Today, less is more. Little made these two Easter cards to give to her best friends at pre-school. They are a very simple design but I think they’re prefect Easter cards for a little one to make, almost by themselves. You can just draw the basic outline and then let them take charge and make a unique card. So easy, you could make them this weekend to send to grandparents in time for the Easter holiday.
Easter bunny and spring lamb card
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To make a Spring Lamb card you need: card, pencil, glue, white wool
Fold your card in half and draw the outline of a sheep’s body and head.
How many legs does a lamb have? Count them as your child draws them.
Cover the sheep’s body with glue.
Does your child know where wool comes from? Stick some on your sheep.
A lovely woolly lamb. And why not sing Baa, Baa, White Sheep while you’re at it!
To make a bunny rabbit card you need: card, pencils, glue and a ball of cotton wool.
I drew the outline and Little did the rest. I love the wibbly mouth!