have you been wanting to add some little birdies to your Easter decor?
how about the colorful, low maintenance kind?
you can’t deny these little ladies…they just look so cheerful!
here are the rest of her peeps…
these little chicks are so easy to make and+
would be so fun to do with a little helper by your side.
here’s what you need:
plastic Easter eggs
1/2 pipe cleaner curled to make funky hair
wooden clothes pin
orange scrap paper cut into shape of beak
1. hot glue the clothespin to the bottom of your egg. make sure the clothespin is flat (to look like feet).
2. adhere your piper cleaner (hair), googly eyes, and beak with hot glue.
3. add a little paper grass underneath your birdies feet with hot glue.
there she is…
ain’t she a beauty?
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kiki comin says
super cute. love how colorful they are!:)
Kelli Diane says
So cute 🙂
Mrs. H says
Precious! I should make these for Anna Lynn's little friends at daycare!
kelsey bang says
these are so cute and look fun to make!
Kate @ Songs Kate Sang says
Oh, so cute! Thank you for sharing these!
All I can say is "DUDE"
I challenge you to the 2012 Earth Day Craft Challenge!
The Little Flapper says
They surely would bring life to any room! What a cute craft! 🙂
The Mama Monster says
omg! hahaha these are awesome!
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So adorable! I can't wait to make these with my 7-year old. They are right up her alley!
~Kerri, A Pop of Pretty, apopofpretty.com 🙂
So fun! That would make a great school craft.
These are just too cute. Something I just might make. Brought a smile to my face, thank you. Take care.