Children's drawing for Easter - drawing eggs

Easter or Bright Sunday of Christ - this is one of the biggest Orthodox holidays. This holiday was the most beloved and joyful in Russia. Children since ancient times loved Easter. Multicolored eggs, an abundance of treats, funny games and festivities caused children a real delight.

Easter was painted with eggs, which symbolized the rebirth and the beginning of a new life. It turns out that the color in which these testicles are colored also matters. Red color symbolizes love, white - purity, yellow - wealth and wealth.

 Children's drawing for Easter - drawing eggs

Children's drawing for Easter - drawing eggs

A child's drawing for Easter can also become a wonderful gift and a wish for well-being to a loved one.

How to draw a picture for Easter? We will do it in a very unusual technique. We will print it using potatoes. Let's rememberhow we learned to print carrots.

We need:

  • Sheet of paper
  • Liquid paints
  • Brush
  • Knife
  • Potato

At the first stage, you cannot do without the help of adults. We will need to cut the potatoes in two. On one of the parts, you can figure a pattern with a knife.

 Cut the potatoes

Cut the potatoes

Then the child himself has to cope! It will be necessary to paint a beautiful pattern with a brush on the potato. We make an imprint of our potatoes on a sheet of paper. How interesting! The cut potato turned out to be very similar to a testicle. We make several prints, applying paint to the potatoes.

 Color the potato slice with paint

Color the potato slice with paint

 Testicles - prints

Testicles - imprints

You can somewhat simplify the task, especially if the child is small and cannot paint the potatoes with a brush. You can simply dip our patterned potatoes in liquid paint and print at your pleasure.Real delight!



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