What’s the point in the Easter Egg?
This double-sided project is simple and fun for younger children and anyone who likes to color. One side of this craft is an Easter Egg with a flap that reveals a baby chick. The other side is a resurrection scene, which also has a flap that reveals the resurrecting Jesus. It has a string attached to the top for hanging the egg craft so both sides can be seen.
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- copy of the egg pages – Click Here – and scroll the page
(printed out on stock card paper ~ if possible)
- 6-inch piece of string.
- clear tape
- black marker
Color the two eggs and the two flaps.
Cut them out leaving the black outer line.
Use a small piece of tape to attach the flap on one side so that it will open like a door. Be sure the flap covers the entire chick/tomb opening, but it should not stick out past the egg\’s edge.
Tape the looped string to the back of one of the eggs, so the craft can be hung when completed.
Cover the back of one egg with glue and stick the two eggs together, back to back.
Use a black marker to color over the outer edges of the eggs were white is showing from the egg on the other side. This will make them look more seamless.
Now hang up your lovely Easter Egg and have a Blessed Easter!