While that might be a good idea in my book, here are a few more unconventional uses for plastic Easter eggs…
Real Simple encourages you to use plastic Easter eggs as little snack containers in your Happy Buddy’s lunchpail!
I know my own Happy Buddy will think this is the coolest thing ever AND it will save me some Ziplocks.
It’s always fun to paint beyond the paintbrush.
This project from A Little Learning for Two features plastic eggs as the medium to roll paint around on a piece of paper.
The end result? A roll-y cool work of art!
With a few simple craft supplies, Make and Takes transforms plastic Easter eggs into a family of adorable springtime egg friends.
Meet the Dubiens made a set of Easter Egg Maracas.
These could be a fun thing to shake as you celebrate Jesus’ triumphant entry on Palm Sunday!
If you have a little girl, Designs by Sunghee made Plastic Easter Egg Teacups using only a few items!
I am not even kidding – this Plastic Easter Egg Wreath from Mom and Wife may look like a beast of a project, but it is really quite easy.
I am so craving one on our Happy Home front door!
Corduroy Dreams used plastic Easter eggs to decorate the tree in their front yard.
She shares a GENIUS idea that makes the project super simple with a massive aesthetic payoff!
Or maybe we need a Plastic Easter Egg Garland like this happy one from eighteen25?
If you have never gone ‘Egging’ before, then you better check out THIS POST featuring a fun way to bless a neighbor.
Finally, if you are as eggceptionally passionate about snail mail as I am, then you might get the shivers at the sheer brilliance of this idea from Making Memories With Your Kids!
Did you know that you can MAIL a plastic Easter egg?!
How magical would it be to open up your mailbox and find a giant plastic egg waiting for you??
I am so doing this for my out-of-state relatives!
Check out THIS POST for the detailed instructions that are sure to bring a smile to your recipients AND the mail carrier’s face.
Happy Plastic Easter Egg-ing!