Make It: Egg Carton Centerpiece - Fresh Dish Post from Price Chopper

Make It: Egg Carton Centerpiece

March 31st 2015

We have long known that what makes Price Chopper special is our people. Robin Byrd’s contributions can be seen and felt in many of our stores as she puts her skills on display every day. A trained florist and creative visionary, Robin brings the holidays to life through arrangements, displays and decorations. It just makes sense to share her wonderful ideas with you. Here is a fun way to create something for your Easter table.

Supplies Needed:

  • Recycled egg carton
  • Ribbon
  • Card stock
  • Paper shred
  • Paper straw
  • 2 Plastic eggs (4 halves)
  • 3 Blown tissue paper eggs
  • Tissue paper
  • White glue
  • Black marker
  • 4 Roses

Step 1: On each side of the top of the egg carton weave ribbon in and out of carton. Tie each end in a bow.

Step 2: Place the blown tissue paper eggs in carton in random holes.

Step 3: Glue tissue paper on the outside of plastic egg halves leaving a little amount of tissue paper above the edge. Let dry.

Step 4: Place a small amount of water in the 4 halves of plastic eggs. Cut the stem of the rose completely off and place in plastic eggs

Step 5: Place eggs with roses in carton in random holes.

Step 6: In empty holes fill with paper shred.

Step 7: Use card stock to make Happy Easter & eggs sign.

Step 8: Use glue dots to secure Easter sign on paper straw and egg sign to side of carton.

Step 9: In empty holes fill with favorite Easter candy.


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