Cardboard Egg Easter Crafts

Have fun-at-home with these cute Easter crafts!

Do you know that these crafts are made of cardboard eggs? Aren’t cardboard eggs a great eco-friendly alternative to plastic eggs? I found these cardboard eggs at Oriental Trading.

They are very similar to plastic ones, you can open the eggs and fill them with goodies for kids. Best part is kids can color the eggs, decorate them and have fun finding them in Easter egg hunt for special surprises.

We created these crafts as a sponsored Instagram post for Oriental Trading Company. We hope you will enjoy making these crafts with kids.

Easy Easter crafts for kids to make.


Cardboard eggs for Easter egg hunt.


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INSTRUCTIONS TO MAKE EASTER CRAFTS WITH KIDS


MATERIALS


Start by coloring the eggs and follow tutorial below for making bunny, chick and lamb craft for kids.



HOW TO MAKE BUNNY CRAFT?


Step 1: Paint the cardboard egg with black color and let it dry.

Step 2: Once the color is dried, glue the googly eyes.


Step 3: Glue a pink color pom-pom for nose.

Step 4: Make the mouth and teeth using a black marker.

Step 5: Cut out the shape of the bunny's ear. We have used white paper for the outer part and pink paper for the inside of the ear. You can color the inside of the ear pink if you don't have colored paper.


Step 6: Glue the ears on the egg bunny.

Ta-da! Your cutie bunny is ready!



HOW TO MAKE CHICK CRAFT?


Step 1: Paint the egg with yellow color and let it dry.

Step 2: Once the color is dried, glue the googly eyes.

Step 3: Cut out the shape of beak from orange cardstock paper and glue on the chick.


Step 5: Finally, glue three yellow color feathers on the chick. Your adorable chick is ready!



HOW TO MAKE LAMB CRAFT?


Step 1: Paint the egg with black color and let it dry.

Step 2: Once the color is dried, glue the googly eyes.

Step 3: Cut out a shape of nose from pink cardstock paper and glue on the lamb.

Step 4: To make fluffy lamb head, start by glueing three cotton balls and then glue seven small pom-poms as shown in the picture.

Your cutest lamb is ready!



Looking for more Easter ideas? Check out our cute bunny greeting card that kids can make for friends and family.

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