Making an Easter Chick Card

This morning we received a box full of Easter goodies for the children, from my aunt. It was full to the brim of activities, treats and chocolate, so they were delighted! I felt that it called for a nice, personal thank you card, which Boo was more than happy to get involved with (Little Man was napping, so the coast was clear!)

We used:
1 Piece of White Paper
A Splodge of Yellow Paint
1 Paintbrush
1 Googly Eye
A Dab of Glue
1 Orange Felt Tip
1 Foot!

We started by folding the piece of paper in half, and then popping the yellow paint onto a paper plate. I prepared the area by grabbing a bit of scrap cardboard and wipes ready to have the painted wet foot after it had done it’s job!

Easter Chick Card 1

She then popped her foot in the yellow paint and stood on the paper, so that we had this…

easter Chick Card 2

Boo then added a few lines to the chick’s back for wings..

Easter Chick Card 3

We then left it to dry for an hour or so, and then glued on a googly eye and added legs and a beak…

Easter Chick Card Completed

And there we have it! Hope my aunt likes it 🙂

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45 thoughts on “Making an Easter Chick Card”

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    Ahhh Jocelyn this is brilliant. I love it. You are so creative to use a foot! 😉 What a great mini creation. Happy Easter to you and your family. #minicreations

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    Grace says – What an awesome idea and loving the messy play part. Lucas would’ve been a nightmare with that one!!!
    The Mothers say – We are loving this and we like the idea of a ‘thank you’ card. Such lovely manners xx
    Thanks for linking up to #minicreations

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