The cool thing about a Kinder Surprise is kids get a chocolate treat, plus a toy from the little plastic surprise egg inside of it. But what you might not know is people use those little plastic eggs to make all sorts of amazing Kinder Egg crafts…
Top 10 Ways To Recycle and Reuse Kinder Surprise Eggs
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While not the most useful of things, I had to give credit to its ingenious use. Perfect if you’re an amateur paraglider.
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These little plastic egg easter chicks could make an appearance year after year if you keep them safe!
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Doing the outside crafts then putting one of those LED votive candles inside makes these glow bugs look just like the real thing!
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The countdown calendar could be used to countdown to anything. Birthdays, special occasions, even Easter!
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Believe it or not, these cool mini musical maracas are made from a kinder surprise container and 2 plastic spoons!
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For long walks in the wilderness or long journeys by vehicle. These little snack rations will make a great little healthy treat (or an unhealthy one depending what you put inside of it).
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If your little one is losing some milk teeth this recycled Tooth Fairy container could bring them some good money in exchange for it!
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You might need an awful lot of kinder eggs to make this idea, but it would definitely be worth it. Even if you are not Jewish it would still make a cool candle holder.
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This one requires a few crochet skills, but it looks cuter than the kids Kinder use in their adverts!
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The yellow eggs are perfect for the minion’s skin colour. Shape, style it all seems to fit.