Piñata Easter Egg Craft for Kids!


There are so many ways you can create fun Easter Eggs crafts. Here is an idea using just 3 easy supplies! It is so simple, and ends up looking like a piñata! 
Check it out!



Supplies:

How to Make it!
  1. Fold a white piece of paper in half and cut out an egg shape (basically an oval that is slightly fatter on bottom)
  2. Cut out strips of paper in whatever colors of paper you want for your egg!
  3. Make lots of small cuts in each strip, only going halfway (see picture below). This makes the frayed look.
  4. Starting on the bottom of the egg, glue the strips down by putting glue on the unfrayed part of each strip.
  5. Once glue is dried, turn over the egg and cut the extra frayed paper off the egg shape.
  6. To get more dimension from the frayed paper, you can move your hand up and down on the paper to help it stand up more.



All done! Happy Easter!

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Easter Bunny Shapes Craft for Kids


Easter is right around the corner. Literally, just take one more step and boom. Easter!
So here is a fun (and super easy!) Easter Bunny craft you can make with your little ones to bring some Easter fun into your life!


Supplies:
  • Craft foam in white and pink
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Black marker

How to Make it:
  1. From the white foam, cut out a square shape, and 2 large triangles.
  2. From the pink foam, cut out a small rectangle, and 2 triangles just smaller than the white ones, and then glue them together.
  3. Glue the ears to the back of the white square.
  4. Glue the small pink rectangle onto the middle of the square, this is the bunny's nose!
  5. Using the black marker, draw on eyes, whiskers, and a cute little smile.


All done! Enjoy your cute square shaped friend and have a very Hoppy Easter!

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Starfish Ocean Craft for Kids


This cute starfish craft is a great activity for summer, an ocean theme for preschool, or even for no other reason than to have a cute starfish friend!
Check it out!



Supplies:
  • White paper
  • Tempera Paint - orange, yellow, purple. Or any other colors you want on your starfish! (ps. I highly recommend this Crayola Tempera Paint.)
  • Hole Puncher
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Googly Eyes
  • Black marker


How to Make it:
  1. Paint a couple pieces of paper in the different colors you have chosen for your starfish. (We used a combination of yellow and orange on a paper for the starfish body, and other colors for the spots)
  2. Let the paint dry for a few hours, or overnight.
  3. Cut out a starfish shape (you can draw a shape on paper until you get it how you'd like it. Some starfish are fat, some are skinny. Some pointy and some round. There are many possibilities!)
  4. With a hole punch, punch out some small circles from the other colors of papers you painted.
  5. Glue on the small circles, and the googly eyes.
  6. Draw a smile with a black marker. All done!


And here are some cute books to go along with this fun starfish craft!





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Piñata Easter Egg Craft for Kids!

There are so many ways you can create fun Easter Eggs crafts. Here is an idea using just 3 easy supplies! It is so simple, and ends up l...