Cutting the egg shapes:
Decide how long your garland will be and punch out flowers and cut out eggs. For each large egg you will need 3 same sized eggs, one of which an aperture is cut out of, one which the scrapbook paper motive will be visible and one for the back side. Also for each large egg you will need a flower shape cut out and a button. For each large egg, you will also also need an egg shape of acetate foil that is just slightly smaller than the large egg itself.
For each of the small eggs, you will need 2 small egg shapes.
Assembly of the large egg:
On the large egg with the cut out out aperture, glue the acetate foil to the backside of the aperture. Now place 3-D pads on the backside of the egg along the rim, peel away the protective tape and set aside for a moment. Prepare the egg to be seen behind the aperture by cutting a strip of scrapbook paper and adhering it to the egg. Now adhere the egg with the aperture to this egg, so you can see the strip of scrapbook paper behind the aperature. The 3-D pads give it a raised look. Do the same for each of the large eggs you intend to make.
Adhere a punched out flower and button to each of the large eggs you prepare.
To assemble the garland:
Cut a piece of embroidery thread to the length you want. Make a hanging loop at the top. Place the third large egg shape underneath the thread and adhere the prepared egg (with aperture) over the egg, sandwiching the thread between both.
Then sandwich the thread between 2 small eggs.
Continue again with a large egg and then a small one and in this order until the garland is the length you want it to be.