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Holiday trees aren't eggs-actly just for Christmas anymore! Celebrating spring and Easter with an egg tree is a natural when you have creative kids.
Roll Crayola® Model Magic® into egg shapes. Creatively decorate with other colors of Model Magic and/or with Crayola Washable Markers.
Partially unbend paper clips. Poke the point in the ends of the damp Model Magic eggs for hanging. Dry.
With an adult to accompany you outdoors, find a broken tree branch. Anchor the branch in a container such as a vase or recycled coffee can filled with stones. Wash hands thoroughly.
Decorate the container if you like. Hang eggs on your tree for display.
Let's make something!
Decorate for the festive celebration of Chanukah with these delightful, Dancing Dreidels placemats and napkin holders.
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Your house will be clucking with laughter as kids hippetty-hop to find these hand-crafted eggs. This art activity is a g
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