DIY with dad: top 5 easter egg designs
Here’s some inspiration for Easter craft projects with the kids – depending on what you’re into and what resources you’ve got at home you can pick a project from the following:
The ultimate Easter Gadget I guess … the “Egg-Bot Kit” by Evil Mad Scientists – prints illustrations and patterns on eggs (other other spherical objects). Getting one of those will set you back $195 … but hey what price tag can you put on being the coolest parent on the block.
Make your own LEGO egg – get some felt floor scratch protection pads (usually used on chairs / tables to protect wooden floors) and stick on your egg. Afterwards paint over in typical LEGO colors (yellow, red, blue, etc).
Even if you don’t have an airbrush set at home you can create similar effects using an old toothbrush and a fine mesh sieve (dip the toothbrush in paint and rub over the fine mesh of a sieve. Use templates and stencils to create shapes. This is an awesome crafts projects that you can do with children aged 2 and up.
Pretty simple but impact full … use rubber bands and different colored string / thread to wrap around your egg.