Your fridge deserved to look good during Easter too. Let’s make an Easter Egg fridge magnet out of foam today 🙂
Easter Foam Egg Fridge Magnet
You'll need multi coloured craft foams and a craft scissors
Cut out an egg and some strips. Paste a double sided tape on each strip.
Paste the strips onto the egg
Trim off the excess strips
Paste a magnet on the back of the egg
Let the little one place it on the fridge to be admired by all 🙂
Remember the Happy Family Chicken Eggs we just did? Remember the Easter Egg Bunny? All we need to do now is make a basket to keep them nicely together 🙂
Easter Egg Basket. The Happy Chicken Family and their friend, the Easter Bunny 🙂
Cut an empty egg carton. We'll need only four 'nests'.
Trim the sides and paste double-sided tape. Stick a strip of crepe paper all around it.
In case you're wondering how to prepare the crepe paper, just cut a strip and fold. Then trim one end so that it's a little bit rounded.
Use a hole punch and punch a hole each on both sides of the basket. Put a pipe cleaner through it and twist to secure. The Easter Egg Basket is done 🙂
I so love this Easter project that I did with Ethan (well, most of it was ME as empty egg shells are too fragile to be handled by him). The end result is just too satisfying and cute!
Let’s start 😀
One Happy Family Chicken Eggs
You'll need some empty egg shells.
You'll need to cut out some 'chicken parts' from coloured felts and paste double layered tape on it.
Paste all the parts onto the empty egg shell. Draw two dots as the eyes.
Introducing... Daddy Chicken Egg 😀
Put your hands together for... Mummy Chicken Eggs 🙂
Our bundle of joy... Baby Chicken Egg a.k.a. Ethan 😛
Together, we make a lovely Happy Family portrait 🙂
I’m still smiling looking at those eggs 🙂 If you have any Easter projects you want to share with us, please submit them here and we’ll link it back to you. Thank you 🙂
Posted by Merryn | Posted in Food craft, Party Craft, Shapes | Posted on 26-03-2010 | 5,434 views
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.. Let’s make a star out of an egg today 🙂
We'll need a star shape silicon mould and a non-stick pan.
Break an egg in the middle of the star mould.
Add some water and cover with lid. A couple of minutes is all it takes for the yolk to completely cook. Decorate with sea weeds 🙂
This Easter, let’s make a cute bunny out of an egg 🙂
Easter Egg Bunny
Use a double sided tape to keep the egg in place.
Cut two ears from felt and foam and glue them onto the egg.
Decorate the bunny as you wish and you'll have a cute centrepiece 🙂