- Age Guideline: 3 Years and Up
- Time Required: 20 minutes (Does not include drying time)
The above age and time guidelines are estimates. This project can be modified to suit other ages and may take more or less time depending on your circumstances.
Cut six egg shapes, each about 6-inches tall, out of cardstock. You can cut them all from different colored paper or all the same. Draw a different shape in the center of each egg. Stay about an inch or two from the edge of each egg. Cut each shape out so there is a hole in the center of each egg.
If you desire, at this time, use markers or crayons to decorate one side of each egg. The decorated side will be the front side.
Cut pieces from tissue paper that are big enough to cover the hole in each egg. Once again, these can be all the same color or different colors. Use a glue stick to glue the tissue paper to the back side of each egg so it completely covers the hole.
Finally, glue the eggs in a circle to form a wreath shape. Put a loop of yarn or string at the top to use for hanging. Hang it in a window so the light will shine through the tissue paper to give a sun catcher effect.
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