DIY Cascarones Confetti Filled Eggs for Easter
Have you and yours ever played with Cascarones around Easter-time? If you have you KNOW how much fun they are so jump on down to the link to DIY up a dozen, or two, or three at the link at the bottom of this post. If not, read on, reader…
Cascarones are confetti-filled eggs that are like little happy bombs that kids and adults, alike, adore. You take them and break them (preferably on somebody’s head) and watch the confetti spill out all over the place. Are these messy? Heck, yes! Is this a good indoor activity? Heck, no!
Growing up in Texas I played with Cascarones and had such a hard time when I realized that others didn’t even know what they were, let alone had ever seen one with their own eyes. Cascarones are pretty much always very vibrantly dyed natural chicken eggs that are filled with confetti and then broken. Does that sound like a ton of work for something that you’re ultimately just going to smash? Well, maybe a little bit, but we can’t stress enough HOW MUCH FUN it is to smash them. If you can buy them at your local grocery, heck, save the time and buy ’em, but if you’ve never seen these MAKE THEM. Your Easter friends and family will THANK YOU.