Easter Window Decoration

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This project was made in collaboration with Pauls Window Cleaning Sydney.
Fold the cardboard over and cut an Easter egg shape, so you will actually make two exact same eggs that are joined together by a thin spine. Then, create various shapes on the egg, but cutting it using the scissors (or if you can use scalpel its even better). Now its time to separate the two eggs by opening them, just like you would open a book and cut the spine. Leave one of the eggs a side and cut the cellophane into different shapes and sizes and prepare to do some gluing. Apply some glue over the egg and let you kid stick the cellophane the way they want. Dont worry if some of it doesnt fit over the shapes, you will fix that later. When this is done glue the other part of the egg over and press firmly. Finally, trim the excess cellophane and hang the decoration on the window using Blu-Tack.

This project was made in collaboration with Paul's Window Cleaning Sydney.

Fold the cardboard over and cut an Easter egg shape, so you will actually make two exact same eggs that are joined together by a thin spine. Then, create various shapes on the egg, but cutting it using the scissors (or if you can use scalpel it's even better). Now it's time to "separate" the two eggs by opening them, just like you would open a book and cut the spine. Leave one of the eggs a side and cut the cellophane into different shapes and sizes and prepare to do some gluing. Apply some glue over the egg and let you kid stick the cellophane the way they want. Don't worry if some of it doesn't fit over the shapes, you will fix that later. When this is done glue the other part of the egg over and press firmly. Finally, trim the excess cellophane and hang the decoration on the window using Blu-Tack.

Easter is just a couple of weeks away, but you might be getting the vibe of the holiday already. I bet your kids are getting excited too. But instead of sticking with the same Easter decoration like last year, and the year before, and the year before...why not try something new (if you haven't already)? Welcome your guests with some pretty window decoration which is not only really simple to make, but will be great fun doing it with your kids too. All you need is:

  • Thin cardboard (A4 paper can work too)
  • Scissors
  • Different colour cellophane sheets
  • Glue
  • A chopping board
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