Design Your Own Easter Eggs With These White Plastic Easter Eggs
Design Your Own Easter Eggs
Reviewed by kelly60 on 2013-03-31
Product Rating: 3
Community Rating: Very Helpful
Pros: Plain white eggs for creating your own unique Easter eggs.
Summary: Kids love decorating their own Easter eggs and my grandchildren loved decorating, hiding and finding these eggs.
Every year we hide plastic Easter eggs for all of the children to find. They enjoy our annual Easter egg hunts and every year they come back for more. From time to time we need to purchase additional eggs since sometimes the become lost or broken. Although we generally buy colored eggs, we decided to pick up a supply of Blank White Plastic Easter Eggs for the kids to decorate this year.
Aside from having white shells instead of the usual colored ones, these plastic eggs are similar to many of the others we have bought over the years. Each egg is approximately 2 1/4 inches long and 1 3/4 inches wide. They pop apart in the middle so you can easily fill the empty eggs with small toys, party favors, coins, candy or other prizes, or leave them empty. The hollow shells are lightweight, yet sturdy enough to hold up to several Easter egg hunts, and the kids will enjoy finding them even more when they have painted their own masterpieces on each one.
This batch of eggs included 144 plain white egg shells. Each one is ready to be decorated by your little artists, or by you if you prefer. They are easy to draw on using markers, crayons or acrylic paints. If you prefer you can use a variety of other techniques to decorate these eggs as well. Some other ideas include gluing on bits of trim, glitter, wiggle eyes, sequins or other items. You can decorate them any way you like, and the kids really enjoyed designing their own eggs this time around.
These Easter eggs work well for egg hunts or Easter baskets, and what could be more special than making your own Easter eggs together as a family. My grandchildren loved these, and I recommend them to anyone who enjoys creating their own unique designs.
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