Easy Easter Egg Basket Ideas

Update:11 Nov 2021

Plastic Easter Eggs are great for kids of all ages-starting from babies to preschoolers and even older! They are fun & simple to use. They are also inexpensive, and children love using them!

Plastic Easter Eggs come in so many shapes and sizes that there is bound to be one to fit your child's personality. They are easy to make. You don't need an egg carton, you just fill it with colored marker or crayons, shake it up, shake it down, and you have a wonderful creation waiting for you to give it to your child as a gift on Easter morning. Plastic Easter eggs are especially popular now because of the many Easter themed crafts available. They are even available as tiny plastic eggs for little baby girls!

There are a number of fun and creative ways to make a colorful plastic egg for your next kid's Easter party. A great craft using plastic eggs is to make a bird feeder for your yard. To make this easy craft, just use the best quality bird seed you can find, including dandelion, sunflower, chickadee, white breast and grasshopper. Make sure to put the seeds in a tightly sealed bag before you begin to cover the ground with the seed. Then, select a fun and colorful hot glue gun to attach the seeds to the grass or branches in your yard.



Another way to make a plastic egg for Easter is to decorate your yard with homemade wreaths. The easiest wreath to hang from your tree is a bird feeder wreath, but any wreath will work. Take a plain square or circle and cut it to fit. Add some ivy to help add height and wrap the wreath around your entire tree. Then, take an egg filled plastic egg and place it in the center of the wreath and tie a ribbon around the wreath to help decorate it.

The third and easiest way to make a colorful Easter egg is to use small pieces of yellow, green and purple tissue paper and glue them to small round or oval popsicle sticks that have been covered with yellow tissue paper and glue them into vases. Next, take an egg filled plastic egg and tape it onto the stick. You can trace a circle on the front of the egg by folding it over and tape it to the stick, or you can simply cut the circle out and glue it to the stick.

If you are looking for a simple and inexpensive way to create Easter fun, you can create your own DIY Easter eggs. There are many projects you can do with just a little time and ingenuity. Try making egg garland by folding a piece of brown paper in half and twisting two ends together so that they meet. Cut strips of colorful paper to use as the pattern for the egg garland. You can then glue the strips onto the stick and trim the end of the stick to make it easier to braid the egg garland.