Plastic Egg Garland

Plastic Easter eggs are strung together to make an easy Easter garland. These are so simple to make, just open the egg, place a thin yarn, string or thread inside and snap shut.


  1. Maegan  March 9, 2011

    This is perfect! I’m totally doing this. Thanks 🙂

  2. mollie  March 9, 2011

    This is such a great idea! Simple, but way cute…I must do it!

  3. donna pecora  March 10, 2011

    this is a wonderful idea…compared to heating the needle and putting a hole in the top of the egg, insert string or yarn, knot, snap together and hang….goodbye old way

  4. found it made it  March 10, 2011

    Oooh, I love this, I can’t wait to show my step-daughter! We always get so excited about dying easter eggs and then the experience is inevitable anti-climactic. I think it’s time to try something new this year.

  5. Veronica M.  March 10, 2011

    Great idea! I for some reason keep buying plastic eggs every year and this would be a great project to finally use them!

  6. marissa  March 10, 2011

    this is so adorable thanks for sharing!

  7. Diane  March 10, 2011

    This is so simple that I believe my 4 year old will be able to help me with the project.
    Thanks so much for sharing!

  8. Karli  March 11, 2011

    Wow! So cute! What a great way to use those darn leftover plastic eggs I have been collecting every year 🙂

    • camilla  March 12, 2011

      Thank you so much, Karli! I am always stuck with extra eggs too…

  9. gloria  March 12, 2011

    What was used to paint the eggs? How were the stripes added?

    • camilla  March 12, 2011

      Hi Gloria-
      I bought these eggs with the stripes already on them. I picked them up at my grocery store in the holiday section.
      Thanks for commenting,

  10. Charisa  March 16, 2011

    Such a cute and easy idea! Love that the kids can actually help with this one!

  11. Jamie B  March 4, 2012

    What a super cute and easy craft! I love this! I hope it’s okay, I just couldn’t resist featuring your cute egg garland in a Easter craft round-up I just did. You can see it here:

    Thank you so much for sharing!

  12. Amber  March 5, 2012

    So cute. Easy craft for my kids to do. Thanks

    • camilla  March 5, 2012

      Thanks Amber! There are so many cute plastic eggs in the stores right now – have fun with this! Camilla