Thursday, March 14, 2013

Easy Kids Craft - Easter Scratch Art

Looking for an easy craft for the kids to celebrate Easter?  Presenting our Easter Scratch Art !
Easy Kids Craft - Easter Scratch Art
 To make your own Easter scratch art, you will need: 
  • Scratch Art Paper
  • Egg-shaped cookie cutter and other Easter cookie cutter you have 
  • wood stylus or wooden dowel, tooth pick, back of a paint brush
  • scissors, doilies, glue and dot markers (optional, but totally cute).
Easy Kids Craft Easter Scratch Art
 Invite your child over for some Scratch Art fun. Putti had loved the Valentine Scratch Hearts and her eyes sparkled when she saw these. She first traced around the cookie cutters and then decorated by scratching with the wood stylus however she liked. Scratching the paper reveals lots of lovely colours underneath.
Easter Kids Craft Scratch Art
Here are the two cards she made. Btw, that is 'I Love Jesus' - her J is a mirror image lol.
Easter Scratch Art Kids craft
 After making a couple of these, I traced the outline of the egg-shaped cookie cutter on the back side of a sheet of Scratch Art paper and cut out the shapes. She then got to decorate some Easter Eggs!
Kids Craft Easter Scratch Art
She loved having the freedom to decorate her Easter Eggs however she wished.
Easy Kids Craft - Easter Scratch Art
And I couldn't resist making a few of my own along with her!
Easter Scratch Art Craft Kids
I glued these to Egg shaped doily that I had and I think they look lovely.
Putti wanted to color the doily and she used dot markers to colors these. These make lovely decorations or can be handed over as cards, just write the message on the back of these scratch paper.
Easy Kids Craft - Easter Scratch Art
What other Kids Craft are you making for Easter? Share a link in comments.
Have you tried Scratch Art?

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you can make homemade scratch art paper with crayons or oil pastels.

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They turned out so beautifully! And how clever to use cookie cutters to get the shapes!

Thanks for linking up to TGIF! Hope to see you linked up again later today! Have a great weekend,
Beth =-)

thats a great idea, i love scratch art it is always so pretty

Just popping by to let you know I featured this on The Sunday Showcase

Yes! we have tried that too, but unfortunately those are not as bright as the store bought ones :)

@In Lieu of Preschool,
Thanks for the feature, off to check out other posts!

Thank you Beth, The Monko and Rebecca! It was a fun activity :)

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