This Jeweled Easter egg craft for kids is an art, craft, and fine motor activity all rolled into one fun activity. Once finished these Easter decorations can be hung individually, made into a garland, or used as spring home decor!
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Jeweled Easter Egg Craft
My daughter is responsible for coming up with this activity. I needed some pastel acrylic craft paint for some other projects. While she was helping me pick out the colors I found these wooden oval eggs and thought what a great idea!
Next, she found the jewel stickers and viola’ — instant Easter craft for kids!
Jeweled Easter Egg Craft Supplies
- Acrylic craft paint
- Flat wooden small craft ovals or large craft ovals (The size we used was not available on Amazon–Try Michaels)
- Paint brushes
- Rhinestone stickers and/or these
Jeweled Easter Egg Craft Directions
1. Place paint in small dish. A little goes a long way, you can always put more paint in the dish.
2. Paint eggs colors of choice.
3. Repeat with as many eggs and colors desired. You can color each egg more than one color. You can try stripes, polka dots, etc. Feel free to use your imagination and have fun!
5. Place jewel stickers. This is a great fine motor activity. Fine motor activities help children develop the fine motor muscles in the hand necessary for writing and more detailed hand work.
Once finished there are many ways you can display your child’s jeweled Easter egg craft. Hang them on wall or door with ribbon, make a garland or mobile, place in a frame as art, or use as decorations on your easter dinner table. Enjoy!
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