Easter Holidays always call for some simple holiday crafting for tiny tots. Here’s a colourful way to spend some time crafting a lovely card for Easter wishes.
DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Medium
AGE GROUP: 5 yrs and above (Parental Guidance advised)
On a plain card, draw the oblong shape of the Easter egg by using a pencil.
Cut strips of different colored paper. These could be of same or varied width.
Use a paper cutter to cut out the Easter egg. This leaves a void or a hole in the shape of the egg on the card.
Open the card and stick these strips to cover the egg-shaped cut portion. Put Fevicol on the edges of the paper strips while sticking this.
On the front side of the card, Use Rangeela Glitter of your choice to give the outline for the egg.
You could also use a brush to smear Glitter of your choice on the surface of the card.
This DIY was designed for Hobby Ideas during my stint with them as a Content Expert.
Hobby Ideas is the creative wing of Pidilite Industries and is a leading Brand that promotes Art and Craft as a hobby.
Recommended usage of the products by children under parental guidance.
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