Easter Crafts for Toddlers ~ Paper Plate Chick
We love making simple Easter crafts for toddlers, especially with paper plates. Instead of creating a traditional paper plate chick, this time the girls wanted to make a princess chick. They couldn’t resist adding a little bling. With the addition of a little glitter, a few jewels and a crown, they created an adorable Princess Easter Chick.
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- Paper Plate ~ ours were actually left over from a Thomas the Train birthday party.
- Yellow Tempera Paint
- White, Orange and Yellow Paper
- White Glue
The girls added glitter to the wings for a little extra sparkle. We have found that watering down White Glue with water (50/50) works great for adhering glitter.
The eyes were simple circles punched from white paper and dotted with a sharpie. Large googly eyes would look great too.
Since the goal was to make a princess chick…a crown was totally necessary. The girls found a sheet of scrapbooking paper that had a embossed crown, and cut it out. Next came the jewels. I love the little “bracelets” they added to the chicks wings. Adorable.