Easter Egg Suncatchers and Spring Blog Hop!

Spring and Easter Activities for Kids Blog Hop

spring and easter activities for kids

Spring is in the air!  To celebrate, we decided to join in our first ever blog hop with some other wonderful bloggers from the Kid Blogger Network to bring you some Fresh Spring and Easter Activities for Kids!  Last month, the twins enjoyed making our Valentine Suncatchers so much that we decided to make some for Easter, this time using Contact paper and some colorful craft supplies.

Easter Egg Suncatchers from Twodaloo (www.two-daloo.com)

Our Easter egg suncatchers were inspired by these Tissue Paper Stained Glass Hearts from Imagination Tree.  We used the same basic method, but added healthy handfuls of sequins and Easter grass to our collage before cutting out our egg shapes.  You can hop over there for a full tutorial…it was super easy!

Easter Egg Suncatchers from Twodaloo (www.two-daloo.com)

Here is a picture of the project-in-progress from my Instagram feed. I didn’t take any other pictures of the process because I was too busy having fun with the twins!

Easter Egg Suncatchers from Twodaloo (www.two-daloo.com)

After the collage was completed, I cut out simple egg shapes with kitchen scissors.  The Easter grass did interfere with the two sides of the Contact paper adhering together on some of the eggs, so I ran a line of hot glue around those to keep the layers together.

Easter Egg Suncatchers from Twodaloo (www.two-daloo.com)

Here is a closeup of one of the “grassier” eggs.

Easter Egg Suncatchers from Twodaloo (www.two-daloo.com)

Sequins took center stage on this one!

I hung the eggs up during nap time, and when the twins woke up and saw them in the window they were terribly excited.  My daughter kept whispering, “Wow!” under her breath 😉  I love how they are so full of joy and wonder at the simplest of things!

And Now…the Blog Hop!

We’re joining in with these bloggers from the Kid Blogger Network to bring you fresh ideas for Spring and Easter – click on the links below to see what fun activities they are sharing with you today. We also invite you to come and share your own ideas! If you are blogger, please link up your Spring and Easter posts below and join us in celebrating this joyful season.

The Magic of Play, Rainy Day Mum, hands on : as we grow, Putti’s World, Blog Me Mom, Scribble Doodle and Draw, 3 Dinosaurs, Buggy and Buddy, Royal Baloo, Kitchen Counter Chronicle, Nurture Store, The Usual Mayhem, Making Boys Men, Two Daloo, Reading Confetti, Creative Play House, Fantastic Fun and Learning, Here Come the Girls, Blue Bear Wood, Zing Zing Tree, Mummy Mummy Mum, Red Ted Art, Life at the Zoo, My Little 3 and Me, Imprints from Tricia, Smiling Like Sunshine, Frogs & Snails & Puppy Dog Tails, Creative Connection for Kids, 52 Brand New, Inspiration Laboratories, Kid World Citizen, JDaniel 4s Mom, Inspired by Familia, Kids Creative Chaos, All Done Monkey, ArtChoo, Something 2 Offer, Child Central Station, KC Edventures, Momma’s Fun World, Sun Hats and Wellie Boots, Discovering the world through my son’s eyes, Little Artists

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  1. These are so pretty, Stephanie. We’ve never made suncatchers but this has me thinking that we need to do some asap!

  2. Love the stained glass Easter eggs! SO CUTE! I really need to find some cute Passover crafts…there don’t seem to be many, and for some reason I really can’t think of anything that might be cute.

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