What You'll Need:
-colored foam sheets
-glue or glue gun (as usual, I prefer and suggest the glue gun)
-hook & loop tape (aka Velcro)
-egg pattern (optional)
2) Repeat with as many colors as you like and cut your egg shapes out.
3) This is where you can get creative as far as what you want your children to be able to do with the eggs. I chose to cut out different shapes, each shape being the same color as shown in the picture below. However, you could just make different designs (like zigzags, for example) so your child can just decorate the egg, or you could do it to where each egg gets a certain number, like one pink circle goes on the pink egg, two green squares go on the green egg, etc. The possibilities are endless!
4) Cut out your hook and loop tape pieces to go on the eggs and the backs of the shapes (or whatever you choose).
6) Glue your remaining Velcro pieces to the shape pieces. If yours are on the tiny side and/or you have pieces that aren't very wide, I highly recommend using a pencil or something similar to press the hook and loop tape pieces down on the glue. Trust me. It doesn't feel very good getting burnt by a hot glue gun.
She enjoys pulling them off, mostly. lol She does occasionally try to stick one back on. :) Oh well. As long as she doesn't tear the Velcro off they should last for next year and hopefully the year after that too!
Also, yes, I realized my windows were extremely filthy when I took these pictures. Once upon a time I liked having clean windows. (Well, technically I still do.) Then the cats and Myka came along. People say to pick and choose your battles. This was one I decided against fighting.