This is a really fun process art activity for Easter! Kids can design their own Easter eggs on bubble wrap and use it to make Easter prints. Make cards, table covers or wrapping paper with this fun art activity!
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Bubble Wrap Painted Easter Eggs
This process art activity makes the prettiest textured Easter eggs! These would look great turned into cards or printed on a canvas too.
Kids will love painting the bubble wrap and this is a fun way to reuse a recycled material too!
If you love recycled crafts, see my recycled crafts for kids books!
Supplies to Make a Bubble Wrap Painted Easter Egg
– Black cardstock (or you can use black construction paper)
– Bubble wrap
– Printable Easter egg template – you can get the template at the bottom of the post
Save bubble wrap from delivery packages! You only need a small piece for this craft.
Watch the Video Tutorial!
How to Make a Bubble Wrap Painted Easter Egg
1. Print off the Easter egg template (or you can draw your own).
You can get the template at the bottom of the post.
2. Get a piece of bubble wrap that will fit the template.
3. Use the template to cut out an Easter egg shape from the bubble wrap.
4. Paint your bubble wrap!
Kids can do all sorts of Easter designs. Stripes, diagonals, zigzags or a combination.
We did a color at the top and bottom.
Then painted the zigzag in the middle of the egg.
Finally, painted around the zigzag.
5. Carefully flip over your egg and place on black cardstock.
You can also use white cardstock but we found the colors pop more on the black.
6. Press down firmly to transfer the paint. Then carefully remove the bubble wrap.
You can repaint the template and do it again! Or wash it off, let it dry and try a different design.
These turn out to have such a fun texture to them!
Save the bubble wrap and try another design like a bunny or chick!