An Easter craft for kids should be simple and fun! Easter is a time of silliness and love! Mom’s know that crafts involve mess, and sometimes the craft itself does not really interest your kid. BUT they are usually done to give your kids something fun and exploratory to-do.
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STAINED GLASS EASTER EGG CRAFT
You will cherish this craft because it is something that you can use to decorate your home with year after year! You simply need to display it in any window that shines light through! It is a wonderful keepsake.
Gather the Supplies You Will Need
- CONSTRUCTION PAPER OF ANY COLOR
- WRITING UTENSIL
- CLEAR CONTACT PAPER (You can buy this at your local Walmart or have Amazon deliver it to you!)
- COLORFUL TISSUE PAPER
The adult will need to do the first couple of steps. Design the easter egg.
As you can see I shaded in the areas that will need to be cut out with scissors.
You can make the design as simple or intricate as you want!
As you can see I opted for a more simple easter egg!
WHAT DOES YOUR EASTER EGG CRAFT LOOK LIKE?
After you have finished cutting out your easter egg design, it is time to grab the contact paper we talked about earlier!
You are going to lay the easter egg on the contact paper (without taking the adhesive off) This is a measuring process!
You will want double the size of your easter egg! You will want to be able to fold it kind of like a book! Cut what you need!
GRAB YOUR KIDS AND LET THEM GO WILD
This is where the fun begins!
Fold back the adhesive cover on one half of the contact paper! Place the cut out egg on the adhesive!
Now let Your Kid add the tissue paper all over!
If you would like you can add glitter or anything else you deem fun!
THE PERFECT EASTER CRAFT FOR KIDS IS COMPLETE!
Now take the half that still has the adhesive cover and take off that cover.
Fold it on top of all that tissue paper magic!
Take the scissors and cut out around the egg shape!
Hang that beauty up in the window!
The best part of this easter craft is that it doesn’t have to be used just for easter!! My family uses this craft year-round! Just in March we did a clover for St. Patricks Day! You can see below that we used gold glitter too for and added touch!
Don’t forget to share this simple Easter craft with your friends and family that have kids!
If you are looking for books for your kid’s easter basket <– Check this link out!
Help spread the Easter Cheer! ♡