Babies love music and things that make noise when they shake!
And what better way to combine both than with these easy to make jingle bell egg shakers for Christmas.
Here’s how to make Jingle Bell Egg Shakers
I used green and white Easter eggs as I did not have red ones.
Open the eggs and add a few jingle bells to each Easter egg.
Less is More
I found adding too many jingle bells didn’t make as good a jingle bell sound as adding less. So only add a few bells to each egg.
Close the Easter eggs and use the Christmas washi tape to seal the eggs shut.
I wrapped the washi tape around the eggs lots of times to ensure that the eggs would stay shut while my happy little twins played with them.
Make sure to seal the eggs tightly so they don’t open while your baby or toddler are playing with them.
Shake Shake Shake
Oh these were a lot of fun for my twins!
We paired them with our Ditty Bird Our Best Interactive Christmas Songs Book for a fun musical activity.
Things to Remember
When doing an activities with your baby you should always keep a close eye on them.
The jingle bells are small and do pose a choking threat and even though you sealed them tight you can never be too careful.
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- White, green and red Easter Eggs (but if you can’t find Christmas colours just use any colour egg! Your baby or toddler wont know the difference!)
- Christmas Washi Tape
- Jingle Bells
- Ditty Bird Our Best Interactive Christmas Songs Book for Babies.
WILL YOU MAKE JINGLE BELL EGG SHAKERS FOR YOUR LITTLE ONE?
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