I spent my winter holiday break between Christmas and New Year's crafting like a madwoman, because I had had so little time to sit in my little studio during the previous 6 months. One of the things I made was a series of honeycomb ornaments. The instructions can be found here, on Splitcoaststampers. I made a few and gave two away as Christmas gifts.
This particular ornamnent (and the ones described on Splitcoast) are quite large- about 5 inches tall, and 4-1/2" in diameter. So you need a REALLY big Christmas tree, or just an ornament display, like mine, above. Of course if you use a smaller die to cut out your pieces, then the ornament will be likewise smaller.
One critical note: You MUST use a lightweight paper. I tried my first one out of some heavier weight scrapbook paper (not even cardstock) and I could not open the ornament more than halfway. (Not to worry: I did keep it, and am going to mount it in a frame, for a 3D Christmas decoration for next season. So for my next few ornaments, including the one above, I went shopping for some lighter weight, handmade papers. And those worked quite well.
So why am I sharing this now?? I realized that you could make some very pretty egg-shaped ornaments for Easter. They could be hung, or placed in a bowl with your other Easter egg creations.
I make no promises, but if I do find some time amid my other projects, I'll give it a try. If you have time to try, let me know, and I'll post your creations here!