Homemade Easter Decor for Kids
Your guest list for Easter dinner is probably limited to your household members, but that doesn't mean you have to skip all the fun! If you have kids, what better way to spend your time together than making homemade decor? Here are some fun ideas:
Get your hands dirty and plant flowers in dyed eggshells. Use them as table decor, on a shelf, or mantle for a little something extra.
You can also substitute the eggshells for plastic easter eggs. Make sure you have a hot glue gun!
Tissue Paper Eggs
If the tradition of dying eggs feels a little been there, done that, try papier-mâché! Show off these one-of-a-kind creations in a bowl and display for all to see.
Have the whole family cut out shapes for these 3 dimensional paper eggs. Make them in multiple colors and hang them around the house to brighten things up!
Paper Strip Egg Art
Want to create something that won't leave dye, paint, or chocolate all over your home? Let your kids arrange strips of colored/patterned paper or tape to create beautiful, minimalistic Easter art for your home.
Don't Forget the Carton
Don't let your egg cartons go to waste. After dying your eggs, use the cartons to make these colorful spring chicks.
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