A bowl of water
Egg holder or an empty egg carton
To get your beautifully decorated and painted Easter eggs all you have to do is boil the eggs first and let them cool down. Once they have cooled down you can cut a sponge into different pieces and splash out the colors on a paper plate used as a palette. Dip the sponge in the colors and dab it to the towel to remove the excess paint and apply the paint enamored sponge on the egg as randomly as you can to create any design or pattern as you please. In order to retain some white spots on the egg you can either make sure to paint the egg in such a manner as to leave some white spots or you can dab some white paint on the egg for the patchy impact. Take your own time to paint the eggs and let one side dry up and then paint the other side. Keep the eggs either in an egg holder or in a basket or bowl with Easter grass and arrange the eggs in it.
For gleeful bunny spoons you need
2 wooden ice cream spoons
Styrofoam tray to work on
White poster paint
2 wiggle eyes
Small pink pom-pom
Thin pink ribbon
Take both the ice cream spoons and glue their ends at such an angle to be able to form a V shape of the bunny's ears while the front portion of the spoon forms the head. Blend glue with white paint on the ratio of 1:2 and paint the bunny in white and sprinkle clear glitter on the paint. Glue the wiggle eyes and the small pom-pom nose to form the face of the bunny and attach the bow below the ears of the bunny. Attach the safety pin to the bunny's back and use masking tape to hold the pin as the glue dries up. Hope this Easter your kid enjoys the merriment with these Easter craft decorations.