These are lots of fun to make and they give your child a chance to practice folding, cutting, and gluing, too!
Start by cutting out and decorating Easter eggs for your card. We used two different methods to decorate our eggs: watercolors painted on with brushes, and shaving cream painting. You can use whatever method you want to decorate your eggs, but here are some ideas: salad spinner art, painting with paint brushes, finger painting, Do-A-Dot markers, glue and glitter, even just coloring with crayons!
The card-making part is pretty self-explanatory. If a picture is worth 1,000 words, then there’s no use in me TELLING you how to do it, I’ll just let Luke show you! I didn’t get pics of every single step, but I think you’ll probably be able to fill in the blanks.
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