Easter Crafts for Kids | Egg Decorating | Easter CraftsJoanne Roehm
Adorn your Easter dinner table with these unique daffodil place cards created using your baby’s handprints.
- Yellow and orange paint (Skip the kiddie tempera paint and use acrylic craft paint for bolder results and a thicker coat. Just be sure to cover up your painting surface and dress your child in a paint shirt to avoid stains.)
- Colored cardstock
- Cardboard egg carton
- White construction
- Drawing paper
- Cut the bottoms off your egg carton to create the “trumpets” of your daffodils. Help your child paint each one orange or yellow. Set aside to dry.
- Paint your child’s hand using a paintbrush dipped in yellow paint.
- Press child’s hand onto white paper to create handprint image. Re-paint and repeat as needed. Set aside to dry.
- Cut out handprints, and glue an egg carton “trumpet” to the center of each. Allow to dry.
- Cut colored cardstock into squares and fold over to create place card.
- Glue daffodils to place cards, and write guest names on each.
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