We all buy them and use them, but then what? If you would like to put those plastic Easter eggs to good use, here are 10 craft ideas just for you! Check them out and see which ones you will try.
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Terrariums 2 of 11If you see these clear eggs, buy them! You have to make these adorable terrariums.
See it here on The House That Lars Built.
Twine Wrapped 3 of 11A simple way to use your eggs and bakers twine. They would be hard to put away after Easter is over.
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Egg Garland 4 of 11Make this cute and colorful garland. So simple and fun!
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Wreath 5 of 11You can always use another wreath, right?
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Snake! 6 of 11How brilliant is this? Make a slinky snake from your plastic egg halves. So clever.
See it here on Craft-O-Maniac.
Maracas 7 of 11I am definitely going to make these with my little guy. Hours of fun and you probably have all the supplies already!
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Playdoh Containers 8 of 11Make your eggs into some playdoh containers! A great and fun way to store your homemade playdoh.
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Planters 9 of 11This is adorable and genius. If you see these faceted eggs, buy them and makes these little planters and then send them to me.
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Soaps 10 of 11Use your plastic eggs as molds to make egg shaped soap good to use all year!
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Robin Eggs 11 of 11With a little bit of textured spray paint, you can make these pretty robin eggs. So cute!
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