Easter Crafts for Kids, Kid Friendly Easter Activities, and Easy DIY Kids Easter Crafts. Spend some time this Easter doing fun crafts with your kids!
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Making holiday themed crafts is one of my favorite things to do with my kids. I wanted to share some Easter Crafts for Kids so you can start planning some fun Easter activities with your family!
15 Fun Easter Crafts for Kids
1.) Salt Dough Easter Eggs from Passion for Savings
If your kids love clay, play-doh, or slime this is a perfect craft for them. Make salt dough eggs with flour, salt, and water. You’ll also need acrylic paints, clear spray sealer, paint brushes and an egg shaped cookie cutter.
2.) Stick Puppet Bunny & Chick from Easy Peasy and Fun
With very few supplies – paint, craft sticks, pipe cleaners, construction paper googly eyes, markers, scissors and glue you can make these adorable stick puppets for Easter! I think kids can even make these themselves which makes this craft that much better!
3.) Paper Mache Easter Basket from Red Ted Art
Let your kids make their own Easter Baskets using Balloons and paper mache this year. You’ll need paper mache paste, tissue paper, balloons, brush, felt, feathers and wide ribbon.
4.) Melted Crayon Easter Eggs from Passion for Savings
If your kids love to decorate Easter Eggs this is a fun way to let them be creative. The warm eggs will melt the crayon as your kids are drawing on them which creates a unique look to each decorated Egg.
5.) Egg Holder Baskets from Easy Peasy and Fun
These baskets are perfect for holding individual eggs. You can even add paper grass in the bottom if you need a little more cushion for your eggs or for the eggs to stay in better. You only need empty toilet paper rolls, paint, scissors and glue to make these holders!
6.) Bunny Bookmark from Red Ted Art
These bookmarks and super cute and super easy! Yes that is my kind of craft! You’ll start with a basic origami corner bookmark using printer paper and add two large bunny ears and bunny facial details. That’s it! These are perfect for a bookworm like my daughter!
7.) Bottle Cap Chicks from Craft Create Cook
Using recycled lids you will start by gluing yellow tissue paper cut into squares on each lid. Then you can add the chicks beak, googly eyes and pipecleaners. This is another easy and really cute Easter craft that won’t require much preparation or help from a parent.
8.) Painted Easter Eggs from Sunshine Whispers
If you just want to let your kids paint some Easter eggs, grab some paint, paint trays, brushes, and a disposable tablecloth. You can get crafting eggs if you don’t want to mess with real eggs (yes please!) and just let your kids have a fun time painting eggs!
9.) Paper Plate Rocking Bunnies from Red Ted Art
This is another simple craft and only requires a plain paper plate, extra paper or card stock, cotton ball, pens or markers, glue and scissors. My kids love when I do a simple craft with them. They actually prefer the simple ones because we all end up completing the craft that way!
10.) Easter Silhouette Craft from Easy Peasy and Fun
This craft comes with a FREE Bunny and Egg Silhouette for starters. Then you need to cut several strips of soft pastel colored paper which will then be glued to a white sheet of paper. Then you just glue your silhouette over the top of that and you have your craft done! This one is so pretty!
11.) Dollar Tree Ribbon Wand from Must Have Mom
Wands are so fun to swing around for kids so these looked so fun to me! They’re inexpensive and fun to make. These would even be fun to make after school with your child and a friend during a playdate. I try to do easy and fun things like this when my kids have friends over and then make them a little treat!
12.) Paper Plate Chick & Bunny Purse from Red Ted Art
Using paper plates, cardboard or felt, ribbon, feathers, paint and glue you can make these cute and easy purses! They’re super easy and adorable too!
13.) Carrot Easter Craft from Easy Peasy and Fun
This cute carrot craft is easy and super cute! All you need is orange craft paint, orange & green construction paper, glue, scissors and faux paper grass or green Easter grass to make these munchies for Bunnies!
14.) Homemade Peep Crayons from Little Blog in the Country
If you have some broken crayons laying around the house, this is a perfect way to use them and make something new out of them! All you need are your old crayons and an Easter mold.
15.) Handprint Bunny Bags from Eighteen 25
This is a fun craft for kids, plus you get to use the bags for a gift! I know Grandparents would love getting these for Easter with a little gift inside!
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