Easy Decorating with Easter Eggs

Francine Segan, Betty Food+Home editor, shares her love for easter and easter eggs.

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Easy Decorating with Easter Eggs

Beyond the baskets

Francine Segan, Betty Food+Home Editor

pottery barn eggsAh, Easter eggs. How do I love thee? Let me count the ways…

1. Piled high in pretty napkin-lined basket as a centerpiece. Great as both an Easter brunch decoration AND to eat for brunch.

2. Set out in a cluster on the table in all those cute egg cups I’ve been collecting at tag sales.

3. Decorating a sturdy branch set in a heavy vase. You can make your own by attaching ribbon with glue to an empty decorated shell or buy them ready-made from Pottery Barn.

pottery barn egg candles

4. Empty decorated egg shells can be made into little mini candle holders. Just shave off the excess wax from a small candle until it easily fits into the shell, or purchase ready-made egg candles.

5. Nestled into yummy Easter Bread, either bought in a bakery or made at home using refrigerated supermarket cinnamon rolls. Cluster the rolls around a few hard-boiled colored eggs, and bake.

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