Easy. Easter. Eggs.
Sweet candy creations
Customize your own candy necklaces with Easter treats. They’ll look too good to eat.
• Assorted jelly beans • Scissors • Needles • Thread • Ribbon
Sort your jellybeans into fun color and pattern combos. String them with a sewing needle and thread, positioning them horizontally and vertically to create different looks. Pro tip: Parents, do this step for your little kids.
Tie the ends with ribbon for a finished look. You can package these up in a special box to give as a handmade gift.
Giant surprise egg
They’ve never seen a surprise ball like this before.
• Giant plastic eggs • Crepe paper streamers • Tape • Plush toy for inside the egg • Small prizes, gifts & treats
Fill the giant egg with something special and start wrapping. Stretch the crepe paper streamers as you wrap to keep everything smooth. Add little prizes and treats—stickers, rings, candy, etc.—as you go. Pro tip: Use a few pieces of tape as you wrap your base layer to keep the streamers in place.
Switch colors as you build layers. Tape off and add contrasting stripes of color.
Shaving cream egg dye
Fun for kids and grownups. Just be sure to wear gloves.
• Eggs • Shaving cream • Food coloring/egg dye • Baking dish • Latex gloves • Paper towels • Skewers
Pro tip: Don’t use all the colors at once or it’ll turn brown.
Color & finish
Pro tip: Depending on the size of your dish, you can roll lots of eggs in one batch.