Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Chicks in an Egg

This adorable little chick is an easy and fun way to celebrate Easter. You can use them for placecard holders, create centerpiece or place in baskets.

* yellow pom poms
* plastic Easter eggs
* wiggly eyes (2 per chick)
* orange construction paper or felt cut into a triangle and fold in half
* glue
* scissors
First, start out by transforming pom-poms into chicks! Cut out a small triangle beak from orange felt or construction paper and glue it onto a pom-pom. Then glue two wiggly eyes just above the beak. Place a dab of glue in the bottom of the egg. Place the chick in the egg. Let dry.
You can use any size pom-pom you like. If you use a large pom-pom, you will only need one to place in the egg. If you use smaller pom-poms, you can make a few chicks to sit inside the egg.
Age: 4 and up
Time: 10 minutes plus drying time.
Cost: Less than $3.00 for a dozen chicks

No comments:

Post a Comment