I love arts and crafts time. Sometimes I like to do elaborate crafts with kids where we get messy and use all kinds of materials. Sometimes I like to keep it simple. This is one of those times where I’ve kept the craft simple, but very fun. For this Easter Egg kid’s craft, we used a fun marker technique to ‘color’ the egg. It involves markers and a spray bottle and is so quick and easy to make. I have included the egg template below for you for free. Yay!
What’s great about this template is that there are so many things you can do with it. From painting it to using rubber stamps, the possibilities are endless. This is such a fun craft to DIY and to make at home, at school, or at Sunday School.
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Here’s what you need for the Easter Egg Kid’s Craft
What to Do:
① Color directly onto the plastic tray with markers. Make sure you cover enough surface so it’s the size of the Easter egg template.
② Hold the spray bottle high over the plastic tray and lightly spray the marker ink. You will see it begin to bead.
③ Place the template upside down on the wet marker ink. Lightly push the template onto the ink so it soaks into the entire egg.
④ Let the egg dry and cut it out. Decorate it with sequins or glitter glue if desired.
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