This is the second year I am part of the Bostik bloggers, its really fun to receive themed craft boxes and create kids crafts with my niece little M.The box this month is themed Easter, it may sound like its too early for Easter craft but I am posting this post in time so that you have plenty of time to get the required equipment to create your own treat baskets in time for Easter.
On this blustery sunday afternoon little M arrived wrapped in her hat and scarf. She was really excited to get crafting so after a glass of warm turmeric milk as she was full of cold, I let her look through the box. She really enjoyed decorating the cut out bunny and the polystyrene Easter eggs.
Little M and I also made some 3 d chocolate Easter bunnies and Easter eggs using a silicon mould and some milk chocolate.
While the 3d chocolate bunnies and Easter eggs were setting in the fridge we made a lovely Easter treat basket that we filled with Easter Easter Chicks, chocolate bunnies and chocolate Easter Eggs for her to take home.
To make the Easter Treats Basket you will need:
2 sheets of printed paper 6 x 6 inches
1 piece ribbon 10 inched long
Shredded tisue paper/straw
Chocolate Easter eggs and bunnies
To see how to make the Easter Treats Basket please watch the video below.
Little M was really excited to take home her 3 d chocolate treats and the lovely Easter treats basket we made. These activities do require adult supervision but they are simple to make and keeps kids entertained whilst making some lovely homemade gifts which are a pleasure to receive.
Being part of the Bostik 2017 bloggers with Tots100 and Merrily Crafts, I was sent some craft items in a box to create this project.