Yesterday stuck for something to do I thought it would be fun to decorate some Easter eggs with The Toddler. Naturally my first idea was a disaster so I had to quickly think of something else I had around the house. Washi tape! Of course!! I wasn’t sure if he’d fancy it but these washi tape Easter eggs were super popular with him.
To make them we merely got a packet of stylafoam Easter eggs (£1 from The Works if you’re on the hunt for some) and covered them in bits of washi tape. As my son is only three I had to help him tear the washi tape. Apologies for the fact that there aren’t more action shots here but naturally I ended up feeding the baby at the same time. I am pleased to report that you can tear washi tape while holding a bottle under your chin.
The toddler really concentrated hard on this task and took ages over it, ensuring each egg looked how he wanted it to and smoothing down the tape to keep them egg shaped. I also go regular instructions on which colour tape he wanted more of!
We have put his decorated eggs in a bowl in our front room alongside some of the other Easter crafts he has been doing to make a nice little Easter display. He also enjoyed throwing them around the room while I was trying to photograph them but they’re really lightweight so I didn’t mind too much!
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