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Easter eggs

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Sticker Easter Eggs How-To

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Easter Egg Tree

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In Germany and Austria, it's customary to celebrate Easter by hanging hollow eggs from the branches of trees. This year, bring the tradition indoors by creating a unique display for your blown and decorated eggs.
Materials
  • Ice bucket (optional)
  • Floral foam (optional)
  • Grass (optional)
  • Branches, such as pussy willow, flowering quince, magnolia, forsythia, or cherry blossom
  • Vase (optional)
  • Pebbles (optional)
  • Ribbon
  • Large-eyed needle
  • Blown and decorated eggs
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Egg Garland

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Stenciled Eggs

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Jeweled Eggs

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Adorned with artificial flowers and shimmering with Swarovski crystals, these hanging eggs make a dazzling addition to any Easter decor. As Martha explains, you can suspend them in front of a window, on a decorative tree, or even from a chandelier.
Materials
  • Blown-out eggs
  • Pewter paste (optional)
  • Latex gloves, if using pewter paste
  • Paper towel, if using pewter paste
  • 20-inch length of .5 millimeter jewelry elastic
  • Teardrop-or pear-shaped Swarovski crystal bead with horizontal hole
  • Fabric flowers
  • Wire cutters
  • Beading needle, for smaller eggs
  • 6-inch piece of wire and pliers, for larger eggs
  • Needle or Dremel drill, if using store-bought blown eggs
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Dot Design Easter Eggs

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Fancy Eggs

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