Easter Egg Sign

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By Kid’s Craft Contributor Tracey, from the blog We Made That.

Do you like decorating for the Holiday’s and have always wanted to make your own decorations?  Then try this Easter Egg Sign, it is so easy even the kids can make it!

Easter Egg Sign at ThinkCrafts.com

I just love decorating for the holidays, but it always seems more fun to me when we make our own decorations.  With Easter fast approaching, I thought it would be fun to make a cute Easter Egg Sign to put on our Mantle.

The kids had a blast painting the eggs, which is great because I use plastic eggs for Easter so this gave them the chance to actually decorate some eggs.  Because the eggs were paper mache, there are no worries that they will break or come open (like the plastic ones do), and just like the store bought signs, this can be stored and reused next year, only it is better because we made it!



Paint Eggs

Paint each of your eggs a different color

Glue Eggs

Once your paint has dried, use your glue gun and glue the eggs side-by-side.

Letter Stickers

Put your letter stickers on each egg to spell out EASTER.

Easter Egg Sign at ThinkCrafts.com

Put your finished Easter sign out for display to celebrate the holiday!

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About Tracey

I am a work at home mother of two living just outside Kansas City, KS. I started crafting with my oldest daughter to spend more time with her and to get her to focus more. And I have to say it has been a great experience for us both. As a matter of fact I have created a craft monster since she tells me several times a week “Let’s do a project MOM!” My youngest is finally at an age where we can start crafting with her too, but then comes the challenge of coming up with something a toddler can do that a preschooler will enjoy also… oh the challenges of a crafting mom. I hope to inspire other parents to craft and create things with their kids.

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