Kids' Craft: Dyed Easter Egg Animals

Turn dyed Easter eggs into adorable bunnies, chicks and sheep with colorful, polka-dot printables.
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Materials Needed:

  • solid dyed Easter eggs (dry)
  • printable patterned papers
  • scissors

Dye Eggs

Color Easter eggs and allow to fully dry.

Print Patterned Paper

Print downloadable polka dot papers.

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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.

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Cut Out Animal Parts

Using scissors, get creative and cut out ears, beaks, feathers, whiskers, noses, etc.

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Create Animals

Using adhesive, secure paper parts to the eggs to create different animals.

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