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  • 3 Easter Crafts to try with kids
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    Grace Bae
  • Creative ParentingEaster ArtEaster BunnyEaster CraftEaster DiyThings to do in EasterToodler Craft

3 Easter Crafts to try with kids

3 Easter Crafts to try with kids

Aiden and I always look for excuses to get super crafty and messy. With Easter around the corner, we thought it would be a great way to create fun, simple Easter eggs. 

What you need:

  • PVA Glue
  • Polystyrene Eggs
  • Pom Poms 20mm
  • Coloured Match Sticks
  • Sequins
  • Paint
  • Brush

We purchased a $10 MEGA CRAFT TUB that included over 500 pirces of materials from Coles

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1. Miss Rabbit

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  • Paint the eggs
  • To create Rabbit ears: Cut two chenille sticks in half and bend them + twist the ends together 
  • Put the two ears into the polystyrene eggs
  • Using PVA glue, paste the googly eyes

2. Mr Cactus

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  • Paint the eggs
  • Paint the top of the egg with PVA glue and attach colourful pom poms all around the head.
  • Paste the googly eyes

3. Mr Porcupine

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  • Paint the eggs
  • Grab a handful coloured match sticks and poke it around the back of the porcupine.
  • Using PVA glue, paste the googly eyes

Remember it's all about having fun. Discuss with your children about the different characteristics of animals, monsters and don't be afraid to get messy!

Have fun!

PS. Here's a little Monster egg Aiden Made:

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  • Post author
    Grace Bae
  • Creative ParentingEaster ArtEaster BunnyEaster CraftEaster DiyThings to do in EasterToodler Craft