Kids' Craft: Dyed Easter Egg Animals
Turn dyed Easter eggs into adorable bunnies, chicks and sheep with colorful, polka-dot printables.
- solid dyed Easter eggs (dry)
- printable patterned papers
Color Easter eggs and allow to fully dry.
Print Patterned Paper
Print downloadable polka dot papers.
Create Egg Stands
Cut paper strips to act as the egg "stands" for each animal. Make a circle with the strip of paper, and set egg in it so it will stand up. Secure ends of paper strips together to make a stand for the eggs using adhesive.
Cut Out Animal Parts
Using scissors, get creative and cut out ears, beaks, feathers, whiskers, noses, etc.
Using adhesive, secure paper parts to the eggs to create different animals.
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