Easter is almost here! I feel like the holiday came quickly this year. We had so much fun making the paper bag shamrock for St. Patrick’s Day that I decided we should try something similar for Easter. I love that this craft is simple and kids can be really creative. Check out all the details below to make this paper bag Easter egg craft.
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Supplies for Paper Bag Easter Egg
- Paint (spring colors)
- Recycled brown shopping bag
- Fiber fill or shredded paper
- Easter egg template
- Paper plate or paint palette
- Foam brush
- Glitter (optional)
- First, you will have to download, print and cut the Easter egg template. You can also draw your own egg if you prefer.
- Next, trace two copies of the Easter egg on the brown paper bag.
- Cut out your paper bag Easter egg. If you have small children, make sure they are using safety scissors.
- Paint one of the paper bag Easter eggs. This will be the front side of your craft. You can add glitter but that’s optional.
- Staple the sides of the paper bag egg. Work your way around the edge, stapling a half inch apart. Leave some space at the top and possibly the sides.
- Finally, stuff your paper bag egg with fiber fill then staple it until it’s completely sealed. If you are not a fan of using a stapler for this project, use a hole punch and yarn instead. You could also use double-sided tape.
Watch the video below to see how I made this Easter craft. Make sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel for more fun content!
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