Kids Crafting Made Easy

It’s that time of year again!
Church, Food, Family, and Easter Egg Hunts (distanced and masked of course)

What’s more fun than to have the kids learn a new way to decorate Easter eggs.
Craft eggs are the best and we’ve used them many times instead of fussing with real eggs.
So fun!

The best part about these, you can make them way ahead of time.
Materials:

Craft Eggs
(Wooden or Plastic)
Multi Color Decorative Tape
Acrylic Paint
Acrylic Brush Pens
Paper Towels
Paint Brushes
Baskets
1 Cup of Water
Toys and Candy (Optional)
Clear away a nice workspace and add some paper towel. This year we chose wooden eggs to stir things up a bit.
Grab some acrylic paint and brushes.
We also like to use these!
They’re a great bargain and you can
control the mess with kids and painting at least in most cases…
Take a craft egg and wrap with decorative tape in any pattern as desired.

This is perfect for little hands to create!
Nice!
Or you can start by painting them first, it doesn’t matter just be creative.
Add tape and let dry for at least 30 mins to an hour.
Add the paint.
Let dry for another hour to overnight if needed.
Repeat until all eggs are decorative.
Also try the tape in a cool pattern.
The acrylic paint pens are a fun and creative way to top off any design!
Add to fun and silly Easter baskets!
Don’t forget the bubbles!

Always a great idea especially for little
kids just don’t leave unattended.
Grab some other fun stuff, toys, candy, even these large poppin tubes are a great starter for hours of silly fun for kids on Easter or pretty much anytime.

Happy Crafting!!!

Copyright 2021. All Rights Reserved. Original Photography, Writing, Craft Design, and Content by Andrea Danielle

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