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Crafts: Easter Table

Crafts: Easter Table
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This decorating idea for your Easter table uses new or vintage materials and your choice of eggs, the symbol of spring. Suggestions include quail eggs, foil-wrapped chocolate eggs, or even egg-shaped soaps.

1. Place a tartlet mold of your choosing (either new or vintage) on each plate. Add a fabric doily or a coaster beneath it to create a layering effect.

2. Fill with paper Easter grass or curly “Spanish moss” raffia to create a little “bird’s nest.”

3. Place blown eggs in a sweet cluster of three per nest. (For tips on preparing empty eggshells for craft projects, go to: wikihow.com/Blow-Out-Eggs) Or for variety, use quail eggs, foil-wrapped chocolate eggs, or even egg-shaped soaps.

4. Cover it with a mini bell jar if you like.

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