Easter craft idea | How About Orange

March 17, 2010

Easter craft idea

These happy spring papercraft characters look like a fun project to do with the kiddies. (Well, I have no kiddies, so I don't know how old you have to be to make these. I think an advanced 18-month-old could probably pull it off.) Templates and instructions are available for $4 from Mibo right here.

29 comments:

Andrea said...

thanks,
andrea

Sara said...

Well, if my 10 yr old drama queen is any guage, I'd say 11+! I got her to try out the olympic mascot paper dolls and it ended in much frustration and many tears...and scotch tape!

Lila said...

Those are darling! My daughter loves crafts!
Lila Ferraro
Queen Bedroom Sets

Shari @ little blue deer said...

LOVE the rooster! Too cute!

Grandma G said...

I like the hatching chick in the middle there. I JUST saw some real baby chicks in town. Sooooo cute! "Peep, peep, peep...." :)

Grandma G said...

P.S. My shopping cart sounded like baby chicks, too. :(

Tashie said...

Such a cute idea. I these. xxx

l.a.r.k. said...

Oh, these are just sooo cute! :)

Emily said...

Those are super cute!! Who needs kids for cute projects like this I am still a kid at heart really ;)

kimberj said...

These are the cutest & most mid cent Easter decs I've seen. I'll give them a try this week.

concretenprimroses said...

they are very fun. I like the squarish ness of them
Kathy

mo said...

Those are the cutest!!

Marie Dewar said...

I don't have kids either, but I still make time for craft nights with my older sister (at age 22 and 25!) It's always such a blast, these look right up our alley!

M. said...

Well, I have a pile of kids, and I'll say from experience that 18 month olds are lucky to get a spoon in their mouths w/o missing! Forget cutting, gluing, lining up edges, etc. Even 5 might be tough - I'd think 6 on, maybe.

But I will tell you that 18 month old is going to love playing with for sure! These are super cute, thanks for the link!

Jess said...

Okay. I'll post an embroidery project for the 18-month-olds, then. Wood burning might be good, too.

Deborah Boschert said...

How about carving with chain saws? I think I saw that on my second grader's list of things to do.

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Tiff said...

Oh MY those are so stink'n cute! Thanks for the link!

jenny said...

Hi! Your blog is fantastic, so much inspiration! I have totally "snowed into" (as we say in swedish) cut and fold papercraft. Love your links.
Have a great day!

Bek said...

ack! So stinkin' cute!

Christy said...

very cute!!

JT said...

Love, love, love these. So spring. So cute.

Thanks for sharing!

Liz @ LivingMySweetLife said...
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Amanda said...

Ordered these and made some for the women's retreat at church. Thanks for the idea, Jess.

Amber said...

Ha! Too cute! The paper adds great character, too!

Lady Aga said...

Cute:) I'd say 5 years minimum:D

Anonymous said...

Cute! (The 18-month thing was a joke, right? Right?)

Jess said...

Absolutely. Although not everyone realized that, I think. :)

Lalipourie said...

oh wow this is too adorable! I love Easter!

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