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    Easter Egg Craft

    Posted by  ·  April 2, 2015

    This little Easter egg craft turns eggs into cute little animals. This cute Easter craft will keep kids entertained for Easter or make them ahead for the most darling favors on each plate for your Easter dinner. For more ideas for your kids table try these printable egg holders or this felt easter egg crayon holder.  Print out my Easter conversation starters to keep the conversation going during your Easter dinner.

    Easter Egg Craft

    Download the Easter egg craft printables. Print in color on white cardstock.  Each page will make three animals.

    Chick Easter Egg

    Pig Easter Egg

    Bunny Easter Egg

    Easter Egg Craft Printable

    Cut out the pieces and grab some plastic eggs (don’t forget to fill them). You will also need a tape roller, glue stick or glue. I like to use a tape roller.

    Easter Egg Craft Tutorial

    How to make a chick Easter Egg

    Cut sliits along the long strip where marked.

    Easter Egg Chick Craft 1

    Glue the strip together to make a circle just large enough for the egg to sit in.

    Easter Egg Chick Craft 2

    Glue on wings, beak and googley eyes. A sharpie maker can also be used for eyes.

    Easter Egg Chick Craft

    How to make an pig Easter egg

    Glue four feet pieces to the egg.

    Easter Egg Pig Craft 1

    Using a pencil curl the tail piece.

    Easter Egg Pig Craft 2

    Glue head and tail to egg.

    Easter Egg Pig Craft

    How to make a bunny Easter egg

    Glue strip into a circle for egg to sit on.

    Easter Egg Craft Bunny 1

    Glue on ears and bow tie. Add googley eyes and pom pom nose if you like.  A sharpie marker can also add these details.

    Easter Egg Craft Bunny

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    1. Friday, April 3rd, 2015
      What a fabulous Easter craft, these would be lovely to give with little gifts inside for presents to nursery friends. A really beautiful and inventive craft. Although my two little girls animals didn't look quite like this by the end!!! Lucy x
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