Easter Card Tutorial

April 8, 2014

My daughter has done sterling work creating eight Easter Cards, here’s her tutorial (thanks to Ghost Hill School for the idea!):

Easter Card Tutorial

Fold yellow card in half. Using a shape print shapes round the edge of the card, she used a cotton reel for circular shapes, a mega block would work for square shapes. Leave to dry.



Cut a white paper so it is a little smaller (a cm smaller each side). Using your thumb print 6 circular shapes across the white card. This is the body of each of your chicks. Leave to dry.



Glue white paper onto the yellow card. Using a black pen draw eyes and wings onto each chick.

DSC_0007Using an orange crayon/felt tip draw on to each chick a beak and two legs.

Easter Card TutorialFor good measure a few extra shapes were drawn round the sides in orange. I hope you enjoyed our Easter Card Tutorial.

A perfect activity for the Easter holidays:) Today I am linking up with Tuesday Tutorials,



8 comments so far.

8 responses to “Easter Card Tutorial”

  1. That’s brilliant, I do miss homemade cards now mine is in high school.

  2. This is super cute! Thanks for sharing at #Pintorials 🙂

  3. Knitnrun4sanity says:

    Love it. Must remember for next year….

  4. Sonia says:

    So adorable! We love fingerprint chicks 🙂

  5. This is lovely 🙂 Could be an afternoon activity this week x #MiniCreations

  6. I love handmade cards, they are always so much more than just a card… they do tell a story

  7. Elizabeth says:

    Very cute & simple idea. xx

  8. Debbie says:

    Love this! Completely forgot using cotton reels as stencils- but LOVE all cards that use finger prints (so personal, and such a wonderful memento).
    Definitely one to try!

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