Mermaids` Makings

Octonauts Easter Eggs

We kicked off this Easter season with some decorated Easter Eggs.

Octonauts AGAIN :)

No surprise there!

The Gup A is made from an egg carton.. perfect for holding the eggs. My little one painted her favourite, Kwazii (The Pirate Cat) along with Captain Barnacles. I painted Shellington and Peso. The hats and collars are made of craft foam.

We had a picture from our Octonaut`s magazine of Peso, Barnacles and Kwazii looking out of the window.. the other side was empty and Lil Mermaid drew a picture of herself on there along with her favourite Kwazii.

She got this egg cup from an Easter Bunny last year.. now it is coming in very handy for painting eggs!

Lapse koolis korraldatakse igal aastal pühademunade kaunistamise võistlus. (Osavõtt on tasuline ja tulu läheb kooli jaoks).  Nii ka nüüd. Aga sel aastal on eraldi hindamine vanemate ja laste laste puhul. Mõtlesime siis lapsega teha mõned Octonaudid. Ei, me pole veel ikka Oktonautide hullusest üle saanud :D

Munade kaunistamine oli lihtne- värvisime munad ära ja peale kuivamist joonistasime näod ning liimipüstoliga kinnitasime craft foam- ist väljalõigatud mütsi ja krae. Munatops on ideaalne hoidmaks värvitavat muna! Selle oranzi topsi tõi Easter Bunny lapsele eelmisel aastal. Arvata on, et seekord tassib jänes kohale ühe piraadikassi :)


Linking to: “Kids Get Crafty!”, “It`s Playtime!

4 comments on “Octonauts Easter Eggs

  1. Kwazii Cat
    April 11, 2012

    These are really good. Too late I’ve only just seen this post. My son would have loved doing this!

  2. maggy, red ted art
    March 28, 2012

    Oooooh Octonauts! What a GREAT idea!! Love them.

    Thanks for sharing on Kids Get Crafty!

    Maggy & Alissa

  3. ritsik
    March 26, 2012

    huvitav, et meile pole Octonaudid veel jõudnud. munad on lahedad!

    • mermaid
      March 28, 2012

      Vbl ei jõuagi.. ega Peppa Pig- i ka seal vist pole?

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