Spring has indeed, sprung! Celebrate Easter — and the end of a long winter — with this easy, exuberant idea that is sure to delight your rabbits both big and small.

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Go ahead and put all your eggs in one basket. These shaded shells resemble a spring sunrise when together. Take a combination of brown and white eggs, and dye half of them in faint lavender or bronze; then spray contrasting colors on all of the tops. Set them in a large oval basket made of pussy willow branches, and nestle in a gleaming focal point — a single "golden egg" — for good luck.

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What you need


How to do it

Part 1

Step 1

Set aside half of eggs. Dissolve dyes in hot water according to package directions. Divide remaining eggs roughly evenly among dye baths; submerge 2 minutes. Transfer to paper towels and let dry.

Step 2

Meanwhile, set 1 reserved undyed egg in carton and carefully spray-paint top from directly overhead in a contrasting color. Transfer spray-painted egg to a clean carton to dry. Repeat with remaining undyed and dyed eggs, except for one undyed egg.

Step 3

Optional: Spray paint reserved egg gold; let dry.


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