By Noreen Doll.
When I first had the idea to make an Easter egg bouquet, I never expected it to turn out so well.
And all you do is insert a colorful egg in the center of each flower in a cluster.
I love how colorful this bouquet is!
Flower Stem with 5 to 7 Flowers
Colored Eggs with the contents blown out
Hot Glue or Tacky Glue
How to Make an Easter Egg Bouquet.
1. Color several eggs that have had the contents removed.
2. Remove enough of the center of each flower to allow an egg to fit.
I used a Daffodil cluster, and the center was a little snug. Rather than remove any of the flower, I cut the center section into thirds – which allowed the egg to fit.
3. Check the fit of the egg in the flower, and then glue it in.
Repeat with the other flowers.
For a large centerpiece you could use several clusters in one vase, or use several smaller vases and place them around the center.