Spring has sprung where I live and I love it. In fact, while I am writing this post I can hear the frogs croaking in the marsh behind my house-a sure fire sign that spring is here and it makes me so happy! So I am ready to kick off spring with a fun and sweet Easter project. This is quick and simple. Took me under 30 minutes to make all three of these Easter Candy Jars. It’s something kids could do and love too!
And they sparkle! (I love things that sparkle!)
And I love polkadots! So fun!
Easy Easter Candy Jars:
- Small jars (any size or kind will do-mine are from the craft store)
- Paint Brush
- Fine Glitter
- Craft foam or construction paper in pink, white and orange
- Pom Poms
- Googley Eyes
- Hot Glue
Paint a thin layer of decoupage all over your jar. Sprinkle glitter on it and shake off excess.
Set aside and allow to dry.
To make the polkadot jar-use a round sponge brush if you have one or just paint circles with your decoupage and then glitter each dot individually.
Cut ears from your white and pink craft foam and hot glue them to the lid of your bunny jar.
Hot glue a pink pom pom for a tail.
To make the face glue on googley eyes and a pom pom nose and then cut whiskers and glue them in place as well:
For the chick cut some little feet and glue them to the bottom of the jar and a little triangle beak and eyes for the face.
Fill them with candy and give them to a friend!
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