One Thing to Do With Your Extra Easter Eggs





Introduction: One Thing to Do With Your Extra Easter Eggs

I was thinking about what I should enter for the pocket-sized contest, and this thought came to me. Maybe I could use some of those left-over plastic Easter eggs. Thus - this Instructable was born.

Step 1: Supplies

1. 1 plastic Easter egg
2. 1 pair of earphones
3. ipod, zune, CD player etc.
4. 1 airline adapter (optional)

Step 2: Inside the Egg

A. First, open the plastic Easter egg as in picture #1
B. Next, wrap the earphones around your hand as in picture #2.
C. Then, place the earphones in the larger end of the egg as in picture #3.
D. After that, put the airline adapter inside the top end of the egg as in picture #4.
E. Finally, just snap the egg back together and place it in your pocket (or where ever you want).

Step 3: You're Done!!!

You're done! cool! Good for you!

Here are some main things I do with my egg:
1. Carry it in my pocket instead of wrapping my earphones around my ipod.
2. Take on plane trips with airline adapter handy.
3. And just ~~ eat cheese ~~ ROCK out!



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    K.I.S.S. Keep it simple, stupid! What a great and easy use for those useless little things. I'll have to wait till spring when Mum gets them back down from the attic.

    why don't u just get them down your self???

    Because they're buried under ungodly amounts of stuff.  Trust me, you don't want to go into our attic without getting a ton of stuff out, too.

    you should have an attic sale


    This is cool but i put a moter inside and the headphones wrap up themselves but i dont know how i did it...^^,

    nice, if you cut a hole in the egg you could push more wire in/pull it out to shorten.lenghthen the earphone wire.

    yo i was wondering how to cross out letters. Nice idea.

    ~ <--- Put two of those, space, whatever you want crossed out, space, then two more of those, and it strikes though. , <-- Comma. Pretty obvious. Put two of those, space, words, space, two more, and then it's small, but down. Put 3 of those, space, words, space, three more, and that's small words, but up.