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I think the picture explains itself, but I found nothing on the topic. Cut a stick twice as long as you need. Saw part-way through the middle. Carve your egg out of one side using the other as a handle. Using you knife or saw, cut the two pieces apart and smooth up the egg. This will check if not oiled, but now that you know how to do it you can try to carve one out of split wood.
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