Make an Easter Chick Card

Make an Easter Chick Card How about making this cute, Easter chick card? It's so simple and quick to make. Follow our instructions and see how easy it is.

You will need:

  • A4 green card
  • A5 yellow card or paper
  • Pink card
  • Orange paper for beak
  • Black felt tip pen
  • Mug to draw around
  • Pencil
  • Glue
  • Scissors

What you do:

  1. Draw a circle on one end of your yellow card by drawing round a mug with a pencil. You may find it easier if you turn your mug upside down. Cut carefully round the circle. This will be your chick's body. Cut carefully around the circle
  2. Draw another circle the same size in the same way on pink card for the egg shell. Fold this circle exactly in half and cut along the fold. Starting at the top corner of the shell cut some zig-zag cuts into the egg shell to look like a broken shell. Be careful to end your zig-zag cuts start and finish at the other top corners. You may prefer to lightly draw light guide lines before you begin cutting. Cut out the egg shell
  3. Fold the rest of the yellow paper into two and draw a wing shape. Cut through both layers together to give you two wings the same size and shape. Remember to make the wing a bit longer than can be seen in the finished chick because it needs to be stuck behind the body. Draw the feathers smaller than the wings but you will only need to cut one out. Cut out the wings and feathers
  4. Make sure you turn the egg shell and chick body over so the pencil lines cannot be seen and glue the shell onto the body taking care to match the edges so the chick fits into the shell. Stick the egg shell onto the chick's body
  5. Carefully glue the wings and feathers to the back of the body. The wings should go at the sides just above the shell and feathers in the centre at the top. Stick the wings and feathers on the chick
  6. Draw two eyes on the chick with a black felt tip pen. Cut out an orange beak and stick it on your chick. Add the eyes and beak to the chick
  7. Write your Easter greeting either near the top or bottom of your Easter card. Spread glue on the back of your chick and glue it in place being careful not to cover your writing. Let the chick dry in place before writing inside your card. Write your Easter greeting and glue the chick onto the card