This is a super easy and fun project for the kids, they just need to colour, cut and glue.
A garland like this can be made as long or as short as they like and can be draped across a doorway, a room or even above their beds.
An alternative is to string the pictures one above the other to create a 'pendant' garland, perfect for a little Easter decorating.
You will need:
Printed templates: there are two versions available to download. One set is already coloured, ready for cutting. The other is in black and white so the kids can have fun colouring them in.
String or ribbon for hanging
Hole punch (available from newsagents)
Colouring pencils, markers or paints
1. Print off the patterns and cut out the front of each image
2. Glue this to a piece of cardboard, cut around the outline
3. Cut out the back of each image and glue this on to the reverse of the cardboard. The picture should now have a front and a back
4. Colour in each image, or if they have used the coloured templates, go straight to punching a hole in the top of each image before hanging individually along the string