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First, cut the lid away from the bottom of the carton.
I found that the easiest way to do this was to cut the part that connects each cup.
The leaves and cups will vary in size, and that’s a good thing! Continue this until all the egg cups are complete.
Cutaway the corners to create a round leafy shape or sharpen the edges to create a spiky cactus succulent.
Shape 4 or 5 of your cutaway pieces into leaves and use the glue to fit the leaves into the centre of the egg cup, layering the bottoms on top of each other to create volume.
TIP: Pinch the bottom of each leaf together to make a tiny petal for the centre.
Create as many plants as you like!
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