Grab some plastic Easter eggs from the dollar store and try these 8 crafts

Some people think crafting requires a ton of expensive supplies, but the truth is, you could probably make something really awesome out of items you have hanging around the house. If you still have a bag of leftover plastic eggs from last year's hunt, grab them! If not, stocking up on these inexpensive eggs costs next to nothing.
With or without kids, you'll discover that these colorful eggs offer many crafting options and require very little work or additional items. Have fun and impress your friends with your egg-scellent talents!
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1. Tealight candles (h/t Taylormade)
Use egg bottoms to create a row of beautiful, flickering tealight candles. What a creative way to recycle plastic eggs. You'd never know by looking at them what they used to be.
2. Jello Molds (h/t Robbygurl's Creations)
Make the cutest Easter dessert at the table when you use plastic Easter eggs as molds for Jello. This idea serves up a fun dessert that not only pleases the palate but looks adorable, too.
3. Decoupage eggs (h/t Sew for Soul)
Bring plastic eggs to life with this visually appealing DIY that creates cool-looking, vintage-style decoupage eggs using these cheap plastic pieces. Arrange them for a pretty table centerpiece.
4. Planter (h/t DIY Network)
Craft a captivating planter using a jumbo-size plastic egg. Perfect for springtime, these colorful planters really stand out on your porch or patio.
5. Egg cupcakes (h/t Chica Circle)
Use plastic eggs to create a totally different kind of food — cute, colorful cupcakes. These make fun party favors for kids ... and they light up!
6. Bird feeders (h/t Redeem Your Ground)
Feed the birds in the niftiest way possible by recycling plastic eggs into outdoor, hanging bird feeders.
7. Egg geodes (h/t Martha Stewart)
Put eggs on display as sparkly, beautiful geodes. You'll never believe these used to be dollar store decorations. ​
8. Farmhouse eggs (h/t The Daily DIYer)
Take plastic eggs to the next level by creating shabby-chic and charming farmhouse eggs, ideal for a table decoration for every occasion. And, this craft is quick.
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