Time to make the cutest creature in the galaxy a little more festive. Make your own little clan of pastel porgs to decorate for Easter! They’re easy to craft and the cutest thing you’ll see all spring.
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For more Disney magic, try this Winnie the Pooh Beehive Birdhouse:
What You’ll Need
- Large white eggs
- Safety pin
- White and yellow paper
- Glue stick
- Black felt tip pen
- Pink, purple, teal, yellow, and orange markers and lighter shades of each
How To Make It
- Hollow the eggs by using a safety pin to poke a hole at the top and a slightly larger one at the bottom. Blow into the egg from the top until all the contents have come out the bottom. (Best to do this part over a sink or into a large bowl!)
- Rinse the eggs if needed, then place onto a paper towel to allow any extra contents or water to come out the bottom.
- As the eggs are drying, cut long thin strips of white paper, and little yellow porg feet from yellow paper. You can use an egg to measure how long the white paper should be for the base.
- Glue the feet onto the white paper bases. Then glue the ends together, using an egg for the right size.
- Use the black pen to draw on the eyes, nose and mouth.
- Next, use the lighter shade of one color to outline the fur and feathers around the eyes and on the sides. Color in the area around the back of each eye.
- Then go back with the normal shade of that color and fill in the rest.
- Place each egg on their base.
All cutting should be done by an adult.