Upcycle Plastic Easter Eggs Into Tealights

Upcycle Plastic Easter Eggs Into Tealights

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Carrie McBride
Apr 18, 2012

Once your kids are past the egg hunt stage, you may find yourself stuck with a few dozen plastic Easter eggs. You can hand them down to another family who can use them or get creative like Taylor and turn the garish little things into stylish tealights.

Taylor painted her leftover eggs and then attached them to a wooden base. She chose to use them indoors in her fireplace, but they'd also look nice on your porch or patio.

See more and get instructions: Taylor Made

(Image: Taylor Made. Via: Craft Gossip)

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