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  • Gabrielle White

    little spring flowers in egg cups for easter decorations

  • Frog Hill Designs

    Frog Hill Designs Blog Easter floral arrangement in a pastel colored easter egg cup. Mini flowers in easter egg. Easter table decorations. Small enough for individual table settings. #easterflowers #eastereggdecoration

  • Faith Lenore Brown

    Another pretty Easter idea: teensy floral bouquets in eggshell "vases" set in egg cups! LOVE THE Lilly Of the Valley!

  • Charley's Venndeco

    10 easy easter decorations on www.charleyworks.com http://tinyurl.com/lk6uz4j #easter #eggs #springflowers #easterdecorating

  • Angela Beveridge

    egg shells in egg cups with tiny flower arrangements in - Easter table centrepieces!

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