Confetti Eggs

Apparently in Mexico these confetti filled colored eggs are used for celebrations.  Created and then smashed all across town to mark the festivities,  I only can imagine the clean up.  Sounds frightening really.
I can’t see this catching on in NYC, but one can hope right?  :)

via Scout & Catalogue

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2 Comments

  1. Posted August 11, 2011 at 3:28 pm | Permalink

    LOVE THESE!! SO BEAUTIFUL!

  2. Jennifer Ramirez
    Posted November 13, 2011 at 12:04 pm | Permalink

    Hi, im from Mexico and its not so hard to clean if you do it on a flat surface, its a fun tradition that we enjoy and more the little ones, they are so easy to make.
    You need:
    Eggs (empty and clean)
    Paints
    Confetti
    Tissue paper
    Glue
    1.-Instead of trowing your egg shells you can save them but just make a little hole on the top and you can cook them, i usually take more than a week to get at least 20 shells. Once that you have the shell wash it.

    2.- Paint the eggs as you prefer you can use any washable paint and let them dry.

    3.- Fill the eggs with the confetti.

    4.-Make tissue paper squares bigger than the hole on the shell, put some glue around the hole and paste the tissue square. let it dry and you are done!.

    The point its to broke them on the head.

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