Bring the outdoors inside this spring by using hollowed egg shells as a planter for small succulents, herbs, and flowers!
A thicker needle used for sewing with yarn
Succulent and soil
Room temperature water in a cup
- Pour several drops of nail polish colors into cup of room temp water
- Use skewer to mix colors into marble effect
- Dip egg into water
- Once dry, put pin on top of egg and tap in with hammer
- Put yarn needle into hole created by pin and tap with hammer…use this to chip away at egg and drain yolk.
- Create large enough hole to plant succulent in
- Once egg is dry, plant succulent into egg
The instructions above are for creating a marbled effect on your eggs prior to planting the succulent. You can also plant the succulent in undecorated eggs, or eggs dipped in regular dye.
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