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How to Use Plastic Easter Eggs

Plastic Easter eggs are generally sold in bags of six and come in many different colors and sizes. You may find plastic eggs in bright colors like red or orange or in pastel colors like pink or purple. Orange, pink or purple are the most popular colors, although many stores will carry multicolored plastic eggs as well. The plastic easter egg open in the middle and snap together.
Decorate easter eggs with plastic eggs

If you’re looking for a creative way to decorate Easter eggs, try using plastic eggs. They’re a cheap and versatile craft material. If you don’t want to use them to make treats, you can also use them to create bird feeders. To make bird seed eggs, simply spray plastic eggs with cooking spray and place them in the fridge to harden. Once hard, place them outside the home for birds and squirrels to find.

One way to create colorful Easter eggs is by using natural dyes. You can use vegetable peels, colored vinegar, and colored jelly-O powder to make colorful eggs. Alternatively, you can make your own natural dyes by steeping a few vegetables in a half-cup of water. Although dying is the most traditional way to decorate eggs, you can also try other methods, including making them look like a work of art.

Another fun way to decorate plastic eggs is with paint. Paint pens or acrylic paint can be used to create patterns on plastic eggs. You can also use paint pens to create cute images like bunnies and Easter chicks. Another easy way to decorate eggs is to string twine over the glue. This is a quick way to add decorations to plastic eggs without much mess.

Plastic eggs can also be used to store paint or necklaces. Placing them inside a decorated bowl prevents them from tangling. You can also decorate plastic eggs with beads, ribbon, and other craft materials. You can even put potpourri inside plastic eggs to make an air freshener or a garland.
Donate plastic easter eggs

If you have plastic Easter eggs that you no longer use, you should donate them to charity. Although these eggs are not recyclable, they can be donated to local food pantries, organizations and clubs. Some plastic Easter eggs contain lead paint and BPA. The City of Encinitas, CA, suggests donating them instead of throwing them out.

You can drop off plastic Easter eggs at any of the City of Warwick locations for recycling until May 13, 2018. The Warwick Police Department is open seven days a week, and the city hall is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays. The Pilgrim Senior Center and Buttonwoods Annex are also locations that collect donated eggs.

If you are looking for a simple and inexpensive project, consider painting plastic Easter eggs. You can use pipe cleaners or pom poms to make a festive decoration. Another great activity for kids is to make a plastic Easter egg candle holder. There are tutorials online to help you make this project.
Reuse plastic easter eggs

You can reuse plastic Easter eggs for a number of crafts. You can use them to hide Easter eggs or make fun instant instruments. You can also fill them with dry popcorn kernels or small beans. You can also turn them into holiday displays. You can even make mini-garden displays out of them.

Reusing plastic Easter eggs for other purposes can be a great way to teach children about money. You can place different coins in each egg to help your child learn about how money works. Then, they can add up the coins to find out how much money is inside. These ideas can be used year after year and you can even store them for next year.

Whether you are using plastic eggs for crafts or storing them for future use, you can reuse these eggs for many different uses. Whether you’re planning to reuse them as gifts for children, you can find fun ways to reuse them in the kitchen. If you have a toddler or a young child, you can use them to teach them letters and numbers, as well as improve problem-solving and memory skills. You can also find great ideas to recycle plastic Easter eggs and save the environment.

If you’re planning on reusing plastic Easter eggs, make sure you look for a recycling symbol. Often, plastic eggs can be recycled if they have a recycling symbol or number. However, if you can’t find a recycling symbol, you should throw them away. You don’t want to add to the landfill or litter the environment by recycling them.


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