I wanted to play around with plastic Easter eggs this year, but I wasn't sure what to do.  Last year, when there was an egg contest going on, I experimented with blowing out the insides from real eggs and then trying to poke holes into the shell so I could cross stitch on it.  That failed miserably, but then, this year, I thought, why not do it with plastic eggs.  Then I thought, why not use ribbon instead since it will be more bold and noticeable.  Then this happend.

(I stabbed myself in the thumb :( with the exacto and it was hard to thread the ribbons through the holes, so I would not suggest this for kids at all.  Oh, and there is a drill involved, so that's a no-no for kids too.)

Step 1: Supplies

  • Plastic Easter Eggs
  • Ribbon of your favorite colors (that go with the eggs) I used 6mm width, 50 cent ribbon from Michaels
  • Drill with 1/8 bit (or consider using 1 bigger than this) and 3/32 bit
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Metal plastic canvas needle (I broke one, so if you are going to do many eggs, you many need a couple)
  • Needle Nose Pliers
  • Exacto Knife and Clay Scooper Cutting Tool
  • Fray Check (optional)
  • Basket to put eggs in
  • Easter Grass
Very decorative &amp; festive for Easter! These will last for years. I hope your thumb is o.k. I seem to be prone to finger injuries too. Luckily, they have some pretty cool band-aids on the market. :)<br>Happy Easter!
Thanks! My thumb has healed nicely!

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