There’s so many cute Easter crafts out there and these little polka dot Chirpy Easter Chickens were just too adorable to ignore and so we had a fun time creating them and they’ve found a perfect place to perch themselves on the office windowsill!


  • Styrofoam egg
  • Cardboard – red and orange
  • Paint (whichever colour you would like your little chicks to be)
  • Paintbrush or a small piece of sponge
  • Patterned paper for the wings (if you don’t have any then just colour your own and add some polka dots)
  • Craft glue
  • Yellow rope (wool or string would work just fine)
  • Yellow felt
  • Black marker
  • Scissors
  • Toothpick
  • Cotton bud
  • Sharp knife (only to be used by an adult)
  • Sticky tape


1. Using a sharp knife, slice a small piece off the bottom of the egg so that it can sit without rolling over.

2. Push a toothpick into the base to make it easier to hold and paint.

3. We found the sponge was a very easy way to paint the egg without getting streaky lines. Dip the sponge into the paint and cover the egg, you may decide to do 2 coats. Allow the paint to dry completely.

Easter Chicken paint

4. Whilst the paint is drying, cut out all the cardboard, felt and paper shapes you need.

Easter Chicken shapes

5. Use the toothpick to make 2 small holes in the base of the egg, squeeze some glue into the holes and then push the rope into the holes using the tootpick to help.

Easter Chicken toothpick
6. Use a punch or scissors to make a small hole in both of the felt feet. Thread the rope through each hole and secure on the back with some tape.

Easter Chicken feet
7. Using glue, attach the wings, beak, bow tie and comb (the red part on top of the head….I had to google the actual name, you learn something new every day!) For the comb, make a small slice in the egg and insert the base of the comb with some glue so that it stays in place.

Easter Chicken slice

8. Use a black marker to draw on the eyes.

9. If you want to add some polkadots it’s easiest to apply them with a cotton bud to get even spots.

Easter Chicken dots

Your cute little chick is now complete and all you need to do now is work out where to perch it!

Easter Chicken perched

  • I’m saving this one! Hopefully will remember it for next Easter. I’ll start a binder of craft activities I reckon so I know where they all are


  • Hehe this is something my Mum would make :)


  • Aren’t these the cutest little things. A bit fragile looking though. Something perhaps for the older kids to create


  • There really great and creative Easter chickens!

    • Easter time is a quieter time for craft too – much more relaxed that at Christmas time.


  • theses look so cute and great for brightening up any room!


  • this is exellent great


  • Not sure what age group these would be suitable to make. Some bits look a bit tricky.


  • Adorable! I love those skinny little chicken legs …. thanks for sharing


  • Loving all these Easter craft ideas. They are so cute too.


  • Great little craft for the holidays.


  • These are very cute, who could resist!.


  • Will definitely be bookmarking this for Easter!


  • i love this cute idea! i will make these for easter! awesome idea


  • They are super cute & look like so much fun to make!


  • Thanks for sharing this creative and clever project. I adore these little chickens, very cute and so much fun! Will have making little chickens.


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