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Get Crafty With Easter Animal Eggs

If dyeing eggs for Easter isn't a hit with your family, or too messy for the kids, you can still get crafty when you use eggs to make your own Spring bunnies and little chicks. This little trick from Rachael Ray turns ordinary eggs into your own little Easter creatures that are bound to be a hit with the fam. All you'll need is some colored construction paper, washable markers, glue, and scissors. They're easy to make, require little cleanup, and would make festive centerpieces or adorable party favors. It's a great activity to busy your children during brunch or dinner too!

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