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    Make It: Paint Chip Easter Egg Garland

    It's no secret, we love clever uses of paint chips here at Curbly, so this Easter-themed DIY project is like catnip for us. Add the fact that the cost is practically zero... I mean, it's a no-brainer! This brilliantly clever and easy project come from Modern Parents, Messy Kids, a blog dedicated to ...
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      DIY Paint Chip Easter Egg Garland WAY cute Easter egg garland made with paint samples. by Capreek, curbly #Easter #Decorations #Easter_Egg #curbly #Capreek

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    This is really cool. I'm not sure if it should be considered art or food. I guess both.

    Materials: plastic eggs, twine thin enough to fit into the holes, and a darning needle. (I tried a plastic needle and yarn first, but it was too thick to fit though the wholes in the eggs). The eggs should already have holes in the top and bottom.