Saturday, April 16, 2011

Easter Goodies!

I wanted to show off these two cute Easter projects we did this week.  We had the cafeteria save large cans for us that we made into Bunny Buckets for our kids.  They used these for their Easter baskets for our egg hunt.  There's a wide ribbon handle inside that you can't see in the photo.  There's also a jumbo cotton ball on the back for a little extra bunny touch.

This idea for this cute little project was given to me by a friend, and I don't know where she found it, but I thought it was precious!  Use a strip of colored paper, about 2" x 10".  Use the children's fingerprints to make white eggs in the first three spaces, then add a pinky dot to the top of the third egg for the little chick hatching out.  The fourth picture is just one yellow fingerprint chick.  Use orange and black Sharpies for the details.  Roll this up and put it in a easter egg!  The size that's a little bigger than a real egg works best!

4 comments:

Ms. Lopez said...

Love it! I made these chick life cycles, with plastic egg last year but I used the blackline. This is so much cuter! Thanks for sharing!

Katie Mense said...

SoOoOo cute!! I ♥ your fingerprint eggs! Your bunny baskets are too cute!! We made some out of soda boxes:) You can jump on over to my site to see them! http://littlekinderwarriors.blogspot.com/2011/04/soda-box-easter-baskets.html
I'm fairly new to blogging and TPT too:)
~Katie
Little Warriors

My Little Learning Center said...
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My Little Learning Center said...

I'm a new follower and love your ideas... thanks for sharing them

www.mylittlelearningcenter.blogspot.com

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