Ok, so now that I have clothespins galore, I’m ready to use them all up. Instead of bunnies, we’re making Easter chicks…
Here’s What You’ll Need:
· A clothespin – The wooden kind, not a plastic pin
· A cotton ball
· Googley eyes
· Clear-drying school glue
· Tempera paint
· A paintbrush – Or not, sometimes finding other objects (such as the cotton balls) to paint with is even more fun!
· Craft feathers
· Card stock paper
Here’s What to Do:
1. Paint the clothespin. Give your child a few different colors and let her mix up her own hue.
2. Glue two googley eyes to the cotton ball.
3. Cut a tiny triangle from the card stock paper.
4. Fold the edge of the triangle down to make a tab. Glue the tab to the cotton ball as a beak.
5. Dab a dot of glue on the top of the painted clothespin and press the cotton ball chick head down.
6. Add feathers! Glue a few craft feathers onto the top of the clothespin and the cotton ball to complete the Easter craft.
Are you looking for more holiday art activities for kids? Check out our bunny collage or see what we did with stale Peeps (yes, we made art!). And, follow my Pinterest board for ideas galore!Follow Mini Monets and Mommies's board Easter Crafts for Kids on Pinterest.