by craftbits (shellie wilson)
What you need
1 Pine cone
Pastel paint or spray paint
Mini Easter eggs
Ribbon for bow
To start this project paint your pine cone with the pastel paint, pastels look nice for Easter but by all means use any color you want we used red.
Spray paint makes it easier to get into the nooks but painting with a brush is more fun for kids.
Use mini Easter eggs (bought from stores) the edible chocolate ones.
Push a egg into every alternative pine cone leaf. If you can’t find pine cones with big enough openings, you could substitute the eggs for small Easter trinkets or picks found at craft stores.
You could also make your own pretend eggs, by rolling coloured candy foil into eggs shapes.
Top the decoration with a big bow and hang on a door knob or off the centre of a gift basket handle.