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Easter Cutesy Chicks

Easter cute chicks

This is a very easy Easter stamping/painting activity which shifts the focus momentarily away from chocolate. I LOVE those fluffy little chicks that pop up around Easter, and I wanted to try and make a painting that captured that fluffy texture. 

I started with some coloured card, some orange and yellow paint, a small piece of sturdy plastic that will act as a stamper, and a black pen.

Start with a layer of orange lines stamped in the shape of your chick’s head and body. Try to face them roughly in the one direction, or your chick will look a bit windswept. Next add a layer of yellow stamps on top, sticking with the same direction. 

Get hold of your orange paint again and scrape a small beak, and stamp some legs and feet. Don’t worry if they are not perfect, they are very expressive little creatures!

Once dry, draw a beady black eye onto your chick with a pen.

These could make great Easter cards, bunting, puppets, or an addition to that wild Easter bonnet! Chirp Chirp

We have a few other fun EASTER PROJECTS ideas on the blog……… have you seen our Beaut Bunny Baskets or Bunny Masks ideas ?? – both fabulous upcycling low budget projects.

Hoppy Easter!

Tracy x

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