By General Crafts Contributor Michelle
When I was growing up, it was a tradition in our home to make hollow sugar eggs with a little Easter scene in them. Damp sugar was firmly packed into plastic Easter egg halves, hollowed out, and then allowed to dry. Once dry, we assembled and decorated them with frosting, and then placed a small figure of a bunny or chick in some Easter grass inside, and usually some small jellybeans to represent colored eggs. Here’s a method to make your own faux sugar eggs that are just as fun to make, but offer a more permanent decoration that you can use year after year.