- 1. Use a Dremel Moto Tool or a pair of cuticle scissors to carefully cut a hole slightly larger than 1/8" diameter at each end of the egg (see Step 1 ).
- 2. Place a bulb syringe in one of the holes and blow the contents of the egg out through the other end (see Step 2). Rinse the inside of the egg with mild soap, water, and a very small amount of bleach. Let dry.
- Paint the shells or decorate as you wish.
- Editor's Tips: For place cards, letter names on the eggs. If desired, stuff little notes, sayings, or wishes written on strips of paper into the shells.
See Pretty Ways to Decorate with Easter Eggs.