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Feature 11208029 | © living4media / Taube, Franziska | 6 images

How to make paper Easter eggs

Not a chicken or Easter rabbit in sight, but these eggs are real eye catchers. It is a great way to decorate your egg tree, without wasting eggs. Besides, it makes a great family project and you’ll have a lot of fun in the process.

Feature No.: 11208029
Number of images: 6
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Photographer: © living4media / Taube, Franziska
Topic: Do it yourself
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