4. Starting from the back, thread the twine in one hole and back through the other as this is how it will stay straight.
Usually when we eat boiled eggs for dinner (a regular easy meal at our house) the kids like to turn the egg over when they’ve finished and pretend there is a new egg to eat. The unsuspecting recipient then gets a bit of a surprise when the spoon goes right through an empty egg shell. They think it is hilarious and the joke somehow never fails to get old. However, this time I asked the kids to keep their shells intact as I had a different plan for the eggshells…
*This post was originally published on Kidspot Village Voices on 6 October 2012.
This year, here in Victoria, Easter is at the end of the school holidays which gives us a good couple of weeks of school holiday time to get into some Easter themed crafting with the kids. For the next six weeks I’m going to be posting lots of Easter craft ideas. This might also include some re-posting of a few from the FGB archives for all of my lovely new followers who might have missed them. If you have a gorgeous Easter craft to share, I’d love to include some guest posts.
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** The party bag was small and simply contained some lollies, cupcake stickers and some cupcake shaped lipgloss.