Button Easter Egg
- Paint brushes
- Colorful buttons
- Wooden board
- Mod Podge
- Easter egg stencil
- Print out a picture of an Easter egg.
- Cut the Easter egg out and place it on the wooden board you plan to glue the buttons on.
- With a pencil, trace the outline of the Easter egg.
- Pour some Mod Podge on a paper plate, and using a paint brush or a sponge, put the Mod Podge on the inside of the egg outline.
- Place the buttons however you wish, filling the Easter egg completely with buttons.
- Let the Mod Podge dry before setting it out to display.
Easter Candy Jars
- Small jars
- Mod Podge
- Paint Brush
- Craft foam or construction paper (pink, white, and orange)
- Pom Poms
- Googly eyes
- Hot glue
- Paint a light layer of Mod Podge over the jar and cover with white glitter, except for the top. Let it dry.
- Cut bunny ears out of white and pink construction paper and glue to the lid of the jar.
- Glue a pink pom-pom to the back of the jar for the tail.
- Using pink construction paper, cut out thin strips and glue them to the front of the jar for whiskers.
- Glue a small pom-pom between the whiskers for a nose. Glue googly eyes to the jar above the whiskers.
Baby chick jar
- Paint a light layer of Mod Podge over the jar and cover with yellow glitter, except for the top. Let it dry.
- Cut chicken feet out of orange construction paper and glue to the bottom of the jar.
- Cut a triangle out of orange construction paper for the beak and glue it to the front of the jar. Glue googly eyes above the beak.
Polka dot jar
- Using a round sponge, put circles of Mod Podge on the jar.
- Sprinkle different colored glitter over the circles.
Finger Paint Easter Bunny
- Bunny stencil
- Print out a picture of a bunny and cut out.
- Tape the bunny on a piece of paper or construction paper.
- Use paint to finger paint (or use paint brushes) the inside of the bunny.
- Sign the paper and send it to friends and family.