Confetti Splat Easter Eggs
This free Easter craft project shows you how to make a Confetti splat Easter Eggs
These confetti eggs are great fun for kids to make and play with. They are ideal alternatives to chocolate eggs.
Carefully pierce one end of the egg with a needle. Turn over and make a small hole. Let the raw egg pour out.
Gently rinse out and allow to dry.
Remember they are very brittle so handle them carefully.
Once they are dry decorate the outside with paint, glue glitter and decorations of your choice.
Fill the egg with confetti, use the funnel to help.
Glue a small piece of tissue or tissue paper to the open end of the egg. This will close up the hole that you placed the confetti into.
Now it is complete and can be broken over people heads for loads of laughs.
By Shellie Wilson. Shellie is the chief creative editor for Craftbits.