Plastic Easter Egg Floating Fish

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PLastic Easter Egg Floating Fish

 

It has been 2 months since Easter & I still have a pile of plastic Easter eggs filling up my craft drawers. We have used them many times in water play in the past. I thought we could dress them up a bit and make colorful fish out of them.

 

Plastic Egg Fish

 

What you will need:

Plastic Easter eggs

Foam sheets

Glue gun – As always use caution when operating. Adults should operate.

Googly eyes

 

Directions: Glue the plastic eggs together. Be careful when using hot glue on plastic as it can melt easily. Do not let the gun get too hot.

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Cut pieces out of the foam for the different fins.

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Squeeze a bead of glue onto the end of the back fin. Let the glue cool for a few seconds & add to the fatter part of the egg.

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Add the top fin & googly eyes.

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Add the side fins to each side of the egg.

Mai took these into the bath this evening & loved them.

“Mama, can I take a bath with them again tomorrow?”

“Of course!”

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4 comments

    1. We have so many. I could have filled her whole bath with plastic fish. LOL! We still had some from last year too on top of this years. I don’t think I need to buy them again next year or the year after.

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