For a small Easter egg hunt on Easter morning (as opposed to grand events in parks with hundreds of children), do you prefer to use plastic eggs filled with candy and treasures or do you like to dye and hide real eggs? Why? Happy Easter!
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Patty, I'd never heard of cardboard Easter eggs and I've always thought of paper mache eggs as beautiful, time-consuming art pieces - I didn't know they existed as an option for egg hunts! You learn something new every day, I suppose. :-)
A couple of party stores here have some cardboard and paper mache editions once a year, but I think cardboard is used in Asia as well. Japan and China I think. I saw that someone made eggs from paper mache egg cartons from Whole Foods once.