If you end up with a lot of plastic eggs laying around after Easter, there are a lot of really cute craft projects that you can do with them!
When most people think of marshmallows, they think of the store bought bags of marshmallows that you use for s’mores or hot cocoa, but homemade marshmallows are so much better than the super sweet marshmallows you get in the grocery store.
We have a fun craft idea to share with you today! It combines two of our favorites types of crafting: upcycling and Fall. We’re transforming some old plastic Easter eggs into pretty, decorative acorn ornaments for Autumn.
Easter egg maracas are a fun DIY instrument for toddler and preschoolers. These easy DIY maracas are simple to make using plastic eggs and plastic spoons.
These easy Buffalo check Easter eggs are quick to make and there are so many ways to customize them. Use them as tiered tray additions, dough bowl fillers, or tuck them into wreaths or book case displays.
My mom loves washi tape. She has done so many cute projects with them since her love affair began. Her most recent project was washi tape Easter eggs.
You know we love a good upcycling craft and this latest DIY is another way of using and reusing what you already have. We’ll show you how to turn some plastic Easter eggs into decorative twine wrapped eggs with pretty metallic painted accents to style for Easter.
Plastic Easter eggs aren’t just for Easter baskets or an Easter egg hunt! We have a bit of a fun Easter tradition at our home! For the past few years, my daughter and I have created an Easter egg tree outside our home.
I have a fabulously easy Easter craft for you today! With just a few fabric scraps and some hot glue you can make these Ruffled Fabric Easter eggs. They are perfect for display and will add color and texture to your Easter decor.
With our Easter Egg hunt over we are left with plastic eggs – I could be really Frugal and save them for next year but we’ve got homework to do over the Easter Break and with my eldest it’s our first foray into Times Tables.
Bath bombs are an easy way to make bath time extra fun no matter how old you are, but did you know there is much to be learned from a bath bomb? Today we are going to dive into the science behind homemade bath bombs with a DIY bath bomb science experiment.
This fun Easter egg smoothie popsicle recipe is a quick way to add a little colorful fun to your holiday. Made of only fruit and coconut milk, you can totally be the fun mom with these treats and serve these Easter egg popsicles with breakfast! These treats are healthy, cute and a simple way to surprise your kids.
I can’t believe I created an Easter Egg Topiary for under $10! This easy craft is my new obsession because it’s so pretty. When I see a Topiary in stores, they are usually overpriced and not very beautiful to me, but this one really stands out from the rest at such a cheap cost.
Our Rice Krispies Easter eggs are a delicious treat for the holiday. Simple enough for kids to make and perfect for for classroom parties. Click through for the recipe and quick tips to make it easy.
This would work great with a supply of 26 eggs so you can do the entire alphabet. I only had 18 but luckily for me the kids didn’t notice. Write a letter on each egg with the permanent marker. You will want to make sure that your write it in such a way that when taken apart a kid can figure out how to put it together again.
This DIY Spring Easter wreath is so inexpensive and easy to make! All it takes is just some yarn-wrapped plastic Easter eggs, faux grass, and lots of hot glue. It’s the perfect colorful addition on any front door to welcome spring!
I used similar sized eggs for this game. I picked the sides that were more flat since it would be easier to write the numbers on them. I managed to find an egg that had a side with two holes in it, which were perfect for some cute antennae.
Are you like me and have accumulated dozens of plastic Easter eggs from seasons past? If so, you can create your own pretty DIY Easter wreath by upcycling those plastic eggs into chalky painted decorative eggs. It’s the perfect bird’s nest inspired decor to celebrate Easter and welcome spring!