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Easter Egg Parade
See how to put together a funny cast of yolk-filled characters with amazing hat ideas from FamilyFun.
How to Make Glitter Polka Dot Eggs
-Hi! I'm Taryn Mohrman, Parents Magazine's Lifestyle editor. If you're looking for a super simple egg craft that's gonna glammed up your Easter table. Well, we've got the craft for you. Olivia and I are making this glittery polka dot eggs and we're gonna show you how to make them at home with your
is to put the Glue Dots on the egg to make these polka dots . You're ready? -Uh huh. -Okay. So, the easiest way to do this, just press it down, give it a good rub, alright. And then peel the plastic back. Dip the egg into the glitter and the glitter sticks on the backs. The third and final step for the craft is to take a paintbrush and brush away the excess glitter from the egg. And there you have it. We've got glitter sparkly Easter eggs with no drying time and no glitter trail.
Make Felted Eggs
Add some beautiful fuzzy Easter eggs to the Easter basket this year. Idea from FamilyFun magazine.
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.
How to Make Napkin Decoupage Eggs
Decoupage floral paper napkins onto ceramic eggs to make beautiful blooms for the breakfast table.
dry overnight. Then you have beautiful flower eggs to use in your Easter egg hunt the next day.
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 holes
in 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
How to Make an Easter Bunny Egg
A little felt and a lot of imagination are all it takes to make this Easter Bunny Egg.
lifestyle editor. If you're looking to get your kids excited about the Easter bunny and egg decorating this year, then you have to check out our adorable Easter bunny egg. Olivia and I are gonna show you some really fun tricks that are gonna make crafting this bunny quick and simple.
loop on the other side. And there you have it, an adorable Easter bunny that deserves a special spot on your breakfast table .
Funny Farm Bird Egg
Looking for a way to use your extra Easter eggs? Your kids will love making this fun feathered friend!
out an egg. And you can usually purchase those at your local craft stores . Now, we're gonna add our tail. So, where you blue out your leg just in case you did blue it out, you're
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