A colorful array of origami paper is essential for brightly patterned decoupage eggs.
Frank begins snipping his origami paper to fit the egg.
After applying glue sealant to the origami paper, Andrew wraps the paper around the center of his egg.
Cutting pointed strips on either side of the paper. Eventually, these triangles will be glued to the ends of the egg.
Carefully applying adhesive to the inside of the paper strips.
Delicately setting the sticky strips into place at the end of the egg.
After brushing glue over the egg to seal, we're left with a beautifully patterned decoupage egg.
These jewel-toned decoupage eggs are nearly dry.
Malik shows off his spring-hued decoupage Easter egg.
A collection of cheery decoupage eggs tucked into a metal tin makes a pretty Easter display.
Painting the blown-out egg with adhesive using a small paintbrush.
MSLO staffers carefully cover their eggs with adhesive.
Gradually wrapping gold leaf around the adhesive-covered egg.
Daniel shows off his gorgeous golden egg.
Genevieve displays her trio of dazzling gilded eggs.
Wrapping brown rope wire onto a wreath frame -- this will become the base of the nest.
Ashley weaves the pussy willow branches around the curve of the frame.
Bending the branches can be tricky -- we used the rope twine to secure the willow branches in place.
Ashley and Tiffany show off their completed pussy willow nest. Now, all it needs are a few eggs.
These colorful eggs fit snugly into the pussy willow nest, creating an enchanting Easter display.
A fuzzy pom-pom chick and these decorated eggs symbolize rebirth -- and complete this grassy nest. The end result? A very special spring display.
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Easter Main Dishes
Martha's Easter Baskets
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