Easter-Egg-in-the-Grass Cards

We made Easter-Egg-in-the-Grass Cards today.  

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. 🙂









Happy Easter!

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Genny Upton

A former teacher turned stay at home mom to two preschool aged children. Creator (and writer) at In Lieu of Preschool and Parent Teach Play. Currently publishing my first children's picture book!

  • Shonda says:

    Great idea! My son is just learning to cut so I will do this with him this week!

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