Wood Slice Easter Craft For Kids

Crafts | March 25, 2020


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This wood slice Easter craft for kids of any age is so much fun. It just requires a few supplies and your children will have a great time using their imaginations to create bright and beautiful eggs. These wood slice eggs can be set outside or inside.


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Wood Slice Easter Craft For Kids

I was going through some of my decor the other day, and found these chunky wood slices that I had used as chargers for a tablescape I share about here. I love when things can serve many purposes, and when I came back across them, I thought they would be a fun craft for my children (6-16 years old) to turn into painted wood slice Easter eggs. They had the best time and I loved seeing how each one was unique to them.


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Supplies List for wood slice Easter craft:

  1. Wood slices (you can find mine online here).

  2. Acrylic paint (this is a great set here).

  3. Paintbrushes (you can find some here) + Sponge brushes ( found here).

  4. Pencil if your child wants to first sketch their design out before painting.

  5. Paper towels

  6. Water container (we used mason jars)

  7. Paper plates for paint


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Step One

Paint one side of the wood slice whatever color your child prefers. My girls preferred to have a white background. I used a sponge paintbrush for this step of the painting; it covered it quickly and easily. Then, let dry!


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Step Two

We used paper plates to squeeze our paints onto, and old mason jars for our water holders. Grab some paper towels to so they can dry off their brushes in between color changes. Have them use their imagination to design their Easter eggs! There is no wrong way to do this.


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Step Three

Let the Easter eggs dry and then set them up to bring brightness to your home or outdoor spaces. if you choose to set them outside, make sure you seal them with an outdoor weather protector. I recommend this one.

Aren’t these wood slice Easter eggs so cute?! The girls loved creating these and I am enjoyed how happy they are in our home.


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This week I’m joined by some of my talented blogging friends who are also sharing their Easter projects, decor ideas, and crafts with you. Be sure to see what they are sharing by clinking the links below the images.

Easter Mantel Decor with Free Printable Easter Art at The Happy Housie
Simple Easter Brunch Table at Finding Silver Pennies
Spring Flower Pot Cakes at Satori Design for Living
Dollar Store Wooden Box Centerpiece at Craftberry Bush

Free Easter Activity Booklet for Kids at The DIY Mommy
Wood Slice Easter Craft for Kids at She Gave it a Go
Free Printable Easter Banner at Happy Happy Nester
DIY Easter Egg Salt and Pepper at Life is a Party
Kid Friendly Easter Table at The Tattered Pew

Painted Terra Cotta Pots Centerpiece at Tatertots and Jello
DIY Easter Sign at Lemon Thistle
DIY Easter Carrot Wreath at My Sweet Savannah
5 Ideas for Wooden Easter Eggs at Hallstrom Home

Black & White Easter Vignette and Printable at Taryn Whiteaker Designs
Easter Bunny Peg Dolls at Cassie Bustamante
DIY Spring Artwork at Love Create Celebrate
DIY Authentic Easter Eggs at Zevy Joy
Modern Classic Easter Table at Cherished Bliss


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  1. Kelly Radcliff says:

    Brendt these are just the cutest! My girls would love these. Thanks for the inspiration and happy almost Easter!

    • Brendt Blanks says:

      Oh yay, Kelly! They were a lot of fun to make.

      Thank you for stopping by as always, have a wonderful day dear friend!

      xoxo,
      Brendt

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