Even if you don't celebrate Easter, you can make this just because it's adorable~
For instructions on how to make and assemble the modules, refer to my how-to here:
P.S. I am listing these projects as free because I use printer paper from worksheets that we get at school. Remember, if one side is blank, save it from the bin-- it's perfectly usable!
The two pieces of shell and the chick are made separately, and then glued together at the end.
You will need 144 modules:
Make one half of the egg shell!
Each shell half is made with 5 and a half (see the inside "broken" line) rows of 14 modules.
You'll want to shape these too, because the pieces have a tendency to curve inward. I pushed one of those large hollow plastic eggs inside the cavity to shape.
Make the chick!
The chick is made of 6 rows of 10, plus the two wings.
Put them all together!
I would recommend gluing the pieces of the chick and the top egg shell together, as I had a few problems getting them to stay while I glued the entire piece.
Alternately, you could leave the three pieces independent of each other.
Make the face!
The eyes where made from a hole punch, and the beak from paper folded in half and then cut freehand.