How to make Easter window decorations

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How to make Easter window decorations

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Project Overview

These window decorations are a great little Easter project for the kids. They're fun and easy to make, and will look great hanging in your kids' bedroom windows. To make them, simply download and follow the instructions in this easy step-by-step guide:

How to make Easter window decorations

Step by Step Instructions

1 Glue Template to Thick Card
2 Cut Out Eggs
3 Cut Out the Windows
4 Cut Your Cellophane
5 Glue Around the Edges
6 Place Cellophane Down
7 Stick the Two Eggs Together
8 Trim the Excess Cellophane
9 Create a Hole
  • Step 1. Glue Template to Thick Card

    Take your egg templates and 
    glue them onto some thick card.
  • Step 2. Cut Out Eggs

    Once the glue has dried, cut out 
    both eggs with scissors.
  • Step 3. Cut Out the Windows

    Then cut out the shapes inside 
    the eggs.
  • Step 4. Cut Your Cellophane

    Next cut your coloured cellophane 
    into shapes large enough to cover 
    the holes in your eggs.
  • Step 5. Glue Around the Edges

    Now take one of your cut out 
    eggs and spread some craft glue 
    around the edges of the holes
  • Step 6. Place Cellophane Down

    Stick the cellophane shapes 
    down over these holes.
  • Step 7. Stick the Two Eggs Together

    Spread some glue on the 
    perimeter of the egg and stick 
    the two egg shapes together.

  • Step 8. Trim the Excess Cellophane

    When dry, take your finished 
    egg and trim the excess 
    cellophane around the edges
  • Step 9. Create a Hole

    Finally, punch a hole in the top 
    of the egg and hang it up in 
    the window with some string 
    or fishing wire. It’s as simple 
    as that.

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