Adorable Easter Egg Craft – Baby Chick!


Adorable Easter Egg Craft: Baby Chick! - sixtimemommy.comToday my kids are home because it’s an ice day. All buses are cancelled even though we walk, it’s too dangerous to let my kids walk (and I walk with them, not walking on ice while pregnant) so we are taking a craft day!

With Easter weekend 1 day away why not have some fun with it? Making these adorable Chick’s is one way to get us in the Easter spirit! How cute are they?

Adorable Easter Egg Craft: Baby Chick! - sixtimemommy.comI will admit I’m not very crafty, and when I do get the urge to be crafty although it ends up rather cute most times, often it isn’t. So, helping my kids is more my thing. These cute little chicks will be in the center of our table in a basket for our Easter dinner and I cannot wait! How cute are these?

Materials Needed:

  • Cardboard egg
  • Yellow paint
  • Paint brush
  • Orange paper
  • Yellow feathers
  • Googly craft eyes
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue/hot glue gun

Adorable Easter Egg Craft: Baby Chick! - sixtimemommy.comDirections:

  1. Paint your egg with two coats of yellow paint and let dry
  2. Once your egg is dry, hot glue your craft eyes onto the front top of your egg
  3. Cut your orange paper into a small triangle and a small heart
  4. Hot glue your orange triangle under your chick’s eyes
  5. Hot glue one feather to each side of the chick
  6. To finish your chick, hot glue the small heart on for the chick’s feet
  7. Display your cut little chick!

Adorable Easter Egg Craft: Baby Chick! -

Adorable Easter Egg Craft: Baby Chick! -

Adorable Easter Egg Craft: Baby Chick! -

Adorable Easter Egg Craft: Baby Chick! -

Adorable Easter Egg Craft: Baby Chick! - sixtimemommy.comEasy, Adorable and OH-SO-FUN! Can’t you just picture a full little basket of these on the table during Easter dinner? Oh cute.

Hope you have a wonderful Easter with your loved ones! What are your plans?


  1. OMG that is TOO cute. I absolutely love this idea & will totally be making these with the kids on Saturday!

  2. This is such a cute and simple craft. My kids would have loved making these for Easter when they were younger.

  3. My boys are on an arts and crafts kick so I’m sure that they would absolutely love to make these. It would make for a fun and interactive centerpiece as well.

  4. So so cute! The paint actually makes him look like a fluffy little chick.
    We haven’t really done anything to decorate for Easter but then we won’t really be home either.
    Pinning this for later!

  5. This is so cute and so simple! I’ll try to see if my daughter and I can make it this weekend!

    Thanks for sharing! Bookmarking so that if we don’t get to it this year, we can try again next year :)

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