Through out the year as I use eggs and remember to do it, I cut the ends of eggs off and rinse out the eggs and set them aside to color later.
Once colored, I take them out of the dye and allow to dry over night.
Then fill them with paper confetti which you can buy in any party supply store.
To cover the hole and keep the confetti inside, cut a small square of tissue or crepe paper and glue it over the hole using a little bit of watered down Elmer's glue.
Let dry and then hide them as you would an Easter egg.
Then let the fun begin as you watch your children crack the eggs on each other's heads. In our house, the whole family joins in when it comes to the cracking of the eggs. It really is a lot of fun and a good way to get everyone involved in the Easter fun. I don't know about you but as my oldest has matured, I have found it harder and harder to find things to hide in eggs other than money and candy and these eggs have given me yet another thing to keep him entertained and engaged on Easter.