Hatch a happy Easter egg!

Here’s all you need to make these enchanting creatures: poster and spray paints, colored paper, cardboard, glue, soda and broom straws, star seals, cinnamon candies, and cotton. And, of course, the eggs.

Hard cook or remove the contents (pierce a hole in each end and blow; wash and dry). Then off you go on a flight of Easter fancy!

Easter bunny crafts from 1965

 

Easter egg artistry can be fun

You can do much more with a dyed Easter egg then eat it or hide it, according to the National Cotton Council.

Now, with the aid of ordinary cotton household items, you can fashion anything from an egg menagerie to a table centerpiece or a wall plaque.


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Source publication: American Home

Source publication date: April 1965

Filed under: 1960s, Easter, Family & parenting, Magazines, School & education

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