Gorgeous! - Egg Crafts for Easter

Since the Easter season is upon us, we've been looking for fun egg crafts you can do with your kiddos. Check out these 'egg-cellent' eggs from The Chocolate Muffin Tree's Easter "egg-stravaganza" - eight 'egg-citing' ideas you don't want to miss! We can't feature them all, but here are a few of our favorites {you'll have to scoot on over to Melissa's blog for the scoop and project directions!}.

Spring Easter Coffee Filter Egg Craft
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With simple coffee filters, markers, and a spray bottle of water, your kiddos will have a blast making these tie dye Easter eggs. Hang them on the windows, use them to decorate a bulletin board, laminate and use them as Easter party place mats ~ the options are endless!

Spring Easter Paper Mache Egg Craft
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Using glitter, art tissue paper torn into small pieces, watered down glue {or Mod Podge}, and small water balloons, invite your child(ren) or students to explore the art of paper mache eggs! Set the finished creations in nests of Easter grass or decorative baskets, or hang them around the classroom for some added fun. You might consider stringing them up with some white Christmas lights for a unique {holiday-worthy!} effect!

Spring Easter Spin Painting Egg Craft
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Have a salad spinner and some craft paint? Try creating these colorful spin art eggs! They make great bulletin board accents, Easter garlands, or spring labels for classroom stations!

Spring Easter Lantern Egg Craft
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If you're kiddos have mastered the paper mache egg craft from above, try taking the project a step further and making them into beautiful egg shaped lanterns! With a few tweaks to the crafting process, your classroom will be the talk of the hall with these festive holiday decorations!

For other fantastic egg ideas {paint chip eggs, marbled egg cookies, roll painting eggs, and coloring eggs naturally} and the instructions to these fantastic projects, of course, be sure to visit Melissa's full post at The Chocolate Muffin Tree!

The Chocolate Muffin Tree: 8 Easter Egg Ideas: An Eggstravaganza!