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Our motto here on Inspired By Dis is “Everything’s better with mouse ears.” That goes for plastic Easter eggs, too. Wouldn’t you give an extra squeal if you lifted up a pillow and found a hidden egg with tiny mouse ears? Once you’ve gathered all the supplies, this project will take you about 10 minutes, so don’t pretend like you don’t have time to put Mickey ears on your Easter eggs. EVERYBODY got time for that!
- Plastic Easter Eggs. I used these from Target.
- Two pom poms per egg, one inch, in matching colors. I got the pom poms from Michaels.
- Hot glue gun
Step 1 – Separate the two halves of the egg. You are going to be using the smaller, rounder side. Place two dabs of glue on both sides of the top center of the egg. Don’t worry about glue trails; we’ll remove them later.
Step 2 – Quickly place your corresponding color pom poms on each dab of glue and hold in place for about 10 seconds. You should be able to pick off any cooled glue trails at this point.
Step 3 – Repeat Steps 1 and 2 with the rest of your eggs and pom poms.
Step 4 – Fill with candy. Reattach the egg halves. Hide.