Our recycled cardboard Easter egg art activities were so popular that I wanted to create these printable Easter egg coloring pages and window designs for you! With many of us being stuck at home right now a popular idea has been spreading through Facebook that these Easter egg printables are perfect for!
Since we’re trying to spend some time outdoors but within walking distance of home, we’ve started to walk through the neighborhood and look for window decorations! Different memes I’ve seen feature different designs but ANY design works for us! I’ll be making a series of black and white coloring pages as well as colorful printable window designs that you can change up and hang in your windows for kids walking by to enjoy!
PLUS I’ll be adding blank copies so that your kids can craft with some! Add tissue paper to them like our Easter suncatchers, use watercolor paints, or just use markers or crayons! You could even drop a few drops of food coloring onto a pan of shaving cream, swirl, then lay the printed Easter egg flat down on top of it and let it dry for a marble art effect.
Ideas to do with these colorful printable Easter eggs:
Print and hide around the house for a scavenger hunt.
Laminate and write upper case and lower case numbers to match.
Laminate and write numbers on them then count out toy cars, pom poms, craft sticks, etc. to match.
Use mod podge and glue onto eggs, cardboard boxes, paper mache, and other crafts.
String a hole through each one to create an Easter banner.
PRINT HERE: Color Easter Egg Printable Window Designs PDF
Craft time with black and white Easter egg printables! I’ve included blank Easter eggs as well as Easter eggs with various shapes – all black and white of course! From dots and spots to squiggly lines – these are perfect for letting your kids decorate and hang up in your windows! Glue just the left side of the egg down onto another piece of white paper and turn it into a greeting card!
More ideas to do with these colorful printable Easter eggs:
Sand art! Glue + colored sand or salt!
Add tissue paper & glue to them like our Easter suncatchers.
Use watercolor paints or just use markers or crayons!
Drop a few drops of food coloring onto a pan of shaving cream, swirl, then lay the printed Easter egg flat down on top of it and let it dry for a marble art effect.
Practice those scissor skills! Let kids cut out their own Easter egg designs!
PRINT HERE: Black and White Easter Egg Coloring Pages PDF
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