The installation comprises four 1m high Easter eggs and one 1.5m high egg that can be decorated with stickers by the public. The second part will be a craft workshop over the Easter weekend, including mask making, 2D and 3D egg decorating and paper flower making.
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The activity kicked off on 29 March and will run until 16 April. The Easter craft weekend will take place from 6 – 9 April. The event is free for child ticket holders.
Andrew Douglas, chief executive of Innovision, said: "It’s extremely exciting to be working on projects with such a high-profile landmark as the EDF Energy London Eye, and we relish the challenge of delivering an unforgettable experience for families this Easter."
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