Easter is a cause for celebration and is a great holiday for the kids to enjoy. You can easily engage your active children with some fun Easter crafts to not only spend some quality time together, but also to create something fun to keep (or eat!).
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Adorn your front door with an original creative Easter wreath, decorated by your kids. Brightly colored eggs will invite all your guests in on Easter day and get them excited for a fun Easter egg hunt! Design Master Color Tool, Inc. tells us just what we need for the perfect holiday decoration.
Eight 3-1/4" x 2-3/8" Styrofoam Eggs
Design Master Colortool sprays: Raspberry, Sonia, Yellow/Yellow, French Blue, Perfect Pink, Orange, Hill Green, Violet,
Design Master Tack 2000 Spray Adhesiv
Design Master Dresden ClearGlaze
Crystal Diamond Dust,
16 Wood Picks or Skewers
14" Macrame Ring,
Low Temp Glue & Glue Gun
Three Yards Ribbon
Insert wood picks in the middle side of eggs. Holding this handle, spray eggs with a variety of bright Design Master Colortool sprays. Follow spraying directions on the can to prevent melting the foam. Allow to dry.
Working a few eggs at a time, spray Design Master Tack 2000 Spray Adhesive onto eggs. Allow adhesive to become tacky then sprinkle with Diamond Dust Crystals. Let eggs dry.
Seal eggs with Design Master Dresden ClearGlaze.
With wire clippers snip through macrame ring at seam. Put slight pressure on the ring to bend so that cut ends slightly overlap when pressure is released. This will aid in keeping ends together when finishing the wreath.
Remove wood pick handles and thread eggs onto ring by piercing through the middle side of each egg. Alternate sizes.
Secure ring ends together by gluing wire ends and inserting into middle of adjoining eggs. Hold ends in place while glue dries.
Tie the ribbon in simple bow and attach it to the wreath.
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