Learn how to make homemade puffy paint, download the FREE Easter egg template, and let kids decorate an Easter Egg Craft with this FUN and CREATIVE arts & craft activity.
Get ready for Easter with this easy egg craft for kids. We made homemade puffy paint for the first time and now we can’t get enough of it. It is so fun to paint with because not only does it add dimension to our artwork because it’s so PUFFY, you can mix colors into it so it’s BRIGHT and COLORFUL, and even sprinkle it with GLITTER because it adheres to the puffy paint. We used it to make some 3D puffy Easter Eggs, and with our free Egg Template and Puffy Paint Craft Recipe, you can make one too.
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It didn’t have to be that way, but when Little Tiger was trying to keep her artwork safe from her little brother she grabbed her egg and swung it around leaving herself and him in a cloud of freshly sprinkled glitter. It looked like Tinker Bell had just visited :). Thank goodness everything is washable… and most of us in the house don’t mind having glitter on us.
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Puffy Paint Easter Egg Craft for Kids
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Puffy Paint Mix together approximately 2-3 Cups Shaving Cream and 1/4 Cups Craft Glue
Q-tips or paintbrush
Glitter/Shredded paper/Pieces of yarn… (optional)
Free Printable: Egg Template
Mix the puffy paint right before you are about to craft, this way it stays nice and fluffy. Use approximately 2-3 Cups Shaving Cream and 1/4 Cups Craft Glue.
Print out the egg template (feel free to print it out on colorful paper) and cover the egg with puffy your paint mixture then decorate the egg with paint, glitter or other small craft supplies.
Set your artwork out to dry. Ours dried overnight.
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Originally posted 3/25/2015, Updated 3/31/2022