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Easter kids painting party

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Cute & Easy! I will make a pattern using card stock and pink paper, have kids glue together and just tape the ears to the headbands and tape headbands to size of child's head. Template for ears www.docstoc.com

First Easter Gifts for the Baby: Personalized Easter Cross with Blue Baby Footprint Art Print by Pitter Patter Print @ Etsy

These would be neat to make and put around the house! Could use dollar tree animals and jars

KATY KID'S KAMP - Handprint Garden - Katy, TX Painting Class - Painting with a Twist

KIDS CLASS-Easter Chickadee - Prairieville, LA Painting Class - Painting with a Twist

I would have the kids paint a paper yellow for the texture, before collaging it for the chick. I do like using the feathers too. It would be good for teaching the difference between simulated and actual texture.

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Easter egg wreath

EASTER BUCKET PERSONALIZED. $32.00, via Etsy.

DIY Easter Egg Paintings A project I put together for my toddler and I to do. Materials, tape, paper or canvas, scissors, paint brush, acrylic paint. Simply tape off the shape of an egg, use the tape to great lines in the egg shape. Give your toddler a brush and some paint and let them go to town. I added a few details afterwards to give it some more detail. Perfect project to do together for Easter!

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Easter Special Canvas Painting Kit by TwoChicsandACanvas on Etsy, $12.00

Easter Bunny Wall Art ~ Tutorial and Template

Cross Paintings On Canvas | Cross Painting by anchorofthesoul on Etsy

A slightly more sophisticated approach to finger-painting. Just tape over part of a canvas or painting paper using masking tape or any easily removable tape. Then let your child go to town with finger-paints! Lastly, peel off the paint. You can add stickers after it dries if you want. Great for all ages! Don't be afraid of a mess; crayola finger-paints have come right off any surface my kids have splattered on so far.

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Painters tape