DIY Easter Decorations

What You Need:

  • Empty egg cartons (as many as you have or want to use)
  • Tempera paint
  • Paintbrushes
  • Sturdy scissors
  • Craft glue
  • Googly eyes, pom poms (optional)

What You Do:

  1. Start by painting the egg cartons until all surfaces are covered. Don’t be limited by traditional “bunny colors.” The more wildly vibrant the paint job, the more beautiful the bunnies!
  2. When the cartons have dried, help your kid carefully cut the carton into smaller pieces. The cartons can be “deconstructed” in any way you choose. You can simply cut out each individual “cup,” or you can cut the cups and the lid into even smaller pieces. Once the egg cartons are completely disassembled you are ready to begin putting together your bunnies.
  3. Let your child’s imagination run wild. Which parts of the carton could look like ears? Which part most resembles a belly? The idea is not to churn out a perfect rabbit replica, but to expand your child’s creativity through the hands-on process of creating abstract art! And if your child turns out to side more with the Realist movement, she can always add some googly eyes and a pom pom tail to her creation. And with that, you’re done! Your kid has created do-it-yourself Easter decorations worthy of a spot at the Smithsonian!

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