First take off a bunch of hydrangea, then cut off one flower at a time. You will cut underneath the flower right below the stem.
Then hot glue the bottom and place on the egg. Pretty simple just a little time consuming. Continue this until you have completely covered the egg.
Here are a few different colored eggs finished for my pretty Easter scape on the entryway console table. I will post photos of the entire console soon. You can also see the pretty little stenciled box below - my first silhouette project! I will have a tutorial for that soon as well. Aren't the eggs just so pretty! I moved them around the house and they looked great everywhere! On candlestick holders, in pots, and they would look beautiful as a topiary. Maybe I will try that next since I am the topiary queen.
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