No need for meticulous cutting: A loose trim around the designs will do, as the napkins' edges will blend into the eggshells.
Chipboard baskets, packed with the colorful creations and holiday sweets, are decorated with coordinating tags.
Blow Out Eggs
1. Pierce both ends of a raw egg using the tip of a sharp craft knife. Twist knife gently in holes to widen them slightly, with bottom hole a bit larger.
2. Poke a straightened paper clip into the larger hole; pierce yolk, and stir.
3. Hold egg, larger hole down, over a bowl. Insert the tip of a rubber ear syringe (available at drugstores) into smaller hole. Blow air into egg to expel its contents. Rinse egg with warm water; drain. Blow air into egg again. Let dry.
Paper-Napkin Decoupage How-To
Patterned white paper napkins (we used Summer Hamptons Lunch Napkins No. 4873, $5.95 per set of 20, by Paper Products Design, from Platesandnapkins.com
Cherry-Blossom paper napkins in sky blue No. 004817, $6.25 per set of 20, from Asianideas.com
Mod Podge glue sealant (matte finish: No.19574255), by Plaid, from Createforless.com, or similar decoupage glue
Small and medium craft brushes with noncolored handles
Optional for Display
Paper tags & Wood filler
Mini baskets, from Dcccrafts.com
3/8-inch reed handles (No. 1038F), from Basketmakerscatalog.com
Easter grass in Cappuccino (No. GR009), $3 per 3 ounces, from Blumchen.com
Here is an episode of my favorite show "Martha Stewart Living" Easter special
Isn't this project super easy? I hope this posting inspired you to go to your local craft store and create your own super chic easter eggs to impress all of your fashionista friends! If you like to learn more fun & chic decorating ideas and tips, click here to visit Martha Stewart's official website ! I LOVE her! she is fabulous!
Until next time, be well & look fabulous! Happy Easter & Passover!
Alan + Mei-Mei the pug