How to Make Chick Easter Eggs|
descriptionLearn how to make Easter egg chicks that look so real they practically peep!
Sticker Stencil Easter Eggs
Hi. I'm Jordan DeFrank with FamilyFun, here to show you how to make sticker stencil Easter eggs. For this project, you'll need hard boiled eggs, small stickers in basic shapes and egg dye. Start by applying stickers to the eggs. Dunk the eggs and dye and let them soak for about 5 minutes. Let themDeFrank with FamilyFun, here to show you how to make sticker stencil Easter eggs . For this project, you'll need hard boiled eggs, small stickers in basic shapes and egg dye. Start by applying stickers to the
Instructions for making a cute Easter snack from a hard-boiled egg and pickled beet juice.beets removed, peeled hard boiled eggs, a carrot, some chives and black sesame seeds . So two peeled boiled eggs and picked beet juice for two days in the refrigerator. After 2 days, drain the eggs and
Instructions for making an Easter craft from an egg carton, craft wire, and feathers.you how to make Easter chicks. To make one, you'll need an egg carton , a ruler, paint and a brush, cardstock, glue, googly eyes, 6 inches of 24-gauge craft wire, a pushpin, tape, and craft feathers. Cut an end cup from the carton and trim it to a height of 1-1/4 inches. Cut out a center cup and trim off all but the bottom 3/4 inch. Paint the cups and let them dry. Cut feet and beak shapes from card stock and fold up the ends to act as tabs. Glue the beak inside the small cup and the feet inside the large
How to Make Rubber Cement Easter Eggs
There's always a great surprise when dying Easter eggs. This cool technique that uses rubber cement delivers amazing result. For this project, you'll need blown-out white eggs, white vinegar, food coloring, bowls for dying, a spoon, wooden skewers and egg carton and rubber cement. The first thinga great surprise when dying Easter eggs. This cool technique that uses rubber cement delivers amazing result. For this project, you'll need blown-out white eggs , white vinegar, food coloring, bowls for dying, a spoon, wooden skewers and egg carton and rubber cement . The first thing you wanna do is dye the base of your egg a pretty light shade. The reason you wanna do it light is because you're gonna be dying over this color a couple more times. Stick a wooden skewer into the egg at the hole where you blown it out and drizzle rubber cement over the egg. Then, you wanna set it to dry about 15 to 20 minutes. An easy way to do this is just to stick the skewer into an upside egg carton . After the rubber cement is dry, take your drizzled egg and dip in your second dye bath. Use your spoon to take the egg out. Now, you wanna gently remove the rubber cement by either rubbing or peeling it off. Your kids will love designing these cool, abstract Easter eggs.
How to Make Fuzzy Bunny Easter Eggs
Wrap an egg in white yarn to magically transform it into an adorable bunny.until it's fully covered. Now grab your white felt and cut your bunny ears about 1-1/2 inches tall by half an inch wide. You wanna cut 2 oval feet about 1 inch tall by half an
Easter Egg Parade
See how to put together a funny cast of yolk-filled characters with amazing hat ideas from FamilyFun.
Make Sand-Art Easter Eggs
Parents' lifestyle editor Taryn Mohrman demonstrates how to make pretty sand designs on Easter eggs.the sand to stick to the glue. You're going to take a bottle cap and rest the egg on top to dry. To make a striped egg, you're going to take the egg and the glue again. But this time, make a stripe directly with the bottle. And, if you want a thicker look, you can take the brush and spread it out. Now this time, we're going to take the sand and pinches and sprinkle it on top. You can repeat to add stripes of all different colored sands. And again, when you're done, place it on the bottle cap to dry overnight. And there you have it, our beautiful Sand-Art Eggs.
Make Mosaic Easter Eggs
Parents' lifestyle editor Taryn Mohrman demonstrates how to decorate ceramic eggs with crushed, dyed egg shells.how to make this colorful mosaic eggs with your kids using left-over egg shells . For this craft, you will need egg shells , a hard boiled or ceramic egg, bottle caps, food coloring, a fork or slotted spoon , cups, boiling water , vinegar, a tray and baking rock, paper towel, and white glue. The great thing about this craft is that you don't have to waste any eggs to make it. You can save the shells from breakfast or crack the eggs into a bowl and make a quiche for dinner. We've gone ahead and rinse them with warm water, and now we're gonna put them in a dye bath. First, got to protect your surface with some craft paper and then mom can add 1 cup of boiling water with a tablespoon of white vinegar and some food coloring, and so we're gonna make the last yellow cups so we can
Make Confetti Easter Eggs
Parents' lifestyle editor Taryn Mohrman demonstrates how to stuff Easter eggs with eco-friendly confetti.in these cute confetti eggs. For this craft, you will need a safety pin , a raw white egg, a spoon, a bowl, boiling water , a cup, vinegar, food coloring, a baking rock, tray, paper towel , craft paper, and confetti. First up, for the craft is to blow out your raw and it's a lot easier than you think. Take a safety pin and poke 3 holes pretty close together in the top of your egg. You're gonna flip the egg over and poke holesin a dye bath. We've gone ahead and combined 1 cup of boiling water , a tablespoon of white vinegar and food coloring. You're gonna drop it inside. Leave it for about 3 to minutes. You need to use the spoon to keep it under and when it's done, you're gonna take it out and put it on this rack, which is layered with paper towel underneath to catch any dye that runs off. So, the last step for this craft is to fill your egg with confetti. You're using water soluble , biodegradable, ecofetti. It's available on ecoparty.com. We're just gonna take it by pinches and push it into the hole in the bottom