Are you looking for a craft to do with your kids this Easter? Why not try something different? You’ll come up with some pretty creative designs with this one, Mosaic Eggshells.

Mosaic Eggshell Craft

Items needed: leftover colored Easter eggshells, cardstock or construction paper of the color your child wishes, crayons or markers and white glue.

Directions: First, draw a simple shape on the colored cardstock or construction paper such as a large egg or flower. If you’re not good at drawing freehand, trace a design using an Easter cookie cutter or stencil. If the eggshells aren’t broken up yet, have your children break them up now. Next, spread a think coat of glue inside the shape area and help your children sprinkle bits of the broken eggshells onto the glue. Time to allow the mosaic to dry. After the drying process is complete, hang them on your wall, fridge or help your children make them into Easter cards for family and friends.

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