27 Creative Ways to Reuse Plastic Easter Eggs

27 Creative Ways to Reuse Plastic Easter Eggs

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Tess Wilson
Mar 9, 2015

What do you do with those treat vehicles, post-Easter? Transform the ubiquitous plastic eggs into geodes, jockeys, minions, monsters and so many other adorable creations and awesome critters. Here's hoping the bunny brings me plenty!

FIRST ROW:
1. Mini Bullet Planters by Apartment Therapy
2. Crystal Egg Geodes by Martha Stewart
3. Easter Egg Birdseed Ornaments by Redeem Your Ground
4. Easter Egg Maracas by Kiwi Crate
5. Skull Treat Boxes by Martha Stewart

SECOND ROW:
6. Plastic Egg Strawberries by Parents
7. Little Monster Egg Crochet Pattern by one dog woof
8. Plastic Egg Fireflies by Apartment Therapy
9. Plastic Egg Snake by Sewing and Crafting with Sarah
10. Plastic Egg Teacups on Apartment Therapy

THIRD ROW:
11. Monster Eggs by Spaceships and Laser Beams
12. Plastic Egg Minions by Two Much Fun
13. Mini Piñatas by Mega•Crafty
14. Plastic Egg Glowing Cupcakes by Chica Circle
15. Plastic Egg Caterpillars by Erin Hill

FOURTH ROW:
16. Plastic Egg Jockeys by Craft E Magee
17. Synonym/Antonym Eggs by Rowdy in First Grade
18. Plastic Egg Spiders by Chica and Jo
19. Easter Egg Wreath by Sippy Cup Central
20. DIY Nail Polish Easter Eggs by Little Inspiration

FIFTH ROW:
21. DIY Gold Eggs by Little Inspiration
22. Plastic Easter Egg Tealights on Apartment Therapy
23. Plastic Egg Bird Feeders by Dreamers Into Doers
24. Rice Krispie Treat Eggs by Ramblings From Utopia
25. Egg Monster Crochet Pattern, $2.49, ThoughtsKnotsStitch on Etsy

SIXTH ROW:
26. Decoupaged Eggs by Food Allergy Network
27. DIY Gilded Easter Eggs + Egg Cups by Studio DIY

What do you do with all the plastic eggs, once the bunny has departed and the jelly beans have disappeared?

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