Easter card: how to make a cute with kids

Knowing how to make one Easter card it is not a new theme on the site. We love making art and of course there could be something missing for the Easter. You can check out our previous ideas in the post 3 Easter cards to make with children. There are three great ideas, all with video tutorials. The favorite one is this one:

Today I want to present another fun idea.

How to make an Easter card using confetti (or shredded paper)

I had a little confetti left over from Carnival at home and I didn’t know what to do with it. Hence the idea of ​​doing a collage activity that could have some use besides the fun itself. Thus was born the idea of ​​making an Easter card out of confetti.

To make this art you will need:
. Cardboard or paper 120gr
. Confetti (or shredded paper you can make with used magazines)
. pencil
. scissors
. Glue

The first step is to fold the paper in half and cut it into an oval shape, like an egg.

Then give the glue and confetti to the child and let him create the will. Gabi did this activity when she was 4 and loved it!

When the child is satisfied with the result, let it dry well, shake the sheet to remove the excess confetti that was not fixed in the glue and your art is ready. Look at the two beautiful cards that Gabi made!

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