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Making a Baby Shark from a Plastic Easter Egg


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April 22, 2019

Baby Shark from Easter Egg - ready to use as a bath toyDo you have left over plastic eggs from Easter? You can turn them into cute bath toys! My daughter loves baby shark so this was perfect. This is an incredibly simple, easy to make toy with supplies you probably already have at home.

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Total Time: 10-15 minutes

Supplies:

  • plastic egg
  • hot glue
  • goggly eyes
  • Sharpie
  • scissors
  • foam
Baby Shark from Easter Egg - supplies
 

Steps:

  1. Freehand and cut out fin and gills.
  2. Baby Shark from Easter Egg - cut fins and gills
     
  3. Hot glue on goggly eyes.
  4. Baby Shark from Easter Egg - glue on google eyes
     
  5. Glue foam fin, gills, and tail fin on to the egg.
  6. Baby Shark from Easter Egg - glue on fin
     
    Baby Shark from Easter Egg - add gills
     
    Baby Shark from Easter Egg - glue on tail fin
     
  7. Using a Sharpie, draw on smile (face). It is ready to be used as a bath toy!
  8. Baby Shark from Easter Egg - use Sharpie to draw on mouth
     
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