With just some colorful craft foam, plastic Easter eggs, and a few other inexpensive supplies you can create these cute flowers. This is a page about how to make plastic egg flowers.
Take colorful plastic Easter eggs and a few basic supplies to create these adorable light up fireflies. This is a page about plastic egg fireflies.
Make this cute Easter decoration for your home this holiday. This is a page about making a plastic Easter egg tree.
Make a fun matching game for the kids using bits of this and that, such as buttons, pom poms, etc. and plastic Easter eggs. We can show you how.
Plastic Easter eggs can be used to make a pretty seasonal wreath. Make it as simple or elaborate as you like. We have some excellent examples to choose from.
Plastic Easter eggs are fun to use in a wide variety of crafts once the treats have been eaten. Or you can buy some just for crafting. Grab some pipecleaners, googly eyes, plus a few more supplies and make one or a cluster of spiders.
This cute little craft, using a plastic Easter egg, can also be a fun experiment for your child, as they determine how many coins it takes to submerge the sub. This is a page about making a plastic egg submersible submarine.
Decorate several plastic eggs with a variety of finishes, such as twine, a crochet yarn chain, gem stones, or small buttons. Then crochet this cute little basket to display them in.
This fun Easter craft reuses plastic Easter eggs and transforms them into these cute Easter chick decorations. With some feathers, paper, and googly eyes you can learn to make them in this step by step guide.
Using either two part or hinged plastic eggs you and your children can make several of these cute bunnies. Try each design for a bit of variety. This page contains fun to make plastic egg bunny crafts.
A fun inexpensive craft to make cute animals, and decorate a child's Easter basket. This page is about making plastic Easter egg animals.
These cute bunnies are perfect for an Easter party or basket. This is a page about making plastic egg bunnies.
This is a page about Easter egg lunch. Repurpose plastic Easter eggs and use them as colorful containers for a fun lunch to take to school or work.
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Approximate Time: 15 - 20 minutes
Draw and cut two rabbit ears from white paper. Color the center of the ears with pink marker. Glue these near the top of half an egg.
Glue wiggle/google eyes below the ears, and a small white pom pom nose below the eyes.
Use fine tip marker to add eyelashes and whiskers.
Glue on a white pom pom tail.
To play, set up a small ramp. Place the rabbits at the top of the ramp and slide a marble under each racing rabbit. On the start signal, release the rabbits and watch them glide down the ramp toward the finish line at the bottom.
By Marie from West Dundee, IL
This article is in honor of my mom Patricia Churchman who, when she was alive, never let an Easter pass without going to our local chocolate shop and buying us the most beautiful chocolate eggs. They were so beautiful that we even did not want to eat them. I tried once spraying one of them with clear plastic spray to try and preserve them but it did not work and became an awful mess. So for all the wonderful moms of the world that buy their kids beautiful works of art chocolate eggs, this one is for you!
The other day when I was doing my shopping at Walmart, I happened to see that they now sell a chocolate brown paint for plastic. It is called Krylon Fusion's paint. So I painted a dozen of my empty plastic eggs. It was wonderful they came out looking just like they were made of chocolate. The eggs my mom bought had beautiful sculptured flowers and non-pareils and birds and butterflies made out of frosting so I tried to make mine look like they just came out of the chocolate shop using ribbons and string beads and ribbons flowers.
My husband made me a dozen little Shepherd's hooks to hang them from out of old wire hangers that my sister gave me. I will also give the instructions for making these. I made a base of Styrofoam and Easter grass to put the Sheppard's hooks into. I made mine long and skinny to fit my dinning room table, but these could also be put into a vase or an Easter basket. The eggs could also be hung on an Easter tree.
Time to complete: 1 hour for eggs to dry 2 hours to decorate
Spray paint the eggs brown. Decorate any way you like with the ribbons, string beads, and flowers. The eggs that I bought had two little holes in the end of them that I strung some crochet thread through so I could hang them.
Glue Easter grass to the Styrofoam.
Cover the cardboard tube with white paper for the clown's body. Draw and cut arms and hands from white paper. Decorate these with marker.