Paper Plate Easter Egg

By | April 1, 2014

Paper Plate Easter Egg

With Easter just a few weeks away I thought it would be fun to do some Easter crafting this weekend.  I usually try to gear my crafts around my oldest daughter because she is harder to please.  But this paper plate Easter egg I planned for my youngest and surprise surprise my oldest had fun making one too. It just goes to show kids love simple things that let them use their imaginations.

My little one woke up pretty early the other morning and while everyone was still asleep she wanted to do a project so since this one was more for her I decided to set it up and let her make and egg.  My oldest woke up while we were doing the project and came right over to see what we were doing and said she wanted to do one too.  So before I even made breakfast we were crafting on a Saturday morning.

Check out our EASTER ACTIVITIES page and our  EASTER board on Pintrest for more fun ideas!

Supplies

Paper Plate
Glitter Glue
Elmer’s Glue
Buttons
Markers

Directions

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Cut the sides off your plate to make it look like an eggDecorate your egg

Use your Elmer’s Glue to glue buttons onto your eggDecorate your paper plate egg

Decorate your plate with glitter glue and markers

The finished Eggs

The kids will be so proud of their finished eggs!

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7 thoughts on “Paper Plate Easter Egg

  1. Alicia Owen

    How cute! They look so proud of their creations. :) Paper plates are one of my new favorite crafting supplies. You can make so many things from them! Hopping over from the Tuesday Tots link-up. :)

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    1. wemadethat Post author

      I know what you mean. I am finding so many fun ways to use them too! And yes they were very proud of their eggs. Thanks so much for hosting a great link up!

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  2. Barb

    Love that you are encouraging paper crafting with your kiddos! I love,love all things paper and this paper egg is adorable. I especially like the colourful buttons. Visiting via “WakeupWednesday” linky.

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  3. Betty Taylor

    They do look so proud of their creations!! What a great kid project for Easter! Thanks for sharing this with us at the Four Seasons Blog Hop. I will pin this!!

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