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Mar 1, 2013 at 5:10PM
One Little Project
SO adorable! Arrange this cheeky chick cutlery in a vase on your holiday buffet or have the kids use them as puppets to perform an all-fowl Easter production.
Blogger behind the idea: One Little Project
Best for kids ages: 3 and up
What you’ll need: wooden spoons, yellow paint, paint brush, googly eyes, glue, orange construction paper, scissors, craft feathers (optional)
How to make it: Paint the spoons yellow and allow to dry completely. Cut a tiny triangle for a beak from the orange paper. Glue on the beak, googly eyes and feathers, if desired.
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