Sunday, March 13, 2016

Cracked Egg Cards and Envelope Baskets

      


  Check out the Forever in 5th Grade Linky, SHOW and TELL.
www.foreverinfifthgrade.blogspot.com
     

  I found this cute cracked egg design to make an Easter card.


     The directions were quite a challenge for some of the students.  First you had to read the directions from the bottom up. That was confusing for some.
The directions to reverse fold also stumped a group to children.  But the end result was very cute as you can see. 


  





           Envelopes came in handy to make a basket envelope for the Easter egg card.


          First, we took a legal size envelope and cut off the end with the return address. ( Our school gets donations, boxes of old recycle envelopes from local businesses).  


         Next, the remaining part was folded in half. The top flap was cut to match the curve.  Then a cut was made along the fold and following the curve to make a handle.  







        Finally, the open side of the "basket" was glued and decorated.  



       The cracked egg card fits nicely into the basket and ready for delivery. 








 A joyous Easter to all!


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