A wonderful Mum at the Twinadoes School, known in our house as ‘Princess Heather, made these awesome plaster Easter eggs for the kids to decorate in class this week.
Princess Heather used silicon cake moulds (for locals, she got these fabulous egg moulds from the Reject Shop – they are on sale now, if they have any left) and plaster of paris (available from any hardware store) to create the eggs. Then the kids painted them with regular, kid friendly, paints.
This is such a fabulous ‘non chocolate’ Easter activity or gift I thought I’d share it with you all. It would also be a great party activity, I am eyeing off dinosaur cake moulds for a certain small boy’s party sometime in the future!
Thanks Princess Heather – both girls loved doing this and their eggs now take pride of place on the shelf in their bedroom!