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Chicks are popular motifs for kids and adults alike for spring and Easter craft decorations. Here you will find a selection of crafts with chicks, hens, ducks, geese, birds, etc... using different techniques and for all age levels.

 

 

 

 

 

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Melting Beads Chick

Melting Beads Chick

Isnt the chick so cute? This is a fun project for kids to make as a decoration for spring. No special shape is needed to make it. The pattern is created for a simple square melting bead peg board.

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Spring and Easter Craft - Chenille Chick

Chenille Chick

Chenille is a fun material to work with and kids can craft numerous animals with it. This is an idea for spring and Easter. After your kids are finished creating this soft and cute chick, they can use it as a bookmarker for their favorite story, as a character in a puppet play or even to decorate and cheer up moms green plants.

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Easter Crafts for Kids - Cute Craft Stick Easter Chick

Craft Stick Easter Chick

Another cute and easy Easter project for kids using craft sticks. Chicks are adorable Easter motifs and this idea will be fun for children to create. When the children have completed their chicks, your help as a parent or provider is necessary to complete the chick because the usage of a glue gun and a drill is necessary.

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Easter Craft - Fuzzy the Bad Hair Day Chick

Bad Hair Day Fuzzy Egg Chick

This cute little guy is having a bad hair day but is such a fun and easy craft for children to make for Easter. Minimal materials are required to finish him and within just a few minutes, he is completed.

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Craft Idea for Easter - Decoupage Candle with Easter Chick Motif

Decoupage Easter Candle with Chicks

You can use any motif you like to match your decor and the craft is finished within 15 minutes. Makes a nice gift as well.

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Paper Hen and Chick Decoration

Paper Hen Decoration

The hen is waiting patiently for all of her chicks to hatch! With parental or adult assistance, this is an easy and fun project for school aged children.

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Easter Craft for Kids - Paper Chick Mobile

Chick Paper Mobile

One of the chicks is not quite ready to hatch! The mobile is perfect for decorating a window in the spring. This decoration is easily made, even by smaller children. It requires 2 different sized oval shapes.

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Needle Felted Easter Chick

Needle Felted Standing Chick

This cute little guy has no problem standing on his own with those big feet.

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Easter Craft - Felt Chick Craft

Peek-a-Boo Felt Chick

This chick is making his grand appearance just in time for Easter. This project is easy and finished within 30 minutes.

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Easter Craft - Felt Craft - Felt Hen Flower Pot Sitter

Whimsical Felt Chick Flower Pot Sitter

This funny little guy will bring color to your plants this spring.

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