34 Egg Carton Crafts
Find egg carton crafts for adults and for kids in this beautiful collection.
Egg carton crafts are so much fun because you can make the most unexpected and innovative things with them! Don't toss those egg cartons. They can be a huge help around your house.
With these 34 Egg Carton Crafts you'll be better organized in no time. You can use them to store all sorts of items, from sewing supplies to paint to desserts and more! They're especially excellent for storing Easter egg crafts.
Find egg carton crafts for adults and kids alike. There are egg carton activities that are great for kids and family time. You'll see ideas for holiday decor, cute organizers, and more in this recycled crafts collection.
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Egg Carton Crafts
Use egg cartons to store odds and ends, like paper clips, pins, buttons, etc. It’s a great way to organize your junk drawer.
Love papier mache projects? Explore this lovely tutorial for turning your egg cartons into chic bowls.
This is such a darling way to upcycle egg cartons! Get creative and make your very own fairies and flowers.
Take that egg carton out of the recycle bin and turn it into these beautiful poinsettias! These can be used as Christmas ornaments or simply as decor throughout the season.
Create mini planters and give them away for a bridal/baby shower…or just use them to get your own seeds going!
This darling egg carton craft is decorated for Easter! it's the perfect way to give out Easter eggs to your loved ones this year.
This adorable kids craft uses pom poms and egg cartons to make ladybugs! This is a super easy tutorial for children.
You can make other bugs, too! Learn how to make spiders, caterpillars, and more out of egg cartons. The kids will love this.
Consider this as an alternative to your traditional Easter basket! Conveniently arrange your eggs in the carton to spread Easter cheer.
Looking for a new pair of statement earrings? No one would guess you made these from egg cartons!
Turn egg cartons into, well, eggs! Create a fun centerpiece and get the kids to help you with this one.
Create darling egg carton chicks and bunnies for Easter. This is a wonderful project to make with the kids.
Egg carton crafts aren't just for Easter! You can turn them into cute mini pumpkins for Halloween, too.
Store your egg hunt finds in this darling treasure chest made from a small egg carton!
These are so very cute for spring. Make these birdies for Earth Day crafts and hang them in the tree outside. Just make sure to bring them in if there's rain in the forecast!
These egg carton daffodils are so beautiful! What a wonderful craft to welcome spring.
Use these buttons to create adorable headbands, fun wall decor, or jewelry.
These are the sweetest egg carton angels. You can use these to decorate your home at Christmas.
We know eggs-actly what you're looking for. Make a pretty, floral lamp without spending a lot of money or time.
You can make luminaries by cutting up egg cartons and placing one shell over a fairy light. This is great for outdoor parties.
This is such a great project to decorate your home for parties or other occasions! It's a fantastic, inexpensive little banner to make.
You can cut the carton up into 12 cups and punch a hole in the center of each one. String a jingle bell onto a piece of thread and place both ends of the thread through the hole so the bell hangs in the cup like a Christmas bell. Kids can decorate the outside however they want! These makeshift bells look so cute on a Christmas tree.
Add birdseed and string and you're good to go! This fantastic project is such a great spring craft for the whole family.
Use tissue papers in your favorite colors to decoupage an egg carton! When finished, use the egg carton to display Easter eggs.
Have you ever seen a more wonderful birthday party invitation? Fill a mini egg carton with all sorts of goodies for this occasion!
This is a great project for kids and adults alike! Make egg carton lilies and add the cute printable to make this a darling gift.
Turn egg cartons into floral wall art with this easy tutorial. The finished product is so lovely!
Turn egg cartons into flowers and turn those flowers into a wreath! This is a wonderful craft for spring or summer.
This is an amazingly adorable project. Kids will love this cute floral headband, and it will cost you next to nothing to make!
This is one of the sweetest egg carton crafts for Easter. Turn them into little Easter eggs and put them in a basket to decorate.
This adorable kids craft features egg cartons and pony beads to make your very own jellyfish.
This candy cane is so easy to make and so cute! It's a great Christmas craft for the kids.
This winter, gather the kids and make a precious snowman out of an egg carton. This is a great craft for little ones.
A pretty dragonfly is easy to make with this tutorial! Tissue paper makes the wings all the more beautiful.
From the Designer: "I wondered if clear plastic egg cartons would be like shrink film, to see if they would shrink in the oven. My goodness, they do. So I cut up two egg cartons removing the cups and the divider pieces, painted them with regular acrylic craft paint and popped them in the oven to make this fresh as spring flower wreath. It took me about four hours to make but was so fun to have a whimsical wreath."
Make a sewing kit for someone! Fill all the holes with necessities like pins, tape measure, needles, etc. It makes a great gift. Made by Marzipan has a tutorial here.
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Feb 08, 2014
I have seen some of these ideas in the past. Most of them are very good, but I have also read cautions about using egg cartons to hold edible goods, chocolate, cookies, etc. some of the eggs that come in these may not be as clean as you would like and they may have set in these cartons long enough to contaminate them with salmonella or e-coli. Just sayin', you may want to be cautious when using them for food, especially if they are meant to go to children and elderly persons.
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