I first saw confetti eggs, also known as cascarones, when I moved to San Antonio and began to celebrate Fiesta. If you don’t know what cascarones are, they are eggs that are emptied out, painted and then filled with colorful confetti. I love to make confetti eggs because not only are they a fun and easy craft for kids of all ages but they also make Easter more colorful and pictures really fun. Here is a quick tutorial on how to make Easter inspired confetti eggs.
Making Easter inspired confetti eggs is an easy craft but may take a small amount of patience and skill when you are poking a hole in the egg shell. I do not recommend that kids attempt to puncture the egg. When it is time to paint the egg I suggest that you paint one side of the egg at a time so your colors stay bright and do not run or smear. You can also purchase paper confetti or make your own.
I love confetti eggs! They work perfectly when you incorporate them into a fun Easter picture.
Have you ever made Easter inspired confetti eggs? What Easter craft traditions do you have?
Written by: Aimee Fauci