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Easter egg Craft

Materials Needed:

Large or medium raw egg (off-white or brown if available)
White glue
Scraps of yellow sweatshirt or fleece fabric, orange felt and fiberfill stuffing
14″ of 1/4″-wide ribbon
6 yellow marabou feathers
Low-temp glue gun
1 1/2″ square of 1/4″ plywood or heavy cardboard for base
Acrylic paints: blue, pink, aqua, black and purple
1/2″ flat and #4 round brushes
Two 5 mm movable eyes

Cut and break egg gently in half. Wash and dry. Coat inside with water-thinned white glue; let dry. Snap off shell edges if too uneven or if top half is too large.

Trace chick half-pattern, printed over text. Adding 1/4″ seam allowance, cut 2 chicks from yellow fabric. With right sides together, stitch edges, leaving bottom open. Clip curves. Turn right side out. Stuff. Sew or glue closed. Tie bow around neck.

Cut felt beak. Fold diagonally; clip, press or glue to hold crease; glue to face as per pattern. From underside, poke small hole in center of top half of egg. Glue feather into hole and shell to head. Glue feathers into lower shell showing at edges; add chick. Hot-glue egg to base.

Paint base purple. With tip of small brush, paint black line in center of mouth fold and colored dots on shell. Glue eyes on.

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This is the perfect Easter craft to decorate your dining table or coffee table. Come celebrate this Easter with us and make Easter crafts for kids, including easy Easter recipes, egg decorating ideas, Easter bunny crafts, Easter basket crafts and this great Easter Tree.

Materials needed for this Easter Craft:
5″ high x 6″-diam clay terra-cotta pot
Acrylic enamel paints (we used Apple Barrel Gloss Dandelion Yellow, Lanier Blue and Raspberry for pot, plus Spring and Seafoam greens and Deep Purple for eggs)
Foam brush
Household sponge
Small brushes for eggs
1 3/8″ wooden eggs
15″ branch with smaller branches for tree (or a 15″ x 3/8″ dowel or straight branch for trunk and 12 paper-wrapped 18″ wires for branches)
24-gauge wire
Wire snips
Green spray paint (we used Krylon Teal Green)
Green plastic floral foam sheet or chunks
1 1/2 yds of 7/8″-wide pink and blue ribbon
10″ of 1/4″-wide ribbon for each egg
Basket grass or live grass in sod
Tacky glue

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Easter Egg Craft

Our ideas on Easter Egg Craft are sweet calling for loose flocking, which—once applied to eggs using an adhesive—forms a pleasing tactile pattern on the eggs’ surface. Once you’ve become accustomed to the basics on this Easy Holiday Craft, get more creative with patterns and motifs. We love the idea of creating a custom felted design on your Easter eggs Spell out a name with a letter on each egg.

Materials Needed for this holiday craft:
White wooden eggs
Therm O Web double-sided adhesive sheets
Doodlebug Design Crushed Velvet loose flocking
Scissors
Pinking shears

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Easter Egg Craft

Easter Egg Craft

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Easy Easter Crafts

Try our fun craft projects for you and your kids to do in celebration of Easter. Have a little Easter fun with these easy craft projects. There is something here for every level of do-it-yourselfer. From the kid-friendly paper Easter Bonnet to the more advanced hand-painted Easter welcome sign, we’ve got it all. So find a festive way to celebrate the spring holiday .

Here is a fun and easy alternative to Easter baskets. Plain pastel colored gift bags are decorated with polka dot scrapbooking paper, ribbon and Easter ornaments to complete these adorable bags. They are also great for an Easter egg hunt.

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