Most kids love Easter eggs! They like painting on hard boiled eggs, opening them to see what is inside and most of all eating them!
However, as parents we do try to make sure that they can enjoy having Easter eggs without having too much chocolate.
We loved the Paper Mache Easter Egg featured on Peakle Pie and decided to fill one with other things for Easter!
POP CORN – sweet or salty it takes up lots of space and is tasty too!
SEED PACKETS – so that we can grow some spring flowers.
PENCILS – because everyone loves colouring in.
CHOCOLATE COINS – a firm favourite but is less chocolate than a traditional egg.
MINI LEGO MAN – to go with our huge box of building bricks.
So as you can see we created a wonderful Easter Egg that is a great alternative to the usual chocolate eggs she receives at Easter.
Want more great ideas for making your own Alternative Easter Eggs?
Here are some wonderful ideas for some egg fillings.
Easter Egg Fillings (edible and non edible!)
These Chocolate Crackle Easter Eggs from Danya Banya look yummy and are so pretty too!
Want something yucky and silly at the same time? Try out this Silly Sticky Plastic Egg Filler from Arts & Crackers.
Discovering The World Through My Son’s Eyes shared Easter Cascarones. We had never heard of these before but we will be making some of these very soon.
Decorating Outside of the Egg – Kids
Chalkboard Paint Easter Egg are such a great idea from Mini Monets and Mommies!
We loves using washi tape so these Kids Washi Tape Easter Eggs from Crafts On Sea would really appeal to her!
Who could resist Danya Banya’s simple way of Decorating Eggs with Edible Paints and Markers?
Some super painting from Natural Beach Living and their Child’s Egg Watercolor Masterpieces!
We found some great alternative egg ideas from Fun Littles with their Easter Egg Ideas.
Torn Tissue Plastic Eggs from Capri+3 looks like a simple but really great Easter craft for younger children.
A fantastic Easter craft for toddlers that looks easy to make from a Little Pinch of Perfect. Check out their post called toddler friendly Tye Dye Easter Eggs!
Decorating Outside of the Egg
Older Kids/Adult Help
We thought that a Silk Dyed Easter Egg would just make a perfect gift. Thank you Mama Papa Bubba!
Fun Littles showed us how to make some unique looking eggs with their Art activities for Kids – Melted Crayon Art for Easter.
For some different ideas Kids Creative Chaos shared some wonderful ideas from their 7 Unique Egg Carton Crafts.
Finally we have a lovely Easter Egg Decoration for Space Eggs via Fun Littles!
So as you can see lots of different ideas for filling your Easter egg this year! Which one will be your favourite?
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