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March 7, 2013

Gorgeous Easter/spring tutorial.
1. Have a really big omelette today! When you crack the eggs, try and keep the break nearer one end. Wash the eggs very gently. I managed by putting a little washing up liquid on my finger and swirling gently inside the egg and rinsing with warm water. Don’t try and dry them; they are fragile. Leave them to air dry. (You could eat the omelette at this point!) When they’re dry paint each of them a lovely different colour. I always have matchpots for this purpose. Leave to dry.

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2. Trim the base of an egg box, I specifically bought eggs in a nice coloured box. It wouldn’t look as good with the pulpy coloured ones. Put the dry, painted eggs in, in an order which pleases you.

 

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3. Put tiny flowers and leaves in. I used pieces from some artificial ones I had, but you could add a little water and use fresh ones. The secret is not to overfill…one flower per egg is plenty. How sweet is that???

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2 Comments
  1. This is adorable I would love this on my centre table for Easter family meal.

  2. Such a great idea… what a way to get ready for Easter

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