Tin Foil Easter Eggs

Creative Wednesday

I am trying new ways to get my Nanny Kids in an Easter mindframe. This is a super easy way to make some shiny Easter eggs for the kids to hang on a bulletin board.

You Will Need:

Aluminum Foil
Safety Scissors
Sharpie Markers (many colors)

What to Do:

1. Protect the work surface so that the markers don’t stain the table.

2. Fold a sheet of tin foil in half. Cut half an egg shape out of the tin foil. Unfold the tin toil.

3. Allow the kids to decorate the eggs made of tin foil with markers.

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