Flowering Egg Shells

Add a special touch to your table with these lovely Easter flower arrangements.

Flowering Egg Shells

Flowering Egg Shells

Easter dinner guests will shell out countless compliments when they catch sight of these flower-filled "vases" made from ordinary eggs.

To hatch these cute cups:

  • Crack the narrow end of a raw egg and break away a small portion.
  • Empty the contents of the egg. Rinse the shell and let dry.
  • Create a larger opening by breaking away more of the shell. Place a small piece of wet floral foam inside the shell. Fill with water. Insert small, fresh spring flowers (such as grape hyacinth and agapanthus) into the floral foam. Set the flower-filled shell in egg cup.

For our centerpiece, we mimicked these miniature flowering egg shells by placing greens and bigger blooms of hyacinth in larger vases.

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