Easter Egg Chicks

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Easter Egg Chicks
Total Time 1 hour Ages all-ages

In this particular case, the age-old question is settled: The egg definitely came first, but the chicken came in a close second.

What you'll need

  • Air-drying clay
  • White glue
  • Blown eggs
  • Tempera paint and brushes

How to make it

  1. Shape the clay into a beak, comb and feet.

  2. Rub a dab of white glue onto the clay parts and press them into place on the egg (otherwise, the clay shrinks and detaches as it dries). Hold for 1 minute until the glue starts to dry, then set the egg with attached clay aside to dry completely.

  3. Finish the chick by painting on eyes, wings and feathers.

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