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Toilet Paper Tube Chicks

Toilet Paper Tube Chicks

March 27, 2012 Sarah Coggins
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Yesterday morning, my son & I needed an activity so I searched Pinterest for an Easter project and came across Toilet Tube Easter Chicks at Happy Hooligans blog. Perfect. An easy project and I had everything we needed on hand.

Toilet Paper Tube Chicks


Toilet Tube Chicks: Supplies
We started by painting our tubes. He was really into this at first. Then painting the tray of his highchair became more fun so I had to help him finish the tube!

Toilet Tube Chicks: Paint

Next, I had him point to where he wanted his eyes and beak. We went one at a time and with each I put a dot of glue, then he placed each piece.

Toilet Tube Chicks: Glue on Eyes

Finally, he decided to skip gluing tissue paper to the sides, and instead stuck it out each end! I love that he made this project into his own. 🙂

Toilet Tube Chicks: Completed Project

And, I’m glad I had the camera ready to snap off a couple of quick photos because moments later he tore it apart. Then we had a new activity as he experimented with the pieces himself along with a glue stick I gave him. Part of the fun of crafting with a toddler – you never know entirely where you will end up!

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