Cascarones or confetti eggs are festive, hollowed-out chicken eggs filled with confetti or small toys. They are rumored to have originated in China and brought to Europe by Marco Polo. You’ll need some eggshells, Easter egg color kit, vinegar, scissors, tissue paper, cut into small squares, glue, paper confetti or hole punched construction paper. Gently tap the top of an egg. Peel away a small 1/2 inch hole. Empty contents of the egg out into a bowl. Thoroughly rinse the eggshell and shake out excess water. Let the eggshell air dry upside down in an empty egg carton. Dye the eggshells using an egg coloring kit. Once filled, apply glue around the outside of the hole and cover with tissue paper. When the eggshells are dry fill with confetti. The number is up to you, and so is the color. Enjoy the Easter!