Easter Inspired Confetti Eggs

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.

Easter Inspired Confetti EggsMaking 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 eggshell. 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.

How to Make Easter Inspired Confetti Eggs

I love confetti eggs! They work perfectly when you incorporate them into a fun Easter picture.

Confetti Eggs Make For Fun Pictures

Confetti Egg Fun

Confetti Eggs

Confetti Eggs are easy and fun to make. They are perfect for Easter, Fiesta, and Cinco de Mayo.

Have you ever made Easter inspired confetti eggs? What Easter craft traditions do you have?


  1. These are beautiful and so much fun!! My son would LOVE dumping the confetti out all over the place.

  2. I think we might need to do this. My kids would so get a kick out of making confetti balls. I love the pic of your daughter with her eyes closed.

  3. Such a fun idea! I’m sure it’s a big hit with the kids. Heck who am I kidding? It would be a big hit for the adults too 🙂

  4. These are so pretty! I’ve never seen anything like them before, my kids would love them. Thanks for sharing at What’d You Do This weekend? I hope you will join us again this Monday morning 🙂

  5. What a cute idea–my daughter will love these!! Thanks for linking up at MeetUp Monday! Hope to see you again tomorrow!! (www.thequinntessentialmommy.com)

  6. Megan @ C'mon Get Crafty says

    How fun! There are always so many plastic eggs around, I never would have thought to craft with real eggshells!

  7. I’ve never done this before, but it looks awesome. Think I will try this out this year!

    Thanks for linking up to Marvelous Monday on Smart Party Planning.

  8. LOVE these! I am definitely making these with my son. He will love them! Stopping by from the SITS link up!

  9. This is such a cute idea!

  10. What a cute idea. My toddler would just love this. I might be doing this for Easter. Thank you.

  11. Oh – how fun! It has been awhile since I last saw an easter egg – always brings me good and happy memories.

  12. Ann Bacciaglia says

    I remember doing Easter eggs with the kids when they were little. I never did confetti eggs. This is such a great idea.

  13. We love cascarones! My in laws are from Mexico and my MIL makes several dozen each year. I have never made them but I really need to or at least help her out. They are so fun. I hope you will linkup this post with our Small Victories Sunday linkup going on all week!

  14. I have never made confetti eggs before but these look like so much fun.

  15. These are cute. It’s the pictures that get me though, those are fun!!

  16. I’ve always like the confetti eggs. I love how you added the Easter twist! Maybe I can make some for our family Easter Egg Hunt!

  17. What a cute idea! This would be so fun & then you can use the eggs for gardening later 😛

  18. Oh my goodness, this is the coolest idea I have seen today! Amazing! So glad that you came to my link party, thank you, it means a lot to me! Thanks for sharing this super duper creativity!

  19. I have never really done much for Easter. It’s not really one of those holidays I get into the holiday spirit over so I don’t mess with decorating and my in-laws cook the meal. My mother usually has to work because the mall she works at is open Easter Sunday and if the store does not open they get fined. So, I tend to get angry that my mom is the one who works all the holidays because they think she doesnt have a big family like the other people and shes the only one who actually needs the job. The rest of the ladies are just bored retirees.

  20. This is such a fun and cute idea to do with the kids; I’m certainly going to do this!

  21. Wow how fun are these! I’ve never done anything like this but what a great and fun idea! Littles would love them!

  22. Those look like a whole lot of fun! Perfect for Easter.

  23. These are really cute idea for a different type of Easter egg. I like it!

  24. Oh, this is such a cool idea! I need to do this with the kids for Easter.

  25. I love the project! How much fun. You are right great for phots!

  26. I have never seen these before but they do looks so pretty. I bet kids have a great time playing with them too. Great idea!

  27. What a cool idea and it’s so simple! These are such a fun idea to make Easter more festive!

  28. I think this is something I can do. The hole is big enough that it won’t be impossible to get the egg out!

  29. These are too cute – what a fun take on Easter eggs! Can’t wait to try these out!

  30. Haha those are fantastic – what a great fun idea! I even fancy them as an adult. x

  31. awww! How fun! I love this idea. My kids would love it this Easter! Thank you for inspiring something that is going to be so great for my children!

  32. What a really cute idea! My kids would love this! Just a mess to clean up but it looks well worth it!

  33. Super cute and fun! My kids would love this! And 6 kids! I can barely keep up with my four…kudos to you!

  34. What a fun thing to do with the kids. Pinned. Thanks for sharing on Merry Monday.

  35. Love your Confetti eggs!! How fun would this be??!! Pinning!

  36. I never made the Easter Confetti eggs, but I want to do this with my Grandkids. What a cute idea.

  37. I love these confetti eggs. They would be so much fun to throw around during an Easter party.

  38. Confetti eggs are so much fun! I would love that if I was a kid!

  39. Such a cute idea! What kind of confetti did you use? It kind of looks like little pieces of soap or something (the confetti I mean, not the eggs)! Awesome craft idea for Easter!

    • aimeefauci@gmail.com says

      Our store sells already made paper confetti! Since Fiesta is so big in San Antonio they sell bags of it for those that make their own cascarones!

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