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Easy Easter egg sun catcher tutorial

My daughter loves her sun catchers so I set up a simple invitation to play; a fun Easter craft to make an extra large Easter egg sun catcher.

Easter Egg Sun Catcher tutorial

Materials needed to make an Easter egg sun catcher:
White card
Cellophane squares
Contact paper

DIY Easter egg sun catcherHow to make an Easter egg sun catcher:

I drew a large egg shape on a piece of A4 card and covered one side with a sheet of contact paper.

DIY Easter egg sun catcherShe filled the egg with squares of coloured cellophane. She was very methodical when she did this, starting on one side and making sure there were no gaps.

DIY Easter egg sun catcherWhen she had finished I covered the other side with more contact paper to seal the sun catcher. I then cut round the egg so you could see the shape.

DIY Easter egg sun catcherHer Easter egg sun catcher is up (with all the others) and we’ve actually been enjoying some lovely Spring sunshine over the last few days. Have you started your Easter crafting yet?

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    Let kids be kids
    March 10, 2015 at 2:46 pm

    What a pretty easter craft to hang up and it looks fun to make too.
    Thanks for sharing #LetKidsBeKids

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    Angela
    March 12, 2015 at 1:41 pm

    My kids are really into gluing little pieces of paper together. They’d love this!

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