This is what I made that is great for an easter egg hunt. Crack it on people's heads to cover them in confetti!
This is also an entry for the Egg-Bot contest so please vote!
Here is what you need:
1 Bobby Pin
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Step 1: Paint the Egg!
On this step, you can paint the egg or dye the egg. Be sure to let it dry before starting.
Step 2: Make a Hole in the Egg!
Use the bobby pin to poke a hole in the egg. Continue widening the hole by twisting your wrist like a key. The third picture shows about how wide it should be. (Sorry about the picture but it should be about 1 inch by 1 inch wide.)
Once it is about that wide, go to the next step.
Step 3: Dump It Out!
Empty everything from the egg including the yolk.
Save it so you can use it later.
After it is empty, wash it out with water.
Step 4: Fill It Back Up!
Take the confetti (It doesn't matter it is made out of paper or plastic.) and stuff the egg with a lot of confetti.
Step 5: Cover It!
Use the glue and tissue paper to cover the hole in the egg.
Step 6: Add Some Emotion! (Optional)
You can use the Sharpie to draw a battle face on it just for fun.
Step 7: Attack!
Hit the person's head with the egg and it will pop out the confetti.
Step 8: Use the Rest of the Egg!
We don't want to waste a perfectly good egg, right? So why don't you make an omelet? Or scrambled eggs? You can do it!
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