We love making our own cards at Easter, and this DIY Easter egg card is one of our favourites. If it seems complicated, don’t be put off – it’s less fiddly than it looks. All you need to do is create an egg-shaped hole in the front of the card, and glue wrapping paper behind it. Easter card, sorted!
- Patterned paper (like wrapping paper)
- A piece of coloured card
- A pencil
Easter egg card tutorial
1. Help your child to fold the piece of card in half and position it with the opening to your right.
2. Draw an Easter egg outline on the front of the card. Fold it slightly to make a snip in the middle of the egg, so your child can cut out the shape without damaging the front of the card.
3. Cut a piece of wrapping paper. Ask your child to add glue inside the card (on the left side only) and then stick on the wrapping paper so it’s facing out, through the egg.
We hope you had fun learning how to make this DIY Easter egg card! For more Easter craft ideas, have a go at making this cute rabbit Easter bonnet.