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from eHow

How to Harden an Eggshell

How to Harden Blown Out Eggs for Decorating |

How to make Blown Egg Ornaments - need to do this with some of the natural dyed eggs next year so we can save them

from wikiHow

How to Blow Out Eggs

How to Create "Blown Out" eggs for craft projects that use empty, complete eggshells. Blown out eggs can be preserved for years after they're made; without the egg white or yolk, the eggs won't spoil. If you want to learn effective techniques for blowing out eggs, read the linked article.

from Martha Stewart

Doily Basket with Blown-Out Eggs

Martha Stewart creates a beautiful basket out of an old-fashioned doily and fills it with blown-out eggs for a simple Easter decoration.

This is so pretty. You could do this with blown out eggs, smaller version in malted eggs or for more color...jelly beans!

from Martha Stewart

Fancy Eggs

I think these are gorgeous but I wouldn't want to use blown out eggs which are so fragile. With so much effort put into creating these, I'd want to make something more lasting, even if I only used papier mache.

need: blown up water balloons, embroidery floss or yarn, liquid starch, flour, step 1: make goop by mixing 1 cup of liquid starch and 1/2 cup of flour. step 2: coil floss/yarn in the bowl of goop step 3: pull out some of the floss/yarn and scape off some of the goop and stick it to the balloon step 4: allow the eggs to dry for several hours then pop the balloon