Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Easy Easter egg box…Kid’s craft

The Easter egg hunt is over.  The overabundance of Easter candy is now in the kids.  How do you keep them entertained? How about some Easter egg boxes to take home some jellybeans?  These boxes are super easy to create and require very few supplies.  Take a cue from the Girl Scouts and set up a table outside, cover it with newspapers and let the kids create mementos of the day!

You will need:

Miniature Paper mache oval box

Acrylic paint, pink or any pastel color

Gold acrylic pant


Flat lace scraps (You can buy bags of misc. scrap lace in fabric stores for very little money)


Tacky glue

1.     Paint the box top and sides with pastel color.  Paint the box bottom with the same pastel color.  Let dry. 

2.     Paint the inside of top and bottom in gold acrylic paint (if desired) Let dry.

3.     Cut pieces of various flat lace scraps

4.     Decorate the top by gluing the scraps lace across.  Slightly arc the lace so it resembles a decorated egg.  Vary the lace strips with widths, designs and colors.  You can even add rhinestones if you like.  Let dry completely. 


Jenn Bower said...

So cute and it looks like a fun project.

Anonymous said...

Crystal, how precious! It is so pretty and useful too! The perfect egg for a little princess to hide her treasures~~~

Love it!

Julia Christie said...

SO very creative and very pretty! Love it!


Magic Love Crow said...

Excellent Crystal! And, you can use this idea for different things too! Thanks!

Craftymoose Crafts said...

Great idea! Perfect for a craft at a child's party, too!

Daniella said...

I love it! I've seen so many Easter egg challeges, and egg painting, and paper mache' eggs, on and on!! This is a very big Easter this year!!
Your box is adorable

Leovi said...

Excellent delicious delicacy.

Maggie said...

What a fun project! The kids ought to have a great time making these!

Lee Pierce said...

Thanks for sharing this great idea! Kids love little places to stash stuff...

Heather said...

a cute little project! thanks crystal! xo

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