Pearlized Easter Eggs
Easter gatherings are the perfect time to display these elegant eggs.
1. Pierce tiny holes on opposite ends of an egg if using real eggs. Poke a hole in the egg yolk. Blow the inside of egg into a bowl. Discard or use the inside.
2. Choose color combinations for your eggs. These pearlized colors were used in combinations of three colors; yellow, white, and pink; yellow, white, and green; pink, white, and lavender; lavender, white, and blue; and blue, white, and green.
- Display the soft-toned eggs in a grouping placed in different styles of egg holders.
- Use this same technique to give ordinary Christmas balls an artful touch.