Plastic Easter Egg Crafts for Kids

Plastic Easter eggs are an Easter egg hunt staple! Whether you fill them with a few chocolates, a small toy or even a dollar or two, these brightly-colored eggs are Easter morning icons. But once the big day has come and gone and the hunt is over, what do you do with the eggs? If you’re looking for a way to upcycle these, this week’s roundup has a few ideas to get you started.

Plastic Easter Egg Flowers

Plastic Easter eggs can make for great, long-lasting flower arrangements! Make and Takes shows you how to transform these treat holders into a spring bouquet.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Easter Eggs

Turtle power! You can reach for that green bottle of dye to make a collection of your very own Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Easter eggs, like A Pumpkin and a Princess, or recycle green plastic eggs.

Wobble Egg Ninjas

Turn your Easter eggs into a troop of ready-to-fight ninjas! Frugal Fun 4 Boys shares this clever idea over on her blog.

All Ears Easter Craft

A plastic Easter egg looks extra cute thanks to some pastel pipe cleaners! Tipsaholic showcases this clever project for you to try at home.

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