Easter Crafts You Can Do With The Kids

March 29, 2018

Easter is such a fun time to do cute little projects with your little ones. From dying Easter eggs to making gorgeous wreaths for your door, your kids will have a blast doing their own form of art to celebrate the holiday. Plus, who doesn’t love the look of vibrant spring colors surrounding the home? So grab your kids and your craft supplies and get crafting!

Peek-a-Boo Clothespin Eggs

These clothespin eggs are super easy to make and are absolutely adorable. Grab the essentials (foam paper, craft paper, clothespins, glue and scissors) and gather around the craft table for a fun little craft with your little ones. See the full tutorial at One Little Project.

Bunny Nose Masks

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Set up that photo booth for your Easter get together, because this craft will have everyone posing. Get the perfect bunny selfie with the help of these bunny nose masks. The kids will have a blast creating the perfect bunny nose with popsicle sticks, pipe cleaners and pom poms. See the full tutorial at Kids Craft Room.

Paper Roll Bunnies

How adorable are these paper roll bunnies? Super easy to make and kid friendly, you will have cute little paper bunnies hopping around your house in no time. All you need is some craft paper, cotton balls, raffia, and some googly eyes to get this bunny started! See the full tutorial at One Little Project.

Lollipop Bunnies

These little lollipop bunnies are a great party gift to give to your guests. Festive, fun and sweet no one will be able to turn these down, especially if your kids put in the hard work to create them! Grab your favorite lollipop and get crafting! See the full tutorial at One Little Project.

Handprint Easter Keepsake

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This keepsake craft will bring you back to when your kids were young for years to come. Make your dough, add a little food coloring, and stamp your kid’s hand right on the egg-shaped dough. Don’t forget to write the year on it so that you can see how much your kid has grown over the years! See the full tutorial at Teach Me Mommy.

Easter Bunny Pots

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Let your artistic imagination flow with these fun and bright Easter bunny pots. Decorate them with bright paint, ribbons and of course a little cottontail. Then fill them up with some sweet treats to give to your friends and family. The best part is that they can use the pot later to plant some spring flowers! See the full tutorial at Fun Squared.

Unicorn Easter Eggs

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Unicorns are all the craze right now, so why not make them part of your Easter decor? You’ll need some Sharpies, craft paper, wire, scissors and some eggs to get this started! Soon you’ll have Easter egg unicorns that your sweet kids made to decorate your holiday table with. See the full tutorial at Crafty Morning.

Rainbow Bunny Peeps Wreath

While we don’t want our kids eating the sugar-infused treat, Peeps can be a great Easter candy to turn into a wreath! Pick up a Styrofoam wreath, some colorful Peeps, burlap ribbon and some floral pins to get this project started! See the full tutorial at Tried and True Blog.

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