If you are looking for a creative, hands-on Easter craft idea, here is an easy pom-pom Easter egg craft that kids will love!
Easter egg crafts are an easy and fun way to get your kids in the holiday spirit. Your little ones will be so excited to create colorful eggs while also practicing some crafting skills like cutting and gluing.
If you are looking for some easy Easter egg decorating ideas for toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners, or school-age kids, this one is perfect! This is also a simple Easter craft to do with the whole family! Kids will love to choose colorful pom poms and try different patterns they like.
So, grab your craft supplies and get ready to make some colorful Easter egg crafts. Pair this with our popsicle stick Easter egg basket craft for extra fun!
Supplies you need to make a pom pom Easter egg craft
- Colorful pom poms of various sizes
- Thick white cardstock
- Colored A4 cardstock
- Paper knife (optional)
Steps to make a pom pom Easter egg craft for kids
Get a colored A4 cardstock and cut out a paper strip from the shorter side. We marked 1.5 cm on both sides of the cardstock, made a fold along these markings, and cut out the paper strip using scissors along the crease.
Please note, the width on either side of this paper strip should be the same. So, it is important you first measure the width using a ruler.
Make two tiny folds on the paper strip on both sides.
Apply glue inside one of the folds we made on the paper strip and stick it on top of the other fold. Wait for the glue to dry.
Now, carefully make a curved shape outwards where the two folds met so we will get an egg shape.
Stick this egg shape on a thick white A4 cardstock. Make sure there are no gaps when you stick the edges.
Wait for the glue to dry. It may take at least 15 minutes for the egg to stick properly and stay in place if you are using the normal craft glue.
Younger kids may need help with the above steps, particularly with the measuring and cutting part.
Now, comes the most exciting part. Get some colorful pom poms and ask the kids to stick them inside the egg shape. You can apply a good amount of glue on the white cardstock inside the egg shape before they stick the pom poms.
Kids can also apply glue on the pom poms if they think they need more. Stick them inside the egg, and press the pom poms firmly so they will stay in place.
Once the egg shape is filled with pom poms, wait for the whole craft to dry. It may take at least an hour for normal craft glue.
Once the craft looks dry, use a paper-knife (to be used by grown-ups only) or scissors to cut it out of the cardstock. You can also make another egg craft on the same cardstock.
Our pom pom Easter eggs are ready! Aren’t they so pretty?
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