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Make String Easter Eggs

STEP 8: Repeat with any number of additional balloons.

Hang string-wrapped balloons to dry.
Photo/Art by Nat Rea
Hang string-wrapped balloons to dry.

STEP 9: Hang the balloons up to dry. (Pin them to a board through the lip of the balloon, or clip with a clothespin.) Let them hang for a day or two, until they feel thoroughly dry to the touch.

STEP 10: Pop the balloons, remove them–and voila–you’ll greet the new season with an array of pretty, lacy Easter eggs!

Updated Wednesday, February 20th, 2013
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