The seasons tree has a playful look this month in honor of the upcoming Easter holiday! Simple, store-bought plastic Easter eggs become colorful ornaments with just a few minutes of work and a handful of common materials that you probably have lying around your house!
plastic Easter eggs with holes in both ends
thin string or floss
1. Cut a piece of string about 4 times as long as an egg. Fold the string in half and knot the two loose ends together.
2. Push the folded end of the string through the hole in the bottom half of the egg from the outside in, and pull it all the way through until the knot catches. You might need to help poke the string through the hole with the tip of your scissors, and, if necessary, use the tweezers to reach down inside the egg to pull the string up.
3. Push the folded end of the string through the hole in the top half of the egg from the inside out.
4. Snap the two halves of the egg together and pull the string taut.
5. Repeat with remaining eggs. Easy peasy!