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Plan­ning to create an ex­tra spe­cial set­ting at home this Easter? GABRIELLE FA­GAN show­cases three truly egg- cellent looks

Star Courier (Surrey & Hants) - - FRONT PAGE -

Now dec­o­rat­ing at Easter time’s al­most as pop­u­lar as deck­ing the halls at Christ­mas, the high street and on­line shops are crammed with the kit and fin­ish­ing touches to help you set the scene. Here are three fun looks to help set the scene.

“With the days get­ting longer and the nights warmer, it’s lovely to take fes­tiv­i­ties out­doors. String a gar­land of coloured lights on an out- door wall or be­tween trees, to con­jure a lovely glow for a gar­den gath­er­ing.” Cox & Cox has all the es­sen­tial items for a Scan­di­na­vian- style Easter tree. Ar­range a few branches in a large vase, and hang with its Six Pas­tel Hang­ing Eggs, £ 9.50; Four Gold Bunny Tags, £ 3.50, and Four Hang­ing Tex­tured Eggs, £ 16.50 ( coxand­cox. co. uk). Al­ter­na­tively, create a strik­ing ta­ble cen­tre­piece with a Bucket Of Wooden Eggs, £ 9.50, and a clus­ter of

Just for fun, pop an egg- filled Faux Pussy Wil­low Nest, £ 8, Sains­bury’s Home, on a table­top or use as a cen­tre­piece ( sains­burys. co. uk). What could be more ap­pro­pri­ate than egg can­dles? Duck Eggs, £ 7.50 a pair, and Goose Eggs, £ 12.95 a pair, from Nordic House ( nordi­c­house. co. uk).

For cute­ness, it’s hard to beat a Peter Rab­bit Eg­gcup & Spoon, shaped like a bucket and spade, £ 17, JD Wil­liams Home ( jd­williams. co. uk).

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