Easter Egg Flower Art
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This beautiful Easter Egg flower art project is a fun invitation to create Easter Art and simple to set up. Just print out our FREE Easter egg template (grab below), gather some pretty foliage and your’e set.
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It encourages nature play and exploration – go on a walk, hunt for foliage and wildflowers.
Practice those fine motor skills – kids will love snipping off flower stalks and pinching off petals.
You can use up flowers in your home that are almost expired, we’ve found taking off the old petals still release very fresh ones underneath.
If you want to preserve your art however, you can glue down each flower once you’ve arranged and wait for it to dry. OR, you can opt to use artificial or craft flowers.
Get the material list and instructions below and make sure to watch the video to see this gorgeous Easter Egg Flower Art in action!
EASTER EGG FLOWER ART – MATERIALS:
- FREE Printable Egg template (get it here)
- Colored cardstock
- Flowers, foliage, leaves (you can use craft flowers too)
- Hot glue gun or strong craft glue (optional)
Step 1. Print and cut out our FREE printable egg template. Trace onto several colored cardstock paper and cut out.
Step 2. Arrange your foliage in basket or container, encourage kids to practice their fine motor skills by snipping off ends and taking off petals.
Step 3. Arrange your flower design on the paper Easter eggs.
Step 4. Save and preserve by gluing each foliage down. The flowers will dry up of course. This step is probably best if you use craft flowers.
My kids loved this pretty invitation to create Easter Egg and the whole family got in on the fun including myself and my husband. Can you guess whose eggs is which? 🙂
I love how my son chose to express his through a happy face of petals and flowers.
Watch the video below to see our Easter Flower Egg Art in action:
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