TISSUE PAPER EASTER EGGS
Grades: all | Age: all | Written by: Jo Ellen Hovis
[Jo Ellen teaches students with severe physical limitations in Sharpsville, Pa. ]
Students can decorate Easter Eggs using tissue paper.
What You Need:
What You Do:
- hard boiled eggs or eggs that have been blow out. See instructions here.
- colored tissue paper (make sure it is bleeding tissue paper)
- Dip tissue paper squares in water and lay on the egg. Let dry and remove the tissue. Colors will remain.
- OR wrap the egg in tissue paper and then apply water by paint brush. Let dry and remove the tissue.
- Glue tissue paper squares onto the egg. Let dry.
- Tear tissue paper into small pieces and place in bowl.
- Place a wet hardboiled (or blown out) egg into the bowl, rolling it until the egg has picked up the bits of paper.
- Allow the wet paper to stay on the egg for a few minutes.
- Remove wet paper and see the light pastel colors.
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