Monday Make A – Cascarones

February 22, 2010 at 10:29 am (Children, Crafts, Eggs, Herbs, Kids, Magic, Monday, Ostara, pagan, Witch)

Make Some Cascarones
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You will need the following things for this craft.

  • Fresh eggs
  • Herbs
  • Confetti or other lightweight item for filling
  • clear tape
  • colored pens or tissue paper and glue to decorate eggs with.

Empty egg shells by making a small hole in the larger end and a slightly larger hole in the small end (be sure to puncture the yolk). Be careful not to crack the rest of the egg). Then gently blow on the larger end of the egg to gently push out the egg’s innards. (save these for scrambled eggs or omlettes. Rinse out the eggs with cool water and let them dry overnight. Close the bottom hole with a tiny piece of tape or a bit or glue. Carefully fill the shells with herbs, confetti or other light-weight filling. When full, seal the top hole with tape or glue. Carefully decorate the outside of the egg. On Ostara morning, catch your loved ones by surprise and break the egg over their head. As the filling rains down over your loved one and you, you are both showered with blessings, love, luck, and new life of the season.

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