Time for my second post as part of the Bostik Craft Bloggers Network. Every month Bostik send members of the network a pack containing crafty materials and challenge us to create something to share with our readers. Today I’ll show you an overview of the Easter crafts for kids that I came up with. I’ll post up the relevant tutorials over the coming days, so keep your eyes on the blog 🙂
This month Bostik kindly sent me a large craft box containing:
Bostik Glitter Pens
3 Polystyrene Egg shapes
Various foam shapes, pom poms and googly eyes
I was thoroughly pleased to receive so many wonderful materials to work with, but what could I do with them all that would make fun Easter crafts for kids? After some discussions with my three little people I came up with some very simple and fun craft ideas.
Easter cards (using the card, foam shapes and Bostik glitter pens)
Bumble Bee and Rabbits (using the polystyrene eggs, googly eyes, foam, pom poms, pipe cleaners and Bostik Glu Dots)
Chocolate Easter Nests (using the cake papers)
Easter Tree flower decorations (using the felt, buttons, ribbon and Bostik glue)
An Easter chick (using googly eyes, foam, pom poms and Bostik Glu Dots)
The kids had a fabulous time and I think they did a really great job with their Easter creations. If you would like to make your own versions of these fun crafts keep checking back as I’ll post up full tutorials over this coming week.