Tot Craft Corner: Easter Egg Cards
Niccola Drake of Arts & Crafts blog, An Idea on a Tuesday creates cute and colorful egg cards for Easter
These simple little Easter cards are perfect for children to make and give to friends and family at Easter, or they can be used to create an adorable Easter display.
- Kitpas Coloring Blocks
- Paintbrushes and water
- Thick white card
- Brown recycled card
- String, raffia or twine
- A painting apron or art smock for you child
1: Cut out egg shapes from the white cardboard. (I usually get scrap cardboard first and make my templates. I do this by folding the scrap cardboard in half, drawing the egg shape and then cut it out. I then lay the egg down and trace around it on my good cardboard.)
2: This is when the fun begins! Your Tot will love decorating the eggs with Kitpas Coloring Blocks. The crayons are so smooth and easy to draw with and can be used to create many different effects.
3: Once the eggs are decorated, your Tot can paint with water to create a beautiful water colour effect.
4: When the eggs are dry, glue them onto the brown cardboard backing egg. (Which should be slightly bigger than your white egg.) Using a hole punch, punch a hole on either side of the decorated eggs. Get your Tot to thread the string, ribbon or raffia through the two holes and tie a bow at the front.
5: Write your special Easter message on the back or attach to the front with a cute little peg.
Shop the craft supplies in this story:
Kitpas’ eco-friendly and water-soluble coloring block crayons enable tots to draw on paper, glass windows and whiteboards, making craft time or party decorating extra fun. Once complete, simply use a wet cloth to erase the drawings. You can even use them as watercolors!
Every artist needs proper attire! This comfortable smock is made of lightweight nylon material and helps protect clothes from paint, paste and other messy stuff.