Fun and Easy Easter Craft Ideas for Kids
For some, Easter is a day to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. For others, it’s more about eggs, bunnies, and, of course, lots and lots of chocolate. Maybe for you and your family, it’s a little bit of both. But regardless of your reason for celebrating, one thing remains the same: the never-ending list of Easter crafts that adults and kids alike will love. The holiday is a great reason to bust out all of your arts and crafts supplies and make some of the best DIY decor for Easter out there. You don’t even have to wait until Easter Sunday for the fun to begin. Your little bunny helpers will love these creative DIY art projects!
Fold pipe cleaners to form ears and attached to spoons with craft glue. Draw on bunny face with markers, paint or colored pencils. Dip a pencil eraser in pink paint to “stamp” on cheeks.
Fold a crepe paper rectangle in half twice; cut strips a few inches down. Unfold and roll paper into a tub. Tousle the fringe and attach it to an inflated balloon with a do of glue. Draw squiggly lines with an orange paint pen.
To create tiny cones, start with brown eggs. Draw cone lines with a copper paint pen, decorate the top half with craft paint, and draw on faces with a paint pen. Use cotton and a red pom-pom to create the whipped cream topping. For 3D sprinkle eggs, all you need is puffy paint.
Have your little ones grab all of their misfit crayons, soak them in warm water, and then place them in a bunny muffin tin. Bake them at 200 degrees for 24 minutes, or until the crayons have melted. And voila! You have some adorably festive colors.