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Easter to make with gkids

Posted by luvstocraft (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 25, 11 at 13:08

Ran across this site with a couple cute projects to do with the little ones. Easy plastic egg wreath, some chennile stem flowers, and a wall hanging idea. Enjoy!

Here is a link that might be useful: Easter projects

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RE: Easter to make with gkids

Cute idea for the wreath and so simple too.
I can see tucking flowers or small satin bows in between the eggs too.
The pipe cleaner flowers are fun to make. I've made them with the kids at school. They were always a hit...I just added a colored pom pom for the center.
TFS Luvs..

RE: Easter to make with gkids

Luvs, I've made several of the wreaths and given as gifts for Easter. I enjoyed seeing her flowers made out of pipe cleaners too.


RE: Easter to make with gkids

Very cute, I think my DGD would like to make if she can take time from her school work.

RE: Easter to make with gkids

Cute , Luvs! I have to get some spray for the eggs to make them more natural looking. The spray makes the paints stick better to the plastic.

RE: Easter to make with gkids

Kathleen, do you use the Krylon matte 1311? I've used it for years and love it. I've never really tried painting any of the plastic eggs--I do like the speckled look to them though.

Nana, your little one needs time for "play" too, hope she enjoys her schoolwork. ;o)

Jane, a pom pom sounds easier than the way the did the center. Bet you were a really fun teacher!

Punk, you are just a dyamo--bet your friends loved your gift. These are sort of like your topiaries aren't they?

I should get the supplies together and see if my little DGD would like to do one. We mostly play with her new puppy now, but maybe she'd enjoy a craft too.


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