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Decorate easter eggs with flowers

Forget chocolate for a moment. One of the best parts of a traditional Easter celebration is painting eggs with children and hiding them around the house. This year, replace the paint with natural spring flowers and delicate leaves. Read our instructions, and start creating.

You will need:

  • Allium
  • Fern
  • Verona Vein (Parthenocissus striata)
  • Daffodils
  • PVA glue
  • Hard-boiled eggs
  • Brush


Get to work

Boil the egg, till they are hard. In the meantime select the flower or leaf that you want to use to decorate the egg. Delicate flowers are easier to work with and give the most attractive result. Apply a coating of glue to the part of the egg that you want to decorate. Carefully place the flower or the leaf on the sticky part and, once it’s in place, brush the flower with some glue so that it’s firmly secured. The PVA glue will become transparent when it dries, leaving a shiny, glossy egg decoration.