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Lapin de Pâques Récup

Lapin de Pâques Récup

DCWV Diary: Video Tutorial: Spring Bunnies & Chickies There is something about Spring that makes me {smile}. Not sure if it's the bright colored decorations or the pink bunny Peeps that make it into my shopping cart...or finally getting the lawn chair out and sitting with neighbors out in the sun watching them play. I don't know what it is...but I love it!! I loved making these cute little bunnies and chicks out of an old egg carton!! They are so easy and the DCWV Glitter paper and the Lemon Flower Stack are the perfect papers to use :) HERE is a video showing you exactly how to make them! And here is what happens when you let little boys make their own! {Precious} Love the paint on the fingers...and his bunny has a mustache ;) Oh so proud. Back on Friday!!

Fun Easter Crafts Today will probably wrap up my Easter themed posts. Unless I think of some other nifty thing that I just have to tell you guys about! For my mommy meet-up, I wanted to have a few fun toddler friendly crafts for the kids, so I came up with a few cute ideas. Next I cut out egg shapes from pastel foam sheets for the kids to decorate and make their own "Easter eggs" with stickers and markers. Last I thought about creating bunny masks for the kids to wear and letting them color them themselves, but I know most kids don't like to wear anything, let alone a mask over their face. What fun Easter crafts have you come up with that are toddler friendly.

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Easter Crafts We've been busy with some fun Easter Crafts! Butterfly made an Easter lily, a baby chick, and a bunny candy holder! We put together our supplies for the Easter lily flower. I drew some lily leaves on green paper for Butterfly to cut out. I formed the white piece of paper into a cone and Butterfly taped it into place. We then cut out the petals. Butterfly took a yellow highlighter and coloured the inside of the lily yellow, and we took a yellow pipe cleaner and folded it in half, curled the ends and placed it in the middle of the lily. I fed the folded yellow pipe cleaner through the hole at the bottom of the cone and put the green pipe cleaner through the yellow one to add on the stem. After Butterfly cut out the leaves, she poked the leaves onto the stem. Then we curled the lily's petals by rolling them down on a pencil. Butterfly is really happy with her finished Easter lily, she loves flowers! Our next craft is a hatching baby chick! And taped them together on one side.

Simple, Kid-Friendly Easter Cards | Daily Doses of Hope I love mail! Real paper mail! {if you’re read my blog long I’m sure you already figured that out!} I wanted to do an easy card that B could help me make. So we made chick cards! Supplies: • white card stock • yellow paint and tray • potato half • fork (optional) • foam brush (optional) • orange paper • scissors • goggly eyes • feathers (we cut our feathers in half because they looked huge whole!) Step One: Fold sheets of card stock in half. Step Two: Dip potato half in yellow paint and stamp card stock. We also used a foam brush here to fill in the spaces that were not stamped well. Step Three: Let dry until dry. Step Four: Using the black puffy paint, draw feet on each print. Step Five: Let the feet dry! Step Six: Cut out the beaks. Step Seven: Glue the eyes, beaks, and feathers onto the print. Step Eight: Sign the insides, insert a picture of your kids, or whatever you would like to do. Like this: Like Loading...

DIY: Chick & Bunny Treat Holders This one’s for the kiddies… a fun little craft project + “friendly” holders for all those Easter Bunny treats! (Full instructions for both versions after the jump…) PAPER BUNNY CUP Treat Holders You’ll Need: white paper cup white cardstock pink felt or pink cardstock 2 wiggle eyes small pink pom-pom medium white pom-pom (for tail) white chenille stems scissors, glue, glue dots or a stapler Directions • From the white cardstock, cut 2 large white ovals for the bunny ears. • Cut 2 smaller oval shapes from the pink felt (or paper) for the inner part of the ear. • Cut white chenille craft stems into short pieces for the whiskers. • Attach the ears to the back rim of the cup with a stapler or glue dots. • Glue the white pom pom to the back of the cup to create a cotton tail. • Fill with a colorful Easter grass and candy treats! PAPER CHICK CUP Treat Holders Directions • From the orange cardstock, cut a small triangle for the beak and glue it to the front of the cup.

Activités pour le Préscolaire: Table d'eau sous le thème de Pâques. Egg-cellent! Aujourd'hui, j'ai décidé de faire essayer notre table sensorimotrice à ma fille. Je l'ai rempli d'eau et d'oeufs de Pâques. Si vous avez un surplus: c'est le temps de le mettre à profit! J'ai ajouté du détergent liquide pour la vaisselle et des animaux de la ferme. J'ai aussi coloré l'eau avec du colorant alimentaire rose pour donner un effet encore plus festif. J'ai ajouté du matériel pour explorer tel que: une louche... une grosse cuillère trouée de plastique... et un pile-patate. Et une boîte à oeufs en plastique pour y déposer les oeufs pêchés. Au début, ma fille n'était pas certaine et me regardait jouer dans l'eau avec les outils, puis tranquillement elle a pris un instrument eta finalement attrapé son premier oeuf. Ce qui est drôle c'est que seulement une moitié de la table a moussé et l'autre est restée presque sans bulle.

Activités pour le Préscolaire: Attrape-soleil de Pâques tout en cure-pipes et papier soie Le temps de réalisation est très court ce qui est parfait pour les tout-petits. Le matériel nécessaire est simplement des cure-pipes, de papier soie, des ciseaux et de la colle blanche. Dans une autre activité, je vous montre aussi comment le givrer et cristalliser. Voici le lien de l'autre activité. Il suffit de former le cure-pipe qui sera la base en forme d'oeuf. Lorsque l'oeuf est terminé, les enfants peuvent coller des carrés de papier soie en appliquant la colle sur les cure-pipes en en pressant les carrés dessus. Mon fils a adoré ce petit bricolage, la prochaine étape sera de le crystalliser.....

Easter Archives | happy hooligans If you’re looking for an easy Easter craft for kids, you’ll love this Coffee Filter Easter Wreath! It’s easy to Continue Reading Coffee Filter Easter Wreath Who loves an easy Easter craft? Continue Reading 10 Easy Easter Crafts for Kids These DIY Napkin rings are going to look great on your Easter table! Continue Reading DIY Napkin Rings: an Easter Craft for Kids If you’re looking for easy Easter crafts for kids, you’ve come to the right place! Continue Reading Easter Crafts for Kids: Toilet Roll Easter Bunnies We are all about easy Easter crafts for kids these days! Continue Reading Stained Glass Easter Eggs – an easter sun catcher for kids to make Toilet Roll “Peeps” and Nests: an easy, upcycled Easter craft for kids! Hooray for Easter crafts! Continue Reading Easter Craft for Kids: Toilet Roll “Peeps” Easy Easter craft for Kids: – how to make a bird nest out of a paper grocery bag! Continue Reading Paper Bag Nests – how to make a bird nest with a paper grocery bag

Hat Craft from Paper Plates All you need to make a party hat for any occasion is a paper plate and a pair of scissors! Really, that’s all you need, no glue or extra bits of anything. These simple little hats can be decorated by kids at a party, or used to play party games. Once you have the first cut made, you can then decide what you want your hat decoration to be. Next you can see the heart version of the hat. It works fine with just a colored paper plate. Or if you have plain white plates you could paint them. I really like the simple circle cut out on pastel colored plates and made to look like sweetheart candy with a marker pen. As you can see, these can be made to fit any head. There are an infinite number of ways you can customize the basic design, so I’ve included a few photos and a pdf design sheet that you can print out to use for ideas. Here are the designs for the different hats. Of course there’s the classic paper plate crown that can easily be used for birthdays, dress up play or mardi gras. Guess Who.