Easter Egg Templates for FUN Easter Crafts

Posted by Cindy  ·  March 27, 2019  ·  Last Updated: March 27, 2019

Free printable Easter egg templates to use for crafts and Easter activities. You can color them, paint them, sew them, hang them and much much more. The possibilities are endless.

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These Easter egg printables are fun to color and make great Easter egg coloring pages. Decorate them with paint, markers or crayons. I have created the egg template in three different sizes. Choose from decorated eggs or plain eggs if you like to add your own details and designs.

Free Easter Egg Template Printables

I wanted to show you what the eggs look like. Be sure to print from the pdf so you get full-sized eggs. Click on the link above the eggs. All three sizes are included in the download...

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How to Make a Paper Flower Wreath

How would you like a wreath with large bright or not so bright flowers, made by you or your loved ones, out of paper. Here are some examples to inspire you to make a wreath of your own.  You can hang it anywhere and get to look at it every day and be proud.  This would make a nice gift for someone in the hospital, neighbor, friend, etc. These shapes are easy to make and maybe you can make new shapes for flowers and don’t forget about leaves. You will need a heavy weight paper like cardstock, so the flower will keep it shape and will not wilt down.

1. Use different sized bowls and circular objects from around your home to draw circles on your chosen sheets of coloured cardstock...

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DIY Pom Pom Wreath

Want to learn exactly how to Make a Pom Pom Spring Wreath? This super-fun do-it-yourself wreath will make a colorful addition to any front door! The trick to making this spring wreath work is the addition of deco mesh ribbon to ensure your pom-poms stick firmly to your wreath and don’t fall off – which sometimes happens if you glue straight onto a foam wreath.
DIY Pom Pom Wreath [+ Tutorial Video!]

This is a wonderful spring project to make with children and the wider family; personalise your spring wreath with embellishments such as bells, baubles, ribbons and tassels, to make it truly one of a kind!

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You Will Need:

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  • A foam or steel wreath
  • Hessian ribbon (around 7cm thick and 1 meter long)
  • 4 or more colours of yarn
  • Pom pom makers in three sizes
  • Hot glue gun
  • Scissors

DIY Spring Pom Pom Wreath Tutorial:

Step 1:

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5 World Book Day Face Painting Ideas with Snazaroo

World Book Day is now a well established event in most school calendars, with many children encouraged to dress up as characters from their favourite book. Snazaroo is keen to join in the celebrations of all things literary by providing 5 easy to follow step by step face painting guides. This year we are focusing on two classic children’s books, sharing tutorials to transform your kids into beloved characters from The Jungle Book and The Wizard of Oz.


Jungle Book | How to Paint Baloo Bear

Mowgli’s best friend is a sleepy old bear who teaches him the law of the jungle, Learn how to create this classic character in 3 easy steps.

You Will Need How to Paint

1. Using some grey paint, create a mask like in the picture...

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Easter Crafting: DIY String Eggs

Whether you fancy creating these fun yarn eggs as hanging decorations, or as an alternative way of wrapping this year’s Easter chocolate, this easy Easter crafting project is a great one to have up your sleeve! This crafty Easter egg project works great with twine, jute, yarn and embroidery thread– go loud with bright colours for something more festive, or stick with a simple jute twine for a more rustic approach. You can also add glitter, ribbons, name tags and more… the only limit is your imagination! Either way, these fabulous string eggs are a great way to keep little hands busy in the lead up to Easter.

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You Will Need:

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Easter Crafting Tutorial – Step by Step String Eggs:

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Step 1:

Mix in a bowl 2 parts PVA glue and 1 part water...

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Painted Rainbow Fries Favors

Who doesn’t love a good rainbow? These quick hand-painted party favors are so simple but have such a playful look perfect for your next party. Plus with St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner, why not give out these rainbow favors as good luck for all your friends?

Painted Rainbow Fries Favors

If you’re like us, you probably have a stash of odds and ends leftover from other parties that don’t quite match up. These favors are a great way to put those to use – just divide them by color and fill each box with what you have, and compliment them with a handful of colorful candies, crayons, toys, and stickers.

Painted Rainbow Fries Favors

Plaid’s Apple Barrel Acrylic Paint Set makes crafting these goodies super easy – you’ll have all the rainbow paints you need all in one place! We used seven shades here for a smaller rainbow, but you co...

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4 Easter Face Painting Ideas with Snazaroo

This is a great way to have fun at any party, the children will enjoy it too. Kids usually just want their faces to look different. Be sure to use a water based paint.

Practice painting on a piece of paper first, have a design in your mind, then when you are painting on a cute face you will have more fun.  You can apply caulk on the child’s face first, to help you paint your designs if you need to. Keep it simple because children don’t like to wait around for very long and it will turn out better. Be sure to have mirrors so the children can see their faces.

Below you will find three examples of paint on a sweet happy face and instructions on how to paint this design. The first face if just fine, as you get better you can go on to the second face then the third...

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St Patrick’s Day Good Luck Charm Necklace

Do you have a good luck charm? We love a good pair of special lucky socks or even a lucky penny, but if you’re looking for a little extra luck this St. Patrick’s Day, you’ll definitely want to try your hand at this colorful good luck charm necklace!St Patrick's Day Lucky Necklace

Create this adorable pastel rainbow of beads, pasta noodles, tassels, bells, and charms to wear around – you’re sure to get lots of compliments, and using green beads will prevent any pinches too! This is a great craft to make with supplies you happen to have on hand, with the special addition of a shamrock-shaped charm if you can! Watch the full how-to video below, and keep reading for tips and tricks for all the luck you need this March!

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what you need:

St Patrick's Day Lucky Necklace

  • Apple Barrel Acrylic Paint Set
  • Paintbrush
  • String
  • Scissors
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How to Make a Paper Spring Wreath

The talented Carla Bagshaw is back with yet another papercraft project you’re bound to fall in love with! Handmade paper wreaths can be a fantastic alternative to real floral wreaths for so many reasons; they are cheap to make, you can swap and change the colours and blooms as the seasons change, and – best of all – they’re not too tricky to create either! With a bit of patience, anyone can achieve stunning results. Check out Carla’s stunning paper spring wreath below, and learn everything you need to know to create your own beautiful papercraft wreaths with ease.

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Carla Bagshaw’s Paper Spring Wreath Project:

I love spring; I love watching nature yawn and stretch and throw out its wonderful explosion of colour, but oh so delicately...

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Dawn Bibby Talks All Things Craft!

We caught up with Dawn Bibby to talk all things craft! Find out exactly where she gets her crafty inspiration from, how she turned her creative passion into a successful career in craft, and what’s in store for the year ahead, and beyond!

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When did you first discover you had a passion for crafting?

My mum was my biggest inspiration. I started crafting with her as a child – knitting, embroidery and drawing . I loved creating, and have many happy memories of the time we spent together when I was growing up.

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What inspired you to turn a creative passion into a business?

My career just evolved from my passion… I really couldn’t image doing anything else ! It was just a natural thing while I was still in college; I started working weekends in a sewing and knitting machine shop, teaching p...

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