Easter Egg Hunts are so fun. I remember when my daughter was really little and she would get maybe one or two eggs before all the big kids snatched them up. Now she’s a pro, and brings home piles and piles of them. The problem is, they are filled with candy! I think Easter almost brings more candy into my house than Halloween! There’s no need to stuff your eggs with candy! Check out these one-hundred OTHER things you can stuff your eggs with. And, happy hunting!
Stick puppets are my favorite puppet of all. When my daughter was young, we spent countless hours making them, playing with them, and even giving them to friends. One of our favorite ways to make them was with q-tips and stickers. They take seconds to make and are totally fun!
All you need are q-tips, baby powder, and a sheet of hard stickers. (Like the kind here.) Just peel the stickers off their sheet and stick to the ends of the q-tip. Now, here’s my favorite trick. If you sprinkle a little baby powder onto the exposed back of the sticker, it won’t stick anymore. How cool is that? Now you have adorable sticker stick puppets to play with!
I have always loved glitter. Even when I used to teach school and the other teachers didn’t want to use it in their classroom because of how messy it was, I still used it. This year, we decided to give our Easter Eggs some extra sparkle by decorating them with glitter!
All you need is elmer’s glue-all, hard boiled eggs, a sponge brush and slitter. Just cover your egg in glue then sprinkle the glitter on it. It’s really that easy!
You guys this is so simple. It’s so simple that I can’t even begin to describe to you JUST how simple it is. I mean– like, seriously. All you do is boil the eggs, and let them cool. Then draw your designs on the eggs with a sharpie. Too easy!
It’s really that simple!
After we got done dyeing eggs, it was time to eat them! When we pulled off the easter eggshells, we realized that the shells were fantastic and we could make the most adorable mosaic art with them– so we got to work!
It’s super simple to do, you just lay down the egg pieces to make your design. If you wanted it to be more permanent, then just put down a coat of glue first and then add the eggshells!