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Easter Crafts To Make
As for Christmas, Easter holidays can be an opportune time for kids to find Easter crafts to make. Craft making activities are usually enjoyable, and it can be a great way to spend Easter with the kids. One interesting craft that kids can be engaged in during Easter would be the making of crafts that can be eaten.
Crafts that can be eaten are a favorite not only for the kids, but also for other members of the family. From making the crafts to eating, it offers an enjoyable engagement for the kids during Easter. An example of such crafts would be an edible nest of a bird. The supplies needed for this craft include Easter candy eggs, chocolate bars, pan for cup cakes, cup cake holders, chocolate cake, and frosting.
The first step is to bake the cup cakes, and leave them to cool. Then, every kid is given a cup cake, a candy bar, Easter candy eggs and frosting. The idea is to let the kids to frost their cup cake and add their pieces of chocolate. The chocolate should be broken into pieces to represent sticks surrounding the edge. This will form the nest of the bird.
Thereafter, the Easter egg candies are added to the cup cake, making up a nest containing eggs. This would leave us with an edible bird's nest, which besides looking great on the table, is equally delicious.
Another craft idea that can be eaten would be a delicious Easter egg. This requires broken sticks, an empty plastic container, plastic Easter eggs, a ribbon, glue and paper for construction.
Here, the plastic container is decorated from the outside by having it covered with construction paper. The Easter candies are then filled inside plastic eggs. The glue will then be used to attach the Easter eggs to the ribbon, so that they can be hung on the sticks. The eggs can be added as much as possible, until a tree is formed. This tree is edible, and can be put where everyone can get an egg containing candy.
In conclusion, there are a variety of other ideas in addition to the aforementioned, which can enable kids have Easter crafts to make, and are fun, delicious and creatively engaging. At the end of the day, the Easter crafts made in such a way are useful in discovering and developing the kids' creative genius.