Easter egg garland – The Craft Balloon

A place of decorating for Easter? This homemade Easter egg garland is just the detail.

Are your young ones looking to beautify your property a minor for Easter? Well glance no even further because I have the ideal action for you.

Designed from a free printable template, this Easter egg garland makes a exciting colouring or portray action for Easter time.

Just print the template, adorn the eggs, and then lower out and assemble.

Want to see how we created our Easter egg garland? Then look at out the stage by stage instructions underneath!

What you will need

  • Easter egg garland printable
  • colouring provides (colouring pencils or paint function perfectly)
  • extended piece of wool, ribbon or string

How to make your Easter egg garland, move by stage

Stage 1

Very first, print the Easter egg garland template.

This template has two pages – just one website page has a ‘Happy Easter’ egg on it, and the next web site has two patterned eggs (1 dotty and a single zig-zag).

Easter egg garland printable template (two pages)

For the garland pictured above, we printed off one of the Pleased Easter eggs, and three copies of the patterned eggs.

This gave us seven eggs in overall.

Of class you can print off as many copies of the eggs as you’d like. If you want to make a extensive garland, print plenty!

(If you’re building an Easter garland to enhance a classroom, each and every youngster can enhance an egg and then you can string them collectively to make a good extended garland).

Action 2

Adorn your eggs! Your baby can use regardless of what colouring provides they like in this article.

Two page Easter egg garland template with colouring pencils.

We applied colouring pencils though this is also a good action for paint too.

Coloured-in Easter eggs for garland.

Move 3

Next, lower out each individual egg.

coloured and cut-out Easter eggs for garland.

Stage 4

At the top of each egg, punch two holes using a gap punch.

Easter egg with two holes punched at the top.

Step 5

Thread a piece of wool, string or ribbon through the eggs. House the eggs out evenly alongside the string so that none of the eggs are overlapping.

Thin ribbon threaded through two holes at the top of the egg.

To continue to keep the eggs in spot and to cease them sliding together the string when you hang them, use small pieces of tape to safe the string to the again of every egg.

And with that, your Easter egg garland is completed!

Finished Easter garland hung on wall.

Want to make this dwelling manufactured Easter egg garland with your small children?

You can come across the template in this article:

Hunting for Easter crafts? We have much more!

Have you witnessed our Easter bunny craft, our paper-woven Easter basket, our pop-up chick card or our chick and egg craft?

Alternatively, check out out our Easter Basket paper craft made from a printable prepared-to-go template!