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Easter Egg Flower Pots

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Use Easter egg shells as tiny pots for spring flowers.

An Easter floral display doesn't need to be a giant vase of lilies. Small, baby plants capture the essence of Easter and spring. Display tiny plants in Easter eggs for a cute and unique indoor flower garden.


An Easter floral display doesn't need to be a giant vase of lilies. Small, baby plants capture the essence of Easter and spring. Display tiny plants in Easter eggs for a cute and unique indoor flower garden.

Start by dyeing eggs with natural colors. Once dry, carefully crack an opening in the top op the egg, and remove the white and yolk. Rinse out the inside of the shell and fill it with a small amount of potting soil. Add a few small flowers and you have a miniature spring flower garden. Instead of soil, you may also fill the eggshells with water and use them as tiny vases for miniature cut flowers, like lilacs or violets.

Display your Easter eggshell garden in egg cups along a windowsill, or group several eggs together on top of a grass or twig "nest."



 

 
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