Monday 3 April 2017

Easter Bunting

Have your children started their Easter break? Want a craft to fill the time? Got toddlers who love to paint? Do you want to decorate for Easter? Well this Easter bunting craft is for you!

Multi-coloured egg shaped pieces of card next to a pair of scissors

To make this bunting you will need.
  • Paints (I used ready mixed paint that I had but a paint palette would do - £1.00 @ Wilko)
  • Pots or a palette if you're using ready mixed paints
  • Paint brush
  • Water pot or jar for brush rinsing
  • Card (£1.00 @ Poundland)
  • Pencil
  • Scissors or string (50p @ Wilko)
  • Tape
Craft supplies, including paint, glass jars, card, ribbon, tape, scissors and a paintbrush

This is a messy craft so remember to protect any surfaces, the kids and possibly yourself, from paint!

To start layout your card. If you're unsure of how many sheets to use consider the length of bunting you need and how many eggs it will take to fill it. I used four sheets and got six eggs out of each.

Now, if you are using ready mix paint squirt a little into your pots or palettes. 

Yellow, pink, orange paint in small glass jars with a paintbrush

Give your little one the paint brush and let them get creative. 

A toddler painting the card with a paint brush

Try and get them to rinse between colours to avoid that lovely greeny-brown that somehow gets created! 

A toddler painting the card

Leave to dry. 

Four squiggly children's paintings being left to try

Next turn the card over so the dried painted side is facing down and using the pencil draw eggs on the reverse. As my freehand isn't too good I made a template with the card so I could be sure they were the same size and alike!

Four dry paintings with an card egg template and a pencil

Egg template being used on the reverse of the paintings

Egg shapes drawn on the back of the paintings

Cut out the eggs with the scissors. 

Egg shapes being cut out

Egg shapes all cut out

Cut a length of ribbon or string, ensuring its the right length for where you want to hang your bunting. Then using the tape secure your eggs on to it, leaving a gap in-between.

Egg shapes with ribbon taped to the back

Hang in your chosen place and that's it you're done!

Eater bunting hanging  Finished bunting hanging

Finished bunting hanging

Finished bunting hanging

Look out for more Easter crafts coming over the next few days!

Easter bunting hanging


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  1. Great idea! I love how easy, but fun this is. My little one would absolutely love this activity, she is massively into arts and crafts so I am always looking for fun things to do with her like this :-) Definitely one to try over half term! Emily #DreamTeam

  2. I love this! My kids would love this - especially the little one. I might do this with them this week as they are off school for half term. Thanks for sharing and for linking up to #AnythingGoes

  3. I love this bunting! I am going to try this out with my boys! #sharingthebloglove

  4. This is so effective! I love it! I hope ours comes out this good. #SunayBest

    1. Good luck and enjoy your crafting! Thanks for stopping by!

  5. Oh what a gorgeous idea - and so much fun to paint with the kids. Fab inspiration as I've been looking to do something crafty with Emma this weekend. Thanks for linking up to #dreamteam x

  6. I'm featuring your Easter Bunting in a post I'm creating on Be sure to check it out soon!

    1. Wow! Thank you! Make sure you drop me an email or tweet when the post goes live! x

  7. I love this idea! We love bunting and this the perfect homemade bunting. My girls would love it. Thank you for joining us at #SharingtheBlogLove

  8. What a beautiful (and achievable!) craft idea! My son is more about painting one sheet all one solid colour, but I think even that would make for some pretty bunting. Thanks for sharing with us at #SharingtheBlogLove