With a small ball of wool, a toilet roll (or half a kitchen roll) and some glue, you can have some crafting fun! It's actually almost for all ages, because you just need to wrap some wool around a cardboard roll. Eyelets, a beak and some feathers stick, that is also great for children to do. So nothing stops you from making these Easter chunks too! And what's nice is: If you have some larger M or L eggs, the chicks can also serve as egg holder. Fun and cozy, for the Easter table!
Lubricate the cardboard toilet roll with glue, e.g. an all slime. You can glue it in 2 or 3 stages, so that your fingers do not get under the glue. The beginning piece you tie around the roll (as in the picture) then it never shoots loose while you're wrapping.
To allow the glue to dry for a while, it is convenient to fasten it with clothespins
Stick the eyelets and beak (orange paper) and leave the chick on its back for a while so that the glue can dry
Stick feathers on the inside of the roll. Will your chick stay alone? Or will there be some brothers and sisters?
We love wobbles here! Do you think they're cute?
And look here, this tiniest chick carries a boiled egg and his big brother too. So they are fine egg holders during the Easter days!
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