Here are the easy peasy steps:
- Cut a length of string; I went with about nine feet.
- Thread the string through the needle.
- Separate the egg halves and thread them onto the string, reassembling the eggs after you have them positioned on the string. Repeat until you run out of eggs.
The whole thing cost me two dollars to make and took approximately fifteen to twenty minutes to assemble, which was exactly how long Sammy decided to nap yesterday afternoon (don't get me started). And while I may be too late for Easter this year, I've definitely got a great head start for next year's decorations, and at a bargain basement price, too.