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The pleasant floral scent in the air reminds me to welcome the spring season. And with Easter just around the corner, it is the perfect time to start working on another adorable Easter craft.
Today I’ll show you, how to make a DIY Floating teacup centerpiece for Easter. This simple tea cup and saucer craft are easy to make using Dollar Store craft supplies.
And I’m sure your guests will be stunned by the floating teacup craft ideas.
The best part of this teacup centerpiece is it is decorated with colorful eggs, flowers, bunnies, and chicks. It pretty much covers all the major elements that represent the spirit of Easter.
When I first saw the floating teacup spring craft on Pinterest, I was stunned by the illusion. I was very curious to know, how the cup stands in the air? What’s the trick behind it?
Later I came to know, that there is no secret. It was a simple fork bend in an S shape. But there is a trick involved in it to make it look like it’s hanging in the air. That I will explain later in the DIY floating tea cup tutorial.
Let’s start before the Easter bunny knocks on your door…lol
Supplies you need
- Bone China teacup
- A Spare folk – The trick here is to find a thin fork, that u can easily bend or you can use a wire from an old coat hanger.
- Gorilla glue
- Artificial flowers
- Mini colorful Easter eggs
- Mini decorative chicks
- Mini foam carrots for decoration
Bend the tip of the fork up with the help of a plier, and bend the fork in such a way that it perfectly sits on the saucer and the cup.
Similarly, you also need to bend the other end of the fork slightly to fit in the cup. You just need to play with it, bending the folk till you get the perfect angle for your cup and saucer.
Once you’ve done, start sticking the bottom part of the fork with the gorilla glue, to stick the fork. And let it sit overnight.
I know, for some of you the teacup is still not balanced to stand up. Don’t panic, I have a simple fix for it. Take a few rocks and hot glue them near the center of the saucer as a counterweight. Keep adding the rocks till your structure stands up.
Next, we need to cover the saucer and fork with moss. For that, put some hot glue over the saucer and fork and add a generous amount of moss. make sure it covers the whole fork.
Now comes the fun part, when we decorate it with flowers and greenery. Start with a few drops of hot glue over the moss. And stick flowers, tiny greenery stems, Easter eggs, chicks, and tiny carrots.
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The gorgeous pastel-colored flowers glued with tiny eggs and greenery in the background make it a perfect Easter centerpiece.
Check out the cute chick nest inside the cup giving an elegant touch. Bright yellow flowers and beaded eggs enhance the beauty.
Floating tea cup craft decorated with tiny daisy and purple flowers that perfectly match the spring theme.
Try this chick house floating teacup Easter decoration. Use tiny foam eggs and green moss to give the chick farm look.
This colorful Easter centerpiece is decorated with pastel eggs, chicks, and flowers.
The colorful spring flowers decorated with leaves, foam eggs, and chicks make it an awesome Easter centerpiece
This floating tea cup is filled with chicks and colorful Easter eggs.
In the saucer, you can add many elements like – marbles, tiny plants, greenery, and flowers to make it look full.
Tiny blue flowers stand out in the background to give a unique look to the craft.
Shiny Easter eggs in combination with purple flowers. The tiny bunny in the center complements the Easter theme.
This is another great idea where you can use twigs and dry branches to make a nest in the center Then decorate it with flowers, green branches, and foam eggs.
This centerpiece is very classy and elegant with the perfect combination of pastel colors.
Eggs don’t have to be tiny all the time. Try with bigger Easter eggs to make a gorgeous floating teacup craft.
If you enjoyed this post or want to save it for your inspiration, please pin it on the Easter crafts board on your Pinterest.