Reusing Easter Plastic Eggs

[Updated: January 2019]

“Once all the colourful plastic Easter eggs are found and opened, what do you do with them? If you’re not keen on keeping them in storage till next year, there are plenty of things you can use them for. From crafts to games to new toys, check out all the amazing things you and your little ones can create using these Easter trinkets.” – Leah Rocketto

Creative Ways to Repurpose Plastic (Kinder) Eggs | ecogreenlove
Toothbrush Case
When traveling, you can keep your toothbrush well protected from dust and dirt by cutting a hole in the bottom of the capsule with a utility knife. Slide the toothbrush head-first through the hole and close the capsule.
Creative Ways to Repurpose Plastic (Kinder) Eggs | ecogreenlove
Lollipop Holder
To make a lollipop holder out of the plastic capsule, all you have to do is drill a hole in the bottom and the capsule will become a storage container for your sucker, meaning you can carry it around lint-free and save the rest for later.
Creative Ways to Repurpose Plastic (Kinder) Eggs | ecogreenlove
Shoe Deoodorizer
empty teabags for loose tea, funnel, spoon, baking soda, stapler, Kinder Surprise Egg capsule, thumbtack Fill the teabag with a few teaspoons of baking soda. Place the sealed teabag in the capsule and pierce the capsule several times with a thumbtack so the deodorizer can take effect. Make sure to replace the baking soda every so often for the full effect [Source]

Jump to the minute 1:50 of the video below to see a phone stand made of Kinder plastic eggs:

Creative Ways to Repurpose Plastic (Kinder) Eggs | ecogreenlove
Reduce, reuse, recycle- Kinder Surprise by Tina Jeler
A lamp made with a Kinder plastic egg surprise {French}
Easter eggs are’t just for the kids. Create a tea light flight for your living room kitchen, or patio.
How to Create Decoupaged Eggs
A great way to re-use broken dyed eggs, by reusing them as tealights
How to Make a Flower from a Plastic Egg container
Decorate with used easter plastic eggs

Ideas to make with Kids / for Kids

Add some fun and fragrance to your tot’s bath time with these easy-to-make bath bombs.
DIY- KIDS CRAFT {recycled easter eggs turned snake}
Teach your toddler ABCs and 123s using some eggs and a permanent marker.
Use the plastic eggs as a mold for Rice Krispies treats, Jello, and other tasty treats.
Whether it’s for the front door or your tot’s play room, turning your eggs into a colourful wreath is a great way to decorate.
Kinder egg pod with snacks inside
Minion Crafts – Weebles made from Kindersuprise Egg Capsules!
DIY Easter Eggs for Scavenger Hunt with kinder plastic egg cases
Easter Egg Lunch Hunt…fill plastic eggs with lunch foods, hide them, kids find them and then have a picnic.
Rather than using tupperware to store your big batch of play dough, keep them color coded with the eggs.
Eco-Friendly Craft and Game: Reusing Plastic Eggs to Make Flowers
Bee family with opened Kinder egg suprises cases
Easter Egg Roller Painting
Skull Treat Boxes with plastic eggs
5 Ideas for Plastic Eggs
Kinder Surprise Case to Tooth Fairy Box
10 Fun Learning Games Using Plastic Eggs
11 Ways To Upcycle Your Leftover Easter Goods into Learning Lessons For Children
10 Fun Ways to Play & Learn with Plastic Eggs
20 Plastic Egg Activities
14 Crafts and Activities with Plastic Eggs
Play and Learning Activities with Plastic Eggs
10 Fun Ways to Recycle Plastic Easter Eggs

If you have more ideas that may or may not appear here but you have made yourself or found somewhere else, please share them with us! If you like this entry and got inspired, please share and follow us in our different social networks!

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