Plastic Easter Eggs are fun and creative way to explore different textures, forms and sizes. You can create a plastic Easter Egg that mimics the shape of an egg and use embellishments to make it look more realistic. Plastic Easter Eggs were on the market for quite a while, but now are big business! They come in different shapes and sizes, colorful and are created using a wide variety of decor and craft techniques. Whether you're making an Easter egg for your own personal Easter memories or as a gift for someone else, it is a fun and unique toy that kids of all ages love.
One way to create a small plastic Easter egg that is fun and unique is to fill it with colorful or glitters pastel. To find different pastels that will give your eggs that "mood," try searching for products at your local dollar or discount store. Or if you're looking for a brighter, more vivid color, consider purchasing Easter baskets filled with the most popular brightly colored Easter eggs on sale this year. Whichever method you choose to make your plastic egg, the result will be fun, creative and inexpensive.
If you have small children who enjoy painting and creating art, you can also make these plastic Easter eggs for them. Purchase a few simple clay tiles and some paints. Let your kids brainstorm with you what they want to do with their eggs. Most kids love to paint and draw on anything they can get their hands on. If you don't have any clay, consider purchasing a small assortment of paints from your local art supply store. Again, let your kids brainstorm on what they want to do with the plastic eggs you've purchased.
Once they have chosen and created their masterpiece, let them know how much they worked on it. Ask them to let you know how long it took them. It's a great way for your children to feel like an artist. Now, it's time for you to purchase the eggs your kids have created. Make sure you shop in bulk to get the best deal. This is a great opportunity to buy a few more plastic eggs for this upcoming holiday because you'll be able to stock up on cute Easter crafts.
An additional activity for you to consider when teaching your kids about the meaning behind eggs is a game called Egg Hunt. The objective of this game is to locate as many plastic eggs as possible within a given time frame. To play this game, your children must find the other players' eggs by 'following' the trail left by their eggs. Each player begins with an egg so it's important for them to find all of the other eggs before the timer runs out.
You can make a great deal of money by selling the eggs that your kids have made. The only downside to this method is that it will take a lot of planning and hard work to successfully market your products. If you're planning on doing this for the whole family, I suggest that you get each of you a small digital camera. The cameras are perfect for taking photos of the eggs so that you can put them up on eBay or put them up on your refrigerator. Your kids will enjoy looking at these photos and hopefully will try their hand at making their own creative and unique Easter eggs this year.