6 Ways to Use Leftover Plastic Easter Eggs

After Easter and all those fun egg hunts, if you have a lot of leftover plastic Easter eggs lying around the house, you’re not alone. You don’t have to just throw them away, there are other options. Here is a list of 6 fun ways to Use Leftover Plastic Easter Eggs.

6 Ways to Use Leftover Plastic Easter Egg

How to Use Leftover Plastic Easter Eggs

1. Sound Shakers – One simple way to re-use those plastic eggs is to make sound and music shakers with your toddlers. It’s a really simple and a lot of fun for the kids.

Photo Source: Family Sponge
Photo Source: Family Sponge


2. Plastic Egg Spiders
 
– The kids will have have tons of fun using their imagination and creativity to make cute and creepy spiders with their leftover plastic eggs.

Photo Source: Castle View Academy
Photo Source: Castle View Academy


3. DIY Decor
 – Everyone loves a good DIY right? These DIY nail polish plastic eggs are so pretty and would look great as decor for the house. And yes, those are made with leftover plastic Easter eggs!

Photo Source: Little Inspiration
Photo Source: Little Inspiration


4. Rice Krispy Eggs
 – These delicious chocolate rice krispy eggs from Mama Papa Bubba are a perfect use for those extra plastic eggs. And this is a healthy version of the original recipe.

Photo Source: Mama Papa Bubba
Photo Source: Mama Papa Bubba


5. Caterpillar 
– Kids will love making this super cute caterpillar with all those extra plastic eggs. Aren’t they so cute?

Photo Source: Erin P Hill
Photo Source: Erin P Hill

6. Bird Feeders – And last but not least, leftover plastic Easter eggs are perfect for making these awesome bird feeders! Think about how happy those birds will be with their Easter surprise!

Photo Source: Redeem Your Ground
Photo Source: Redeem Your Ground

Those are some of our favourite ways to use leftover plastic Easter eggs.

For more fun DIY’s, try:
DIY Lava Lamp
DIY Easy Aquarium
DIY Snow Globe

9 thoughts on “6 Ways to Use Leftover Plastic Easter Eggs

  1. What great ideas! I wish I’d known about the bird feeders a week ago when we had extra left over from filling our coconuts! There’s always next year!

  2. Those are really neat ideas. I love the idea of making bird seed in shape of eggs and hanging them outside for the birds.

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