Still have any plastic Easter eggs left laying around?  Looking fome something useful to do with them?  Taylor from Taylor Made came up with an idea that’s so clever no one will likely guess its humble origins!  Lined with a row of tealight candles, this elegant display is far removed  from the bright colors of an Easter basket.  If you’re uncomfortable burning candles inside the plastic eggs (my cats would have the whole thing knocked off the coffee table inside of five minutes),  yous can also use the battery-powered tealights sold at Dollar Tree .  [how to make a recycled plastic egg tealight holder]

Project estimate:

  • Plastic Easter eggs, on hand
  • Spray paint, on hand or $1 and up
  • Glue, on hand
  • Scrap wood, on hand
  • Tea lights, $1 and up

Total: $1 and up

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