You will need: 3 (or more) square shaped tissue boxes, additional cardboard (we used a Pepsi box), scissors, red duct tape, and craft glue.
Trim the top of the tissue boxes to make the openings larger. Line up the tissue boxes and then tape them together using red duct tape (we found ours at Walmart, for just under $4).
After you get the boxes all taped together, cut a piece of cardboard for the roof. The Pepsi box worked well, because it already had a natural bend in the cardboard. Trim it to size, then cover with the red duct tape.
Using craft glue, secure the roof to the body of the hen house. Let sit for several hours to adhere well.
Fill with Easter grass (or hay, as we did) and Easter eggs. Have fun!
Readers, do you have any Easter egg hunts in your near future?