Easter Agamograph Template

Making all kinds of Easter crafts is a fun part of the upcoming holidays, and we’ve got the project for you!

Your kids will have a wonderful time coloring and folding two Easter pictures and making their new agamograph.

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With all the joy that the Easter holiday brings, it’s the perfect time to get creative with your students or children and create colorful works of art.

This time we have prepared a cute Easter agamograph template for your little ones to color and fold.

Agamographs are special crafts, where two images are alternately blended together to create an illusion of whole images when viewed from two different angles.

And this one will surely be a nice decoration in your classroom or home when finished.

This agamograph template includes an image of an Easter bunny holding an egg and an Easter basket full of eggs.

We have two versions of the Easter Agamograph template.

If your children have already made some of our previous agamographs, they will easily know how to color this one.

But if your kids have never made one before, you can first print our second version (the DIY) of the Easter Agamograph, where they will first color the whole pictures, then alternately cut and stitch them together to create their unique agamograph.

Ready to color and fold yours? Let’s start!

Easter Agamograph Pattern for Kids

Easter Agamograph Pattern

How to make an Easter agamograph

What do you need:

  • one of our Easter agamograph templates (grab it at the end of the tutorial)
  • thicker print paper (plain paper will also work fine)
  • printer
  • coloring supplies
  • the scissors
  • optional scoring tool (you can use something similar handy)

Ready to make your own agamograph? Let’s start!

See the video

Follow these step-by-step instructions

Print the Easter agamograph template (you will find it at the very end of the tutorial).

Color it with your best markers. We like to use different colors for each background, so the resulting images really pop.

Cut out the template.

Use a ruler or something similar and a marking tool to mark along the lines, to make it easier to fold in the next step.

It’s time to start folding the agamograph using an accordion technique. Start folding it by flipping the entire page and start with the first piece of the agamograph “puzzle” as seen in the photo below.

Continue to firmly fold the alternating images…

… to the last piece of agamograph.

Gently unfold your Easter Agamograph Craft and display it somewhere nice.

Easter agamograph template for kids to make

Get the Easter Agamograph Template Here

Print version one or version two.

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More information about Easter Agamograph Template

Making all kinds of Easter crafts is a fun part of the upcoming holidays, and we’ve got the project for you!
Your kids will have a wonderful time coloring and folding two Easter pictures and making their new agamograph.

*this post contains affiliate links*
With all the joy that the Easter holiday brings, now is just the perfect time to get creative with your students or children and create colorful works of art.
This time we have prepared a cute Easter agamograph template for your little ones to color and fold.
Agamographs are special crafts, where two images are alternately blended together to create an illusion of whole images when viewed from two different angles.
And this one will surely be a nice decoration in your classroom or home when finished.
This agamograph template includes an image of an Easter bunny holding an egg and an Easter basket full of eggs.
We have two versions of the Easter Agamograph template.
If your kids have made some of our previous agamographs, they’ll easily know how to color this one.
But if your kids have never made one before, you can first print our second version (the DIY) of the Easter Agamograph, where they will first color the whole pictures, then alternately cut and stitch them together to make their unique agamograph.
Ready to color and fold yours? Let’s start!

How to make an Easter agamograph
What do you need:
one of our Easter agamograph templates (grab it at the end of the tutorial)
thicker print paper (plain paper will also work fine)
printer
coloring supplies
the scissors
optional scoring tool (you can use something similar handy)
Ready to make your own agamograph? Let’s start!
See the video

Follow these step-by-step instructions
Print the Easter agamograph template (you will find it at the very end of the tutorial).

Color it with your best markers. We like to use different colors for each background, so the resulting images really pop.

Cut out the template.

Use a ruler or something similar handy and a scoring tool to mark along the lines, to make folding easier in the next step.

It’s time to start folding the agamograph using an accordion technique. Begin folding it by flipping the entire page, and start with the first piece of the agamograph “puzzle” as seen in the photo below.

Continue to firmly fold the alternating images…

… to the last piece of agamograph.
Gently unfold your Easter agamograph craft and display it somewhere nice.

Get the Easter Agamograph Template Here
Print version one or version two.
Unlock VIP Printables – Become a Member

Become an Easy Peasy and Fun Membership and access our exclusive crafting patterns and educational printables. With brand new resources added every week, you’ll never run out of fun things to do with your kids (whether as a parent or as a teacher).

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