I think I saw this on Pinterest a while ago, so it's not really an original idea. But here's how I did it:
- 6-12 white plastic eggs - I found a dozen pack at Hobby Lobby around Easter. I was planning on painting colored eggs white, but I lucked out with these.
- 1 empty egg carton - I specifically bought half a dozen eggs in a cardboard carton, so I could reuse the carton for this project.
- White fleece - less than 1/8 yard
- Yellow fleece - less than 1/8 yard (scraps will do!)
- White chalk
1. Cut the white fleece into circular shapes. I wasn't too strict on it being an exact circle, because they're eggs! They rarely cook in a perfect circle. They're about 3-4'' in diameter.
2. Cut 2''x2'' yellow squares, one for each white circle. Place a yellow square in the middle of the circle, and draw a circle on it with chalk.
3. Sew the yellow and white fleece together using the chalk-line circle as a guide.
5. Repeat for however many eggs you want to make. Then fold each egg yolk and stuff it into a plastic shell.
That's it! It took me about 30 minutes to make six and stuff them. I can't wait to give them to Daisy on her birthday!