Fingerprint Easter Egg Decorating for Kids

Can’t decide how to decorate your Easter eggs this year? Have fun with your kids by making fingerprint easter eggs! We made a bunny, chick, and carrot on top of recycled toilet paper rolls! Very cheap to make (the acrylic paint was 50 cents a bottle at Walmart!)

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You will need acrylic paint, hard boiled eggs, a toilet paper roll, scrapbook paper, a paintbrush, and colored sharpies.

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Start by cutting a toilet paper roll into 1-2 inch slits and set the eggs on top.

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Have kids dip their fingers in the paint and make the body of the chick, bunny, and the carrot.

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Once the fingerprints are dry, grab some colored sharpies and add the chick’s legs, wings, eyes, and beak. For the carrot, take a green sharpie and make the green part.

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Take a little paintbrush with white paint and dab it on the bunny’s bottom to make it look like a fluffy tail. Cut up some scrapbook paper and glue it around the toilet paper rolls to make pretty little egg holders!

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Little does my husband know, these little guys are sitting in my fridge waiting to surprise him for breakfast :)

If you liked this one, check out my other Easter crafts for kids!

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