4 Responses to “Plastic Easter Egg Tree”

  1. jrwhite

    jrwhite

    Troy, are you sure the eggs were plastic?

    In the same timeframe my Mom always created an ‘indoor’ Easter Egg tree. The process was the following;

    -punch a tiny hole in each end of the egg.

    -blow on one end of the egg to eject the ‘inner egg stuff’ out the other end into a bowl. ( later to be used for breakfast )

    -dip hollow shells into various bowls of food colouring.

    -paint found branches white

    -stick food colour painted egg shells on painted branches.

    I suspect the inspiration may have come from Readers Digest or Lady’s Home Journal.

    Perhaps the California method was different.

    Jonathan