Make a Hatching Chick Egg for Easter
Turn a basic hard-boiled egg into an adorable hatching chick with a few simple materials. Kids will love this sweet addition to the holiday table.
E-mail This Page to Your Friendsx
A link to %this page% was e-mailed
- 1 hard-boiled egg, peeled
- 1 carrot
- 1 sheet of nori
- iceberg lettuce, shredded
- small knife
- 1 colorful candy/baking cup
Make Chick's Beak
Using the knife, cut a small triangle from the carrot to make chick's beak. Use the scissors to cut tiny circles for eyes from the nori. Set aside.
Holding the egg, use the knife to gently cut a zigzag around the center of the egg so it looks like it has been cracked, making sure not to cut the yolk (Image 1). Using both hands, wiggle the top cut part of the egg white from the yolk and set aside (Image 2).
Apply nori eyes and carrot beak to the yolk, and place the egg into a baking cup that has been filled with lettuce.
Finish by placing the top of the egg white back onto the yolk at a slight angle so the face still shows.
Dress up plain galvanized buckets with spray paint and polka dots to give your kids the most stylish Easter egg...
Create a moss and egg wreath with paper mache eggs and light green Spanish moss for a simple and natural spring look.