I know that most Easter egg hunts have moved to the "plastic egg" variety instead of using real eggs. But it seems like real eggs make it into the mix one way or another... Especially if you have little kids that still like to color eggs.
Every year we buy a mass amount of chocolate malt balls and jelly beans to fill plastic eggs for Easter. This year my husband suggested putting money in all of the eggs so that the kids wouldn't have as much candy after Easter.
It's Easter! That means it's time for brightly colored Easter Eggs hid all over the house, which you may or may not ever find (until they start to smell). Instead of using real eggs this year, why not tech up your Easter a bit by creating your own LED Glowing Easter Eggs! The project is really simple, and once completed the glowing eggs look pretty decent. My son Jack, who is three, helped me buil