Wrapping paper is the building material for this artful centerpiece. Pick colors that echo your linens, and form shreds into a nest.

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decorated Easter eggs in a bowl

Anchor it with découpaged eggs, then set everyone's place with a fritillaria stem or two—and you've just decorated your table for a song.

Also pictured: John Derian and Astier de Villatte Plates, $132 each, johnderian.com. John Derian and Astier de Villatte Plates Soup Bowls, $128 each, johnderian.com. Walter G. Granada linen, in Moss (used as tablecloth), walter-g.com. Crate & Barrel Helena Linen Dinner Napkins, in Sage Green (similar to shown), $8 each, crateandbarrel.com.

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What you need

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How to do it

Part 1

Step 1

Cut paper into strips about two inches long and a quarter-inch wide.

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Step 2

Brush them with matte découpage glue and smooth onto papier-mâché eggs; let dry.

Step 3

Snip sheets of another pattern into about 60 strips, each 3/8 inch wide and 18 inches long, with scissors or a paper trimmer. (You can use a shredder, too.)

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Step 4

Twist the whole bunch in your hands, as if you were putting your hair into a bun, then nestle the swirl in a shallow bowl. Top with eggs.

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