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This Easter Paper Tube Craft is a a fun and easy project using toilet paper tubes and paints.
Looking for a simple and cute Easter craft? We have you covered with this easy Easter Paper Tube craft! All you need are some paints and recycled materials like toilet paper rolls to make this adorable craft! Kids will love painting Easter animals into cute characters that come alive!
What do you need to make this Easter toilet paper craft?
You’ll need paper tubes that you can flatten. A pencil to draw the shapes and your favorite paints (like acrylic or washable, tempera paints). You can also use paint markers to fill in finer details like face expressions, eyes, and mouth.
What characters can you make for this Easter paper craft?
Although we made a chick, sheep and bunny, you can make any fun Easter characters! An Easter basket would be adorable too! Or an Easter egg or carrot! You could also draw out and cut the shapes for younger kids and have them color in with pencil markers or crayons if that’s easier than paint!
Easter Paper Tube Craft – Materials
- Toilet paper tubes (or paper towel tube cut in half)
- Paint (or crayons, markers, or paint markers work too!)
INSTRUCTIONS (WATCH THE VIDEO IN THIS POST)
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