Start with a large-mouth clear cookie jar or canister and place a clear drinking glass in the center. Gently stack dyed, hard-cooked eggs between the glass and jar, alternating egg colors. Fill the glass with water. Cut the stems of your favorite flowers (we used roses, gerbera daisies, tulips, hyacinth, and bells of Ireland) to the desired length, and arrange them in the glass.
15 Easter Ideas for Simple Table Centerpieces and Gifts, Handmade Nests with Easter Eggs--We did this in my pre-k class and it was so much fun for the kids to watch the grass grow. The day before Easter break, we dyed eggs and sent them home!
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How to create this pretty paper-strip-nest place setting. To create the nest, shred (paper shredder works best) decorative or scrapbook paper, or recycle gift wrapping paper or magazines or even newspaper and form into a ball large enough to accommodate a dyed Easter egg. Add monograms or names to the eggs and they can serve as place cards.