• HERSHEY'S Candy-Coated Milk Chocolate Eggs
  • 2-3 Small tree branches 12" - 18" long
  • Small plant pot
  • Block of green floral foam
  • White spray paint
  • 2 yards each of 1/8" pastel satin ribbons in variety of colors
  • 1/2 yard each of several embroidered trims and 1/8" rick rack
  • Small silk flower blossoms.
  • Glue stick or low temp hot glue gun


  1. Decorate each egg by gluing embroidered trim or rick rack around the center of egg. Cut an 8" length piece of satin ribbon and tie ends into a bow, creating a loop approximately 1'' long. Attach bow to top of each egg. Decorate at least a dozen egg ornaments. Fill the small pot with a piece of floral foam cut to fit. Decorate the pot as you like. Group the branches together to form a mini tree. Wrap wire around the base of branches to form the trunk of the tree. Spray paint branches white or the pastel color of your choice. Insert the trunk into the center of the foam. Secure with a little glue. Cover the foam with Easter grass, or moss and nest a few eggs in the grass.
  2. Complete your project by hanging the decorated egg ornaments on the branches, and gluing the small silk flower blossoms to the ends of each branch.
  3. Completed craft is for decorative purposes only. Candy used in craft should not be eaten.