This is a tradition that started many years ago when my children were tiny and we still carry it on today. It so easy and fun so give it a try.
First you'll need a large branch or small tree. A dogwood branch is my personal favorite, but a failed ficus tree or fruit tree branches work well too. Paint the chosen piece white with spray paint and give it a glitter sprinkle if you're a glam sort of person. After it dries, anchor it in some oasis or floral foam that's been stuck in a clay pot or container with floral clay. Cover the top of the foam with moss or excelsior. Voila! You have an Easter Egg Tree. From now til Easter, when you use eggs, blow the contents out instead of cracking them. This is a good time to make lots of pound cakes and omelets. Now dye the eggs with food coloring and vinegar then decoupage them with pictures of flowers, birds, and bunnies. Attach a loop of satin ribbon covering the hole in the end of the egg and you've got decorations for your tree. Little baskets filled with Easter grass and tiny chicks look cute hanging from the branches and you can top off the whole thing with a big bow.