This chick Easter egg craft is simple, festive and 100% fun. You’ll love the ease and your little ones will love the outcome. Let’s get started.
Adorable Chick Easter Egg Craft
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I love a good Easter craft. And I can’t get enough of the ones that are just a bit different. This chick Easter egg craft nails it.
It’s a bit of color, with some fun texture, and an adorable outcome. We used plastic eggs which means you can keep these long after Easter is over.
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How to Make This Fun Easter Egg Idea
Saddle up to the crafting table because it’s time to start making these adorable Easter eggs. In just 4 simple steps, these chirping cuties will be ready to go. If you have an Easter YouTube playlist, here is our chick Easter egg video tutorial.
- Plastic eggs
- Craft feathers
- Orange card stock or construction paper
- Brushes to coordinate with the craft feathers
- Fine point paint pen in black
- Glue gun and sticks
- Paint the eggs and allow to dry. Ours only took a few minutes but needed a second coat.
- Cut off pieces of the feathers and hot glue them on. We did one for each wing and a tiny tuft for the top of the head.
- Use a pencil to first make the eyes with eyelashes and go over with a fine point paint pen. You could also use googly eyes or draw on Kawaii eyes, but we liked this look with the closed eyes.
- Cut a small diamond from the orange card stock and glue it on in the center of the egg just below the eyes. Your adorable Easter chick eggs are done and ready to decorate for the holiday!
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