Blowing eggs is not hard it’s just time consuming, so it’s a perfect activity to do with the kids that just might keep them quiet for a minute. If you want to go a step further and actually make an egg diorama. Then you might have to listen to the kids jabber away, don’t worry it will be happy jabber. This is such a fun idea for hanging blown eggs on a branch kinda like a spring Christmas tree (I said kinda)
So let’s get started you will need just a few supplies
Poke a hole right in the belly of the raw egg with your long needle.
Start by carefully peeling pieces of the egg away from the whole go slow you want little pieces not huge chucks.
When you have the whole as big as you want it pop the yolk with the needle, if it isn’t broken yet and dump into a jar for making scrambled eggs for dinner.
Use the scissors to clean up the ragged edges. This is such a fun part I loved making it look pretty like one of those old fashioned sugar eggs we use to make as a child.
Wash out the inside of the blown egg with hot water and let dry poke a small hole in the top for the string and then ModPodge the egg so it will be stronger
Just use what you have and drop a tiny egg in the center of each nest inside the blown eggs. I didn’t glue anything in just hung them up on my branches. I love how they look and kina sad I only made 5 of them.