Finally! A quality wood alternative to plastic Easter eggs! These two part blank hollow eggs are crafted of sturdy linden wood for years of play and are ideal for painting and decorating.
Other ideas include: Easter Baskets - kitchen play - DIY craft projects - gift boxes - take homes from a birthday party or easter egg hunt
These eggs are roughly 2.75 inches tall. 1.5" inner diameter for hiding special treats!
**Please note that these are a handmade product and therefore each egg has a specific top and a specific bottom. These are typically NOT interchangeable with other eggs (like one might expect with a plastic product), due to variations in the turning process and I do not have quality control over that aspect.**
Looking for a different quantity? Check out our other store listings. The more you purchase the more you save.
1-5 single eggs: $3.60 each
6 - half dozen eggs: $3.40 each ($20.40 total)
12 - dozen eggs: $3.20 each ($38.40 total)
24 - two dozen eggs: $3.10 each ($74.40 total)
36 - three dozen eggs (or more): $3.00 each ($108.00 total +)
Looking for larger quantities (12 DOZEN or more)? Please inquire about bulk pricing.
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I hate to leave a "bad" review, but I wasn't too happy with the product. Though, it is due to my own intentions with the purchase so keep that in mind. I bought these (3 eggs) as toys for my son & within maybe 10 min two of them are "broke" --- I guess the eggs are made to fit only the other half made with it. Well one top is now completely stuck onto one of the bottoms, and alternatively the other top is too loose to fit onto the other bottom so they won't even connect. Also, because of the sticker on the bottom of the outside of the egg, there's a little sticky spot, which would probably wear down eventually but it was annoying none the less, and then when I tried to paint the stuck egg, the sticky area wouldn't take the paint. Sooo in summary they're probably not best to buy as toys 😞
Mar 30, 2018 by Lindsey Turner
Love this egg for my son’s Easter basket this year. I try to stay away from plastic and managed to find this one along with some vintage tin.