An instructable about heart shaped eggs.

Step 1: Materials

  • an egg
  • cardboard
  • a pencil OR a stick (I use a pencil)
  • some handkerchiefs
  • some rubberbands

Step 2: Cook

Cook the egg.

Step 3: Fold

While the egg is cooking, fold the cardboard in half.

(Note: The folded cardboard must be a little bit smaller than the egg.)

Step 4: Peel

Peel the egg.

Step 5: Stand

After the egg is cooked, let stand it for 2 minutes.

Step 6: Stuff

Stuff the folded cardboard with some handkerchiefs.

Step 7: Put

Put the egg in the center of the cardboard.

WARNING: The egg must be stand head downwards! (You can see how in the 2.-3. picture)

Step 8: Push

Push the pencil/stick into the middle of the egg.

Step 9: Hold

Hold both ends with the rubber bands.

WARNING: The egg must be warm.

Step 10: Leave

Leave the the egg alone for 1 hour.

Step 11: Remove

Remove the rubber bands from the cardboard. Take the egg out of the cardboard.

Step 12: Done

Your heart shaped egg is done. ❤

Thanks for visiting my instructable! And of course: don't forget to vote in the rubber bands challenge!
Thanks: Snitzel

<p>Wow that is Really cool! Every Valentines Day our Family has a V-day Breakfast, were everything has to be Heart Shaped. We could never figure out how to do Eggs so we didn't :) Now we can use it! THANKS!</p>
<p>Great idea... but something tells me iv seen this idea before...</p><p>Anyway, I still like it!</p>
<p>cool !!!!!!!!!</p>
I wish I'd discovered this the other day.
<p>I could send this to lunch wrapped up with a chop stick instead of a pencil.What a cute bento idea</p>
Dankesch&ouml;n :D
Too many rubber bands = broken egg
Yes, I don't said that :( But I thought, that this is obviously. In satisfaction I send a &quot;virtual bone&quot; to your sad dog :)
<p>nice thanks, was this your idea ?</p>
You ask a Schnitzel? You better don't ask a Schnitzel because a Schnitzel sometimes doesn't says the truth. It's a sly Schnitzel... :D
well just made a heart shaped cookie cutter from an olive can, but i'm sure I have seen it(used can cookie cutter) before but can't remember where, I'm gonna make thin sheet cake of red velvet - heart shaped whoopees i guess
<p>How cool would (will) this be for a surprise Valentine's day breakfast?! Thanks for sharing.</p>
Bitte :)
<p>Beautifully simple and worth a bucket load of brownie point on Valentines day. Thank you. </p>
Mmm, brownie. Nice idea! :)
<p>this was awesomely unexpectedly cool, thank you. :)</p>
<p>Eggcellent idea! </p>
Of course ;D
<p>Very cute!</p>
Thanks :)
<p>Ha! I didn't even realize these were real eggs in the photo. I had no idea this could be done. Very original--you have my vote for rubber bands!</p>
These were real eggs in the photo, but I practiced a lot of : ,,how to make a perfect heart shaped egg?&quot; So, my first egg was a beautiful nothing :)
hahah dude! I think you'll win any valentine's challenge in 2015 hands down with this. :)
Of course :D
<p>!!! you just set me up for a successful valentines day. thanks for sharing!</p>
You're welcome :)
I know ;D
wow this is real nice i am going to try it !
Thanks! Good if I see something like this comment :)
<p>cool! maybe i could make a few for Valentine's Day- just as a cute snack</p>
Yeah, this is a really easy gift for Valantine's Day :)
<p>That looks so cute! I would never have come up with such a strangely creative idea :-) Nice work!</p>
I love it!!! So simple, so brilliant. I can't wait to make a few for my hubby, of course I am going to tell him how hard I worked-or how hard the hens worked, lol! Then I'll show him your ible.
Hah, great idea :)
<p>Ha, that's cool!</p>
Thanks :)

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