2 DOZEN HYPER-REALISTIC FAKE EASTER EGGS – Surprise everyone with a hyper-realistic Easter egg display! These fake easter eggs really look the part with smooth rounded edges, an artistically-applied white paint, and a realistic size at 2.3 inches by 1.5 inches. They’re around the same size as a medium-sized chicken egg, if not lighter. You wouldn’t know that they aren’t real until you take a closer look!
DURABLE AND HIGH-QUALITY WOODEN FAUX EGGS – Now this is an egg that won’t crack and break apart after suffering from a great fall! Enjoy your fake food display for longer as these eggs can last for more than one Easter! Made from high-quality natural wood with a smooth finish and non-peeling paint, these eggs are highly durable and reusable. Display them in the open or store them in a dry place for later use.
HIGHLY DYEABLE AND PAINTABLE WOODEN SURFACE FOR EGG CRAFTS – Decorate and bedazzle your Easter eggs! The faux chicken eggs’ surface doesn’t need further preparation for painting or dyeing. It accepts different types of dyes, paints, pencils, pens, and markers. You can even glue sequins, jewels, and ribbons on the eggs! Decorating and crafting with these faux Easter eggs can be a very fun family activity or a fun group activity for children.
MULTI-PURPOSE HYPER-REALISTIC FAKE FOOD – What if Easter had passed and you still have several eggs at your disposal? No worries. There are dozens of ways to use these wooden eggs whether it be decorative or practical. Several uses for these versatile hyper-realistic wooden eggs include kids’ egg crafts, kids’ simulation play toys, seasonal display components, props for a production, kitchen fake food display, and nesting box training for hens-to-be!
CHILD AND ANIMAL-SAFE PRETEND PLAY SIMULATION TOYS – All materials used on these fake Easter eggs from the wood to the paint are non-toxic and BPA-free. It’s safe even for younger children. They are perfect as a part of children’s kitchen toys playset or in a farm simulation playset. They’ll have a blast collecting “eggs” from a “chicken coop” and storing them on egg cartons.