Open the card egg and paint one half with light blue finger paint. Let dry.
Mix yellow and white finger paint together, to make light yellow.
Cover the childs palm with the light yellow paint and make a handprint on the middle of the egg. Brush the handprint with glue and sprinkle with glitter.
Paint green blades of grass around the handprint and sprinkle with glitter.
Cut and fold legs and a beak out of pipe cleaner. Glue them onto the egg, along with a wiggly eye, transforming the handprint into an Easter chick.
Attach a piece of embroidery yarn to the egg and hang it up.
Gather up the little ones and craft this silly Easter chick! Paint the outside of half of a card egg - finger-painting is fine, if holding a brush is hard. Then paint the child's palm and make a classic handprint - a favourite for anyone who enjoys getting messy with paint! Finally, transform the handprint into an adorable chick using pipe cleaner, glitter and eyes.