These chocolate Easter eggs bouquets are inexpensive to make, and will only take you a couple of minutes to assemble. I've made them for friends and family as Easter gifts, and also given them to teachers for a springtime teacher appreciation gift.
Items You'll Need:
Bamboo skewers or tall craft sticks
Small Easter egg shaped candy (malt ball robins eggs, jelly beans, etc.
Easter egg-shaped chocolates (I used Reeses Peanut Butter Cup eggs)
1. Fill the glass vase about half way with Easter candy. Egg-shaped candy, such as jelly beans or malt ball robin eggs, looks really cute.
2. Tape the bamboo skewers (or large craft sticks) to the back of your chocolate egg wrappers. The amount of eggs you use is totally up to you. Take into consideration how big your vase is, and how "full" you want your bouquet to be.
3. Lay a piece of tissue paper centered over the opening of your vase. Push the center of it down into the vase until it touches the candy at the bottom. Repeat with several colors if desired.
4. Put the skewers into the vase, sticking them through the tissue paper and into the candy at the bottom. Arrange them into a bouquet.
Add a bow around the vase to hide where the tissue paper and candy meet in the vase.