The birds in your garden will love this edible "welcome to spring" gift ornament! Using plastic Easter eggs as the mold, the egg-shaped ornament is filled with yummy bird seeds. Your flying friends will definitely appreciate it! More info on this easy spring project can be found here.
What a cute idea! A miniature potted air plant can add a unique look to your home or office decor. Just poke a couple of holes in the bottom of a plastic Easter egg, twist a few wires to make a stand, and fill it with your air plant. Full instructions for this DIY project can be found here.
Decorative wreaths aren't just for the Christmas season. You can make a gorgeous spring-themed wreath using plastic egg shells, ribbons, and hot glue. It's super easy - all you need to do is hot glue ribbons around the eggs, and then glue the eggs to a blank wreath form. Complete instructions can be found here.
This adorable egg-shaped soap makes a great gift for Easter. Plastic eggs serve as the mold for soap. You don't need to be a soap-maker to do this. You can skip the lengthy process of creating soap from scratch by using "pour and mold" soap, which still allows you some creativity in the soap making process. Instructions for this project can be found here.
These cute teacups may very well bring out the kid in you. Buttons applied to the base of the egg give it enough stability to stand up on its own. Add some decorative bling to accessorize and personalize each baby teacup. Full instructions on this DIY project can be found here.
Watch the video to learn how to make "rainbow jello jiggler deviled eggs" for Easter.
A Time Of Renewal
Spring is a season of renewal, when plants come back to life and new animals are born. In keeping with the season, consider giving the humble plastic egg a new life by trying out some of these cool projects!