Plastic Easter Egg Globe DIY

I’m throwing a party with plastic eggs today!

Plastic eggs can be used for so much more than just in a neighborhood Easter egg hunt. Check out this super simple and festive craft to hang in a window, as a room decoration, or outside your front door.
IPlastic Easter Egg craft idea @clubchicacircle

With just a few easy steps, you can turn a basket of plastic eggs into a festive decoration.

The only thing you will need are plastic eggs, of course, but make sure they are the kind that have two holes at the bottom of egg. This is usually because of the way they are molded.

I also used Creatology Glitter Stretch Cord, that I found at my local Michaels.

Easter Egg globe decoration supplies

Then, it is just a matter of stringing them together, linking they through the holes in the bottom.

I fed one end of the cord through the first hole, opened up the egg and fed it through the second hole out of the egg. Then I closed the egg bag up and repeated with more eggs.

I strung 11 eggs together, but you can try more or less eggs if you prefer. I tried different number combinations, but 11 eggs gave me a nice full party plastic egg “globe”.

Plastic easter egg globe craft decoration DIY @clubchicacircle

I finished up this easy craft by tying the two ends of the cord together in the middle creating the party globe shape. Then I added a pretty blue ribbon for hanging my decorative Easter egg globe.

The question is, where should it go?

Plastic Easter Egg Decoration Craft Idea
it makes a really pretty and festive hanging decoration. It’s light enough that I just used a push pin to attach it to the ceiling.

Easter Egg party decoration craft idea

Or it can be a fun alternative to a traditional wreath as a door decoration.

Plastic Easter Egg Door decoration

Lovely! So buy extra plastic eggs to decorate your home with, or this is a fun way to reuse plastic eggs after the Easter festivities are done.

Happy Crafting!


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Pauline Molinari

I'm the crafty maven, and I'm on a mission to spread craftiness. With a fine arts degree, over 15 years experience in children's publishing, and a savvy, stylish, sassy tween daughter, I come armed with perspective and passion to inspire tween girls and their mothers to be crafty together. 

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  2 comments for “Plastic Easter Egg Globe DIY

  1. April 1, 2015 at 3:40 pm

    Where did you buy the eggs with the two holes in the bottom for the Plastic Easter Egg Hanging Decoration?
    Thanks! I want to do it for my Sunday School class. – Debbie

    • April 1, 2015 at 7:13 pm

      I just bought them at the grocery store or Michaels. Most of them already have the holes in the bottom, I think because of how they were made.

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