Egg Education

Crumpled Tissue Easter Eggs!

Bring the Easter eggs-citement to your classroom with a fun and creative activity – Crumpled Tissue Easter Eggs! This engaging hands-on project will not only entertain your students but also foster their creativity and fine motor skills.

Make these Easter eggs using only tissue paper and a few simple materials. From selecting vibrant colours to crumpling and shaping the tissue paper, your students will have a blast crafting their personalized eggs.

So, let’s dive into this exciting Easter craft and bring the spirit of the season to your classroom.


crumpled tissue easter eggs 


Creating crumpled tissue Easter eggs requires minimal materials that are easily accessible and affordable. Here are the supplies you will need:

1. Tissue Paper

Choose tissue paper in a variety of vibrant colours. The more colours you have, the more visually appealing your students’ Easter eggs will be. Consider using pastel shades for a traditional and festive touch.

2. Thick Paper 

Use thick paper like cardstock or construction paper. Printer paper will work but will not be as strong when glue and weight are applied.

3. Scissors

Have a pair of scissors available for cutting the tissue paper into smaller pieces if needed. This step is optional but can be useful when working with younger students who may struggle with tearing the paper.

4. Glue

To hold the crumpled tissue paper together and ensure the Easter eggs retain their shape, you will need a bottle of glue. A clear-drying glue is recommended for a neater finish.


Now that you have all the necessary materials, it’s time to dive into the step-by-step process of creating Crumpled Tissue Easter Eggs. Follow these instructions to ensure a successful and enjoyable crafting session with your students. 


cutting paper


Step 1. Cut Paper 

Cut 1 egg shape out using your thick paper. After 1 is cut, use it as a guide to cut more for the class. 

pink tissue paper

Step 2. Cut Tissue Paper

Cut the tissue into small squares or rectangles. The size of the pieces will depend on the size of the egg. Aim for pieces that are approximately 2-3 inches in diameter.

glue on egg

Step 3. Apply Glue

Apply glue on the outside of the egg, adding more as you make your way inside the center of the egg with your tissues.  

crumpled tissue paper

Step 4. Crumple and Cover 

Gently press it down, ensuring that it sticks to the paper. Continue adding more pieces of tissue paper, overlapping them slightly, until the paper is completely covered.


finished crumpled tissue eggs 

Step 5: Let Dry 

This may take a few hours, so it’s best to leave the egg undisturbed until the tissue paper feels firm to the touch. Once dry, you can use it as decoration on the wall, or add a string to hang on an Easter tree or window! 


crumpled tissue easter egg


By following these simple steps, your students will have their very own Crumpled Tissue Easter Eggs ready to be displayed in your Easter tree or window!


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