Category Easter crafts
A little Easter breakfast surprise for the kids: I got the idea from a Finnish fb crafts group where somebody had turned boiled eggs into various animals. Can’t find the pist to give credit and I thought an Easter twist the idea would be fun.
It doesn’t get more simple than this and pretty young ones can do this too: All you need are yellow thin napkins for the flower, green feathers as leaves, and green pipe cleaners and a skewer for the stem:
My mum and daughter have started the Easter crafts season with these cute chicks: For more of my simple Easter crafts check these out
We decided to try the easy and messyless way of painting eggs that No Time for Flashcards introduced. The idea is simple: pour paint in plastic bags, drop in the egg, and rub it. This is how our eggs turned out: Happy Easter!
When decorating for the Easter, I found these Easter bunnies that we made last year out of left over baby socks with my daughter. I modified the idea from the pigs and cats we’d made earlier, and stuck a skewer in them to make them stand in the grass.
As my kids made eggcups out of toilet paper rolls for the Easter meal, I used rest yarns to make Easter themed egg warmers. These are very easy to knit, thick (or doubled yarn) works best. I found the bunnies in the Finnish crafts magazine kauneimmat kevät askartelut (p. 23) but the I chicks just made up […]
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My daughter wanted to make bunnies, so I checked what we have, and ended up making these: The ears are made of the handle, I cut it to shape and the kids glued the pink part in them. They also glued the cotton tail, the eyes and the whiskers…
We had a lovely day yesterday, perfect for getting the yard cleaned up, and spending a relaxing day around home. And doing many almost free, definitively fun, and mostly very simple stuff: 1. The kids sowed Easter grass. It should grow in 5 days, so hope we’ll get somewhere to put all our Easter chicks […]
Die Eltern gave me once again a great idea for crafts: Making eggcups for the Easter! Something useful for the Easter table, doesn’t everyone eat eggs for Easter? First we covered the roll by gluing either decorated or coloured paper on. My daughter even used some of the reflective fabric that was left over after […]