Easter Egg Holder in Seconds

Easter Egg Holder in Seconds

Easter Egg Holder in Seconds
Easter Egg Holder in Seconds
This image courtesy of holsterbrands.com

Make an Easter egg holder in seconds with hot glue. Dying Easter eggs will never be easier, and you'll have a convenient way to display your eggs afterward. Using colorful hot glue, you can make a basic little stand for your eggs. The colorful stands are festive for spring time! Make as many as you need. You just need to wait for them to dry, and you're good to go. Once you have your Easter egg stands all made, you can display faux Easter eggs throughout the house, or even store hard boiled eggs on the little stands in your fridge for easy access.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Difficulty LevelEasy

SeasonSpring

HolidayEaster

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Hobby Holster by Holster Brands
  • Hot glue gun
  • Hot glue in color of your choice from Holster Brands
  • Measuring spoon
  • Butter

Instructions

  1. Glue a small circle of colored hot glue on your Hobby Holster. Make sure it's large enough for your egg stand.

  2. Take your measuring spoon and rub the bottom in butter to create a nonstick surface. While the glue is still hot, create an impression in the glue with the spoon. Let dry.

  3. Unstick the spoon from the glue. Your stand is ready!

  4. Make as many egg stands as needed.

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These are cute and look WAAAAY more reliable than using the carton. So many dyed eggs have been ruined because I trusted the instructions on the box #bitter

This is so so fast and easy and a very quick video but you must see this a great way to let your eggs dry while you are dying them instead of using the carton. Just use hot glue and make a small indent in it to let eggs sit level. So cool.

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