I carefully broke off the tops of 6 more eggs. I then removed 7 votive candles from their silver shells and inserted just the wax candle into each egg shell. To make my eggs sit higher in the long holder I put the silver votive shell that I just removed from each candle upside down in each space. These acted as a base for the eggs. I then placed the eggs on their 'bases' in long rectangular votive holder.
A quick light of a match and voila! A simple and beautiful centrepiece the kids were proud to call their own.
Don't have a long votive holder like the one I used? Not to worry! The same idea could be applied with each egg placed in its own egg-cup and centred down the table.
I hope you all have a very happy Easter!