Easter Craft | Easy Chick Coasters [Video Tutorial]

Making a cute Easter craft can be fun and functional when you make these easy chick coasters!

This craft is perfect for kids and adults!

Bunnies are super cute for Easter but let’s not forget about the chicks!

What’s better than a chick, how about a cute or goofy chick!

Pre-cut wood ovals, four colors of acrylic paint, some feathers, glitter, and a sealer and you have these cute coasters!

Here is a quickie video, so you can see exactly how I made the Easter craft Chick Coasters:

Other great Easter Crafts!

Materials You Will Need for the Easter Craft

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I found these unfinished wood ovals.

Use an unfinished wood oval for an easy Easter craft

Step 1

Paint the wood ovals yellow.

Paint wood ovals yellow

Step 2

Once dry, paint on a triangle for the beak, with orange paint.

Paint orange beak onto yellow oval Easter craft

Step 3

Paint on little feet.

Paint orange feet onto the chick coasters

Step 4

Use the back of a paintbrush and make white dots for two eyes.  

Using the end of a dowel rod, make a dot with white acrylic paint

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Step 5

Use the back of a smaller paintbrush to make a black dot, for the pupil of the eyes. You can make them go in any direction.

Add black dot for pupils to the white of the eyes for the chick Easter craft

Step 6

To preserve the chick coaster Easter craft, use a waterproof sealer to protect them. You might want to do multiple coats.

Seal the Easter craft chick coasters

Step 7

Mix some fine glitter with Mod Podge and mix it well.

Add orange glitter to the sealer

Paint it over the orange areas.  This part is optional but adds a little glitz.

Step 8

Add a dot of glue to the forehead.

Add a dot of glue to the top of the chick head

Step 9

Use a small feather, or a piece of a feather, and add it to the glue.

Add a small feather to the drop of glue to the top of the chick head

Optional: Sprinkle with fine yellow glitter and shake off any excess.

That’s it!

Now you have these fun chick coasters! It’s also a great Easter craft that you can hang on the wall as a decoration by using removable command strips.

Easter craft chick coasters

If You Don’t Have Time for the Easter Craft!

I know holidays get hectic! If you don’t have time to make these coasters, there are other coasters that still give you the Easter chick vibe that are great alternatives!

Thanks for stopping by! Remember: Life’s too short not to shimmer, so grab your glue gun and your glitter!™  Stay safe!


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