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Easy Plastic Easter Egg Crafts
Plastic Easter eggs are great for more than just Easter egg hunts! These fun Easter egg crafts use materials you probably already have in home, and are perfect for family members of all ages.
Activities you'll find in this post:
Easter Egg Process Art
This is a great sensory and art activity for children ages toddler and up!
What you will need:
What to do
This activity is simple. Just dip the Easter eggs into paint, coat, and then place on a paper lined cookie sheet (you may want to use tape to make sure the paper stays in place). Lift the cookie sheet and move so the eggs roll from side to side.
You an also use the eggs as stamps, or roll them yourself.
Plastic Easter Egg Stamps
This activity is great for kids of all ages. Older children can help you create the stamps before using them, while younger children will love using the stamps once they are done!
What you will need:
What to do:
You can also skup steps 2-4, and just use the Easter egg halves as circle stamps to create art like the piece below!
Decorated Plastic Easter Eggs
Take it a step further! Using twine or ribbon and a hot glue gun, you can create garland out of the eggs by apply a dot of hot glue to the back, and affixing the eggs to the string. Or, if you have a cute basket, glass vase, or centerpiece bowl, place the eggs into that container as a decorative element you can use year after year!
Or, use the eggs for your Easter Egg Hunt!
Be sure to share this with someone who loves crafting, or pin it for other crafters to find!
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