Confetti Eggs

Hatch some fun: Crack confetti-filled hollow eggs over friends' heads in celebration of the new year. The confetti that comes pouring out signifies all the good days to come.

Confetti Eggs

Source: Martha Stewart Kids, Volume 6 2002


  • Eggs

  • Bowl

  • Confetti

  • Scissors

  • Tissue paper

  • Glue


  1. Crack open the tops of raw eggs. Drain the contents into a bowl, and save for another purpose. Wash out the shells, and let dry completely.

  2. Buy confetti at a craft store, or make your own with a hole punch and construction paper. Fill shells one-third full with confetti, about 2 tablespoons per egg.

  3. Cut circles out of tissue paper to cover the holes. Run a thin line of glue around hole, and affix tissue-paper circle.


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