#1. Mini funnel.
Poke a hole in half an eggshell, then pour the liquid into it into a container.
Punch a tiny hole, add soil, moisten and plant a seed. Support the eggshell in an egg carton cup.
Poke a small hole in both ends of an egg; blow out the contents. Let the shell dry, then paint and decorate with scraps of jewelry and rickrack. To hang, glue ribbon or string to one end.
Sprinkle crushed shells around garden plants to discourage sligs. Toss any extra shells into the compost heap.
#5. Por scrubber.
When cleaning pots and pans while camping, a good substitute for steel wool is a handful of broken eggshells.
Paint the inside and outside of shells a variety of colors, then crush them in a paper bag. Draw a picture on cloth or paper and spread slightly diluted white glue over it; sprinkle appropriately colored shells over the glue and protect with several coats of acrylic sealer.