With spring break approaching, it’s time to get creative! That’s why we have rounded up all of our favourite past craft creations using moulded fibre egg cartons. Moulded fibre packaging is made from 100% post-consumer paper like newspaper and office paper, making these egg cartons recyclable, compostable, and biodegradable. They make a great base for an easy DIY craft. Create flowers, animals, creatures, and more simply by cutting out the paper egg cartons, painting them, and gluing them together. Kids love getting creative with these simple ideas. They also make creative art projects to display or give gifts around different seasons, holidays, or birthdays. 

Here’s a round-up of all of our recycled paper egg carton crafts:

Egg Carton Floral Wreath

This simple wreath uses egg carton cups, paint, and glue. You can create one for any season – spring, fall, summer, or winter. Simply change up the paint colours to go with the colours of the season.

Egg Carton Shark

It might not be Shark Week yet, but you can create this powerful creature from paper egg cartons any time of the year.

Lucky Clover

These three and four-leaf clovers are sure to bring the luck of the Irish to your home this spring. This craft is minimal – requiring only a few supplies and green paint. A clover bunting banner will add to your home’s lucky decor.

Hearts, Flowers, and Love Bugs

Valentine’s Day may have come and gone, but it’s never a bad time to show someone you love them with a little gift! Create these love bugs, flowers, or hearts with some recycled paper egg cartons and show someone just how much you care any day of the year!

Spring Critters

It’s almost spring and these adorable egg carton bunnies, chicks, and owls are perfect for ringing in the new season with the kids. They also make great decorations for Easter. Place them on the mantel or on your Easter table setting.

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Egg Carton Sea Creatures

There is more to the ocean than the shark. Kids that love sea creatures will love to craft this whale, lizard, or frog.

While you’re crafting with your little one, discuss the importance of using moulded-fibre packaging over plastic or polystyrene foam packaging, especially when purchasing eggs.

Are you ready to try one at home or in the classroom? Share your creations with us using #ditchplasticpackaging or tag us on Facebook and Instagram @ditchplasticpackaging.