial (wink, wink), you should be able to make a pair of these quick and have a set ready for Easter dinner just like that.
Now that you see just how cute these little spice shakers are, lets whip up a pair. Follow along for the full tutorial.
Begin by hot gluing the plastic egg to the marble tile making sure that the egg is centered and not tipped. You also want to make sure that the hot glue covers the two bottom holes so that the salt and pepper don't leak out once you fill the eggs.
Now use your paint pen to paint the edge of the tile and either the letter P or S on the egg. Repeat with the other egg and fill with either salt or pepper accordingly.
Now place them on your Easter table and let your guests have fun seasoning their dinner. These would also be a fun hostess gift if you aren't having Easter dinner at your house this year.
See, I told you it would be quick. What do you think? Want to class it up even more? Use gold eggs and omit the S and P. Now those are some fancy shakers!