Holiday And Seasonal Crafts/02-05


Take a wooden egg, of any size, and paint it with acrylic paints. Use a variety of
designs. Spray with an acrylic sea1er when done. Use an eye hook to screw
into the top of the egg and finish with a ribbon for the hanger.


Take a 2" clay pot and paint it. Then paint a 1 1/2" wooden doll head in white.
When dry, glue together. Use two small white pompoms to make the cheeks of
the bunny, then take still smaller pink pompoms for the nose and glue them on top of
the cheeks. Use wiggle eyes and glue them on. The bunny's ears are white with
pink chenille stems/pipe cleaners. Fold in half with pink in the center.


Made out of felt, wooden dowel, wood ball for ends of the dowel, and
ribbon for a hanger. Beige is the main part of the banner. Bunny is made
out of white felt with pink felt for paws. Use blush for the cheeks on
the bunny's face. Make eggs with different colors of felt. Decorate eggs
with sequins and rick rack. Glue eggs on the base of the banner. Using black
fabric paint put eyes, nose, whiskers, and stitch lines on the bunny. Use
blue fabric paint for the bow around the neck. Use green fabric paint for
a squiggly edge on banner and as the grass on parts of eggs.


Paint the clay pot with acrylic paint. Use a pastel color of choice or
white. Make bunny arms and head out of fun foam. Cut two inner ear
pieces out of pink fun foam, then glue them on the ears of the bunny. Eyes are
oval ' wiggle eyes'. Use two (2) white pompoms for the cheeks of the bunny
and a small pink pompom for the bunny's nose. Put glue arms of bunny
and wrap around clay pot. Fill the clay pot with either green or
iridescent Easter grass and put in extra small Easter eggs or jelly

References / Source:
Great Salt Lake Council

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