This Fork Stamped Chick Craft is really easy and fun to make!
If you’re looking for an easy Spring or Easter craft, this craft is for you! Quick to prep, requires minimal materials and the process is super fun! Kids will love this craft, give it a try!
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- White cardstock
- Fork (plastic or metal)
- Yellow washable kids paint
- Hot glue gun
- Googly eyes
- Orange felt
- Permanent marker
- Paper plate
- Craft scissors
- Place a little bit of yellow washable kids paint onto a paper plate.
- Using the paintbrush, paint the underside of the fork to get a nice coat of yellow paint and then stamp and roll onto the white cardstock. Repeat the process to get a nice, feathery chick body.
- After you have stamped your chicks body, using a piece of old felt or rag, dab the center of the body to blend in the fork marks. This will give the chick a nicer, cleaner face to add the beak and googly eyes. Let dry a bit.
- Next, cut out a small beak out of the orange felt and hot glue the beak and googly eyes to the chick. *Hot glue gun should be used by adults only*
- Lastly, add the legs for the chick using permanent marker. Let dry completely.
How cute did this chick come out! Will you try this activity? let me know in the comments if your child liked this craft!
What is my child learning?
I love to occasionally include the learning aspects for the crafts and activities we do, because even during crafts kids are learning!
- Fine motor skills (holding the fork, the process of stamping and rolling the fork to create the marks )
- Being careful and diligent
- Following instructions (crafts with easy to follow instructions are perfect for younger children)
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