In Germany and Scandinavia, it's a custom to decorate an Easter tree with pastel eggs. Our take features tiny nests that hummingbirds might call home.

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How to do it

Part 1

Step 1

Place flowering branches, such as cherry or quince, in a vase.

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Step 2

Stuff mini nests with dried moss and foam eggs. Nestle some into the forks of the branches.

Step 3

To suspend others, poke three twigs from your yard into each nest, pushing gently till they catch in its layers. Then tie the other ends together with cord, slide them onto the branches, and set them afloat.

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