A Cute Easter Craft for Kids!
We’ve been eating and baking with lots of Easter Candy around here lately. And I just couldn’t bring myself to throw away all of those beautiful glimmering pastel wrappers. Instead, we used them to add some sparkle and shine to our Easter crafts by creating a Candy Wrapper Easter Egg Collage.
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Candy Wrapper Easter Egg Collage
We glued the shiny candy wrappers down with regular craft glue onto some polka dot scrapbooking paper. Priscilla loved the sensory stimulation of the crinkly foil wrappers.
Once the glue was dry (which took a while considering the amount of glue she likes to use!), I cut it out into an egg shape for her, mounted it on pink cardstock, and added a Happy Easter note.
Do you think your little one would like to craft with candy wrappers? What would use them for?
Alissa @ Creative with Kids says
Good idea- the crinkly paper adds a sensory aspect that I like too. Thanks for sharing on Kids Get Crafty! Alissa & Maggy
Cerys @ Rainy Day Mum says
What a great idea for Candy wrappers – we have some left over from Christmas that I must dig out again.
Thank you for linking up to Tuesday Tots this week
What a cool craft idea – great way to use candy wrappers that I think my kids would enjoy!
Thanks for linking up to Learning Laboratory at Mama Smiles =)