Combine two staples of Easter – eggs and bunnies – with this kid-friendly DIY art project!
If your kiddos are keen to decorate Easter eggs – but you’re not exactly dying to do all that dipping – this easy peasy art project will still let them flex some creative muscles. Click through to see what materials you’ll need and our easy step-by-step guide…and don’t forget to sign up for our free Easter egg hunt on 11 April!
Make sure you have all of the following:
Acrylic Paint (White and your favourite colour)
Crayons or Coloured Pencils
Double Sided Tape or Glue
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Paint the entire egg white.
Paint the bottom half in your favourite colour, or whatever colour you want the bunny’s clothes to be.
Draw in the bunny’s facial features using your marker and crayons.
Cut out and colour 2 bunny ears with the paper, scissors and markers.
Attach the paper ears to the top of the egg with the double-sided tape.
Ta-dah! Be sure to get really creative with the colours and expressions on your bunny’s faces; it’s a great way to talk to kids about emotions and have them think about feelings.