Get your toddler involved in making the Easter table centrepiece? Yes! momstown's littlest crafters helped create this centrepiece-worthy creation.
What you need:
- Plastic easter eggs
- Empty toilet rolls
- Markers, paint, stickers
- Easter grass
- Shallow container (bowl, upside-down tin lid)
First, cut the toilet rolls in three so you have them the right size to hold an egg.
Then, have your child paint each one - try some fun Easter colours like purple, yellow, and pink! You could also use markers to colour them if you prefer.
Let the paint dry on the rolls.
These rolls could also be used in your egg-decorating projects as egg-drying holders!
If you have some Easter stickers, add them to the rolls, and place plastic eggs (or real ones) in them.
Arrange in a bed of Easter grass in a shallow container, and you've got a gorgeous centrepiece!
If you want to use real dyed eggs, here are some ways to decorate them.