How to make Pom Pom Easter Chicks

Following on from last year’s popular cress egg heads, this year we thought it would be fun to try a different Easter craft and make some Easter chicks.

These cute little chicks made from pom-poms are easy to make and the children will love them. All you need to do is make a simple pom pom using yellow wool and stick on some googly eyes and a beak, and there you have it, a fun Easter Chick!

 

How To Make Pom Pom Easter Chicks

You will need…

  • Wool
  • Googly Eyes
  • Red/Orange foam, felt or cardboard for the beak
  • Two Cardboard Circles
  • Glue
  • Scissors

Easter Chick from wool tutorial

Holding the 2 cardboard circles together, wrap the wool around the circles until completely covered.

Cardboard Circle Pom Pom

Insert the scissors between the cardboard circles and cut the wool. Do this carefully so the pom pom doesn’t fall apart.

making pom poms

Yellow pom poms

Once cut all the way around, tie a length of wool in between the cardboard circles to tie the pom pom in place. Once you are satisfied that the pom pom is secure remove the cardboard circles.

Stick on the googly eyes and the beak.

Pom Pom Chick

 

And here’s a little video of how we made the Pom Pom Easter Chicks :)

Thank you for watching, if you liked our tutorial please share this post or our video on YouTube and have a wonderful time making Easter Crafts!

 

 

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Comments

  1. Aww! How cute x

  2. Emily Rigg says:

    These are so fun I can imagine them in all different colours. Great you tube tutorial too. Look forward to more!

  3. Aww these are so sweet, another great idea of yours I need to try :)
    Busy week this week for days out, and busy next week crafting me thinks :)

    Thanks for sharing at Creative Mondays…

    • Hi Claire, Thank you, once again great fun to make and we’re going to stick some on an Easter bonnet which should be a bit different! Thanks for stopping by and commenting.