Easter Egg Paper Craft

If you are looking for a fun and simple Easter craft, this Easter Egg Paper craft is the perfect project for toddlers and preschoolers.

Easter Egg Paper Craft

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Sometimes it can be difficult to find craft projects that are simple enough for small children to do. We had a blast doing Easter Egg Bunnys with my older kids, but we needed something easy-peasy for our little ones. That is why I love this Easter Egg Paper Craft.

It is simple and easy and even if the pieces aren’t cut perfectly straight it still turns out great. I love that it is totally customizable. 

Once you have the Easter egg template you can use it to have the kids add layers of paper, paint it or even color it in. The possibilities are really endless with this Easter Egg Template that you can download. 

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Supplies to make an egg, blue pencil, yellow glue stick, blue handled scissors and colored construction papers
  1. Colored paper or cardstock
  2. Craft glue
  3. Pencil
  4. Scissors
  5. Template (download below)


Step 1

cut out pieces of egg craft

Select any piece of colored paper for the egg shape and select different bright colored papers for the shapes to decorate the egg with. Trace and cut out the egg and other shape patterns.  

Step 2

cut out pieces of craft

The shape cutouts for egg decoration might be longer than the egg’s width but don’t worry about that part, we can always trim extra sides. Start to attach the colorful paper shapes on the egg base cutout from either the top or bottom side. 

Step 3

white egg with different colors of stripes and zigzags

Mix and match different shapes, for example, I added a zigzag pattern between 2 straight lines. 

Step 4

white egg on pink paper background with multi colored patterns

Continue to add the paper cutouts until the whole egg pattern is filled. 

Step 5

completed easter egg craft

When you are done decorating the egg base cutout, you can use scissors to trim the extra sides of the attached decorative papers and align them with the egg base layout. 

Step 6

Try out different colored paper for the egg shape and use more different shape cutouts to decorate the paper eggs. 

Tips and Tricks

  • This is a fun project to let the kids get creative! Get out of the glitter, the paint and let them go to town decorating their egg exactly how they like. 
  • Create a fun collection of Easter eggs! You can make several copies of the template different sizes and create an entire egg collection. 
  • Don’t forget to display their art! Kids love seeing their art hanging on the walls!

More Fun Ideas

While eggs definitely symbolize Easter to me it also means spring is here! It is the sign that new life is on its way! It is the perfect time to talk with your toddlers about new life and the different types of animals that are born in eggs. 

Once you talk about it, go for a walk around the neighborhood to look for new life. This might be animals or even plants or flowers. 

If you are looking for a fun sensory activity grab some kinetic sand and some empty easter eggs and let your kids play in the sand and fill the eggs. They will love the feeling of the sand as they play. 

Another great idea is to grab a big box of sidewalk chalk and create on the sidewalk or driveway. See who can draw the biggest egg and the smallest egg. Then practice rainbow writing the word egg with the different colors. 

Don’t forget to read this Spring! Grab a blanket and lay on the grass and read! A fun springtime book is Little Blue Truck’s Springtime. Llama Llama Hoppity-Hop is another book to get your kids excited about spring!

How Do I Access My Free Template?

Fill in the form above. You will receive an email in your inbox. If you don’t see it check your spam folder! You will then click to confirm your subscription. Once confirmed you will be taken to Airtable (a different website) where all our free templates will be waiting for you! It is free to sign up for Air Table!

How Do I Print A PDF?

You’ll need a program that supports PDFs. Adobe Acrobat is a great option. Open the program, click file then print. Select your printer and the number of copies you want to print. Be sure you click double-sided if you want it to print on both sides. 

Can I Resell These?

You may not resell any printable or template that you find on our website or in our resource library. You may use them for class parties, at church, at home, or in the classroom. You may get these printed at an office supply store or copy center at your own expense.

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