Fun and easy Easter crafts for kids to make. 20 different Easter crafts ideas. Including Easter Bunnies, Easter eggs, edible Easter crafts, and Spring chickens. Spring is in the air and Easter is almost here. So gather the craft supplies and start creating!
Easter Bunny Crafts
Marshmallow Easter Bunny Craft from No Time for Flash Cards
For this craft, you’ll need marshmallows, construction paper, googly eyes, yarn for the whiskers, and a few pom poms for the bunny’s nose. Your kids will probably eat some of the supplies so make sure to bring extra marshmallows to the table:)
TP Roll Easter Bunny Stamps from Alice Wingerden
This easy craft only requires three toilet rolls, construction paper, and paint.
Easy and Cute Bunny Nose Masks from Kids Craft Room
These bunny nose masks are cute and simple to make. The supplies you’ll need are popsicle sticks, pom poms, pipe cleaners, white paper for the teeth, and paint.
Easy Paper Plate Bunny Craft for Kids from Simply Today Life
You’ll most likely already have everything need to make this cute bunny face. Supplies for this craft are a paper plate, cotton balls, googly eyes, pipe cleaners, and construction paper.
Simple Finger Paint Easter Craft from Sarah in the Suburbs
My kids love this craft because it allows them to get messy! Finger painting is always a fun way to pass the time. The supplies you’ll need are paper, a cut out of a bunny, and paint.
Easter Eggs Crafts
Easy Painted Easter Egg Rocks for Kids from Projects with Kids
These painted Easter egg rocks are a great way to decorate your home or your yard for Easter. All you’ll need are rocks and paint for this craft. You’ll want rocks that are the shape of eggs. We often take walks by the river and my kids love collecting river rocks. River rocks make great egg shapes.
Paper Mosaic Easter Eggs from The Pinterested Parent
All you need for this craft is construction paper and a glue stick. This is a great craft for little ones who are working on their scissor skills. My little guy is working on this skill and loves cutting up paper. So this is a perfect craft for him.
Handmade Potato Easter Egg Stamps for Kids from Premeditated Leftovers
I love making stamps out of potatoes. There are so many creative possibilities. My kids also love using potato stamps to create. The materials you’ll need for this craft are potatoes, paint, and paper.
Easter Egg Paper Weaving from Easy Peasy and Fun
This weaving craft is great for helping little ones work on fine motor skills. All you’ll need is construction paper for kids to create this cute Easter egg craft.
Aluminum Foil Easter Egg Craft from The Joy of Sharing
Who doesn’t like shiny things? Using aluminum foil to create an easter egg craft is a great idea. It fun to use different textures when creating. Supplies you’ll need are aluminum foil, washi tape, and an empty cereal box. You’ll also need items to decorate the egg such as pom poms, beads, and buttons.
Edible Easter Crafts
Easy Jelly Bean Bracelets from Artzy Creations
Making these jelly bean bracelets are a great way to stop your little ones from shoving handfuls of jelly beans in the mouth all at once! At least that’s how my kids eat jelly beans. You’ll need jelly beans, stretch cord, and a needle.
The Best Marshmallow Peeps Playdoh Recipe from Natural Beach Living
I would have never thought to make playdoh out of Peeps! I am not a fan of Peeps myself but it doesn’t surprise me that my kids love the sugary, marshmallow goodness. Items you’ll need are Peeps, shortening, and flour.
Rice Krispie Nests from Crafty Morning
Rice Krispie treats are a staple in everyone’s childhood. This is a fun twist on a classic treat! All you need is the ingredients to make Rice Krispies. Also robin egg candies and edible grass.
Peeps Houses from Yesterfood
These Peeps houses are adorable! This is such a fun craft to make. My kids love making a home for a little peep. You’ll need graham crackers, Peeps, icing, and candy to decorate.
Easter Bunny Race Car Treats with Peeps from Living Locurto
This craft looks so fun to make. But my kids might eat all the supplies before they get the car built! You’ll need Twinkies, Peeps, marshmallows, pretzels, M&Ms, and frosting.
Spring Chicken Easter Crafts
DIY Paper Plate Chicken Easter Basket Craft for Kids from Kids Friendly Kids Things to Do
This Chicken Easter Basket is a fun DIY to make with the kids. After making this craft they will have a place to put all the eggs they find from the Easter Bunny. Supplies you’ll need is paper plates, yellow paint, colorful paper, and black buttons.
Hand Print Easter Chicken Puppets from Kids Crafts
This is a really simple craft where your kids can make something adorable. All you need is orange paper, yellow paper, popsicle stick, yellow paint, googly eyes, and a few feathers.
Crafty Popsicle Stick Baby Chick for Spring from Makes and Takes
This popsicle stick baby chick can be used for Easter decor and be saved as a keepsake with your little one’s handprint. Supplies you’ll need are popsicle sticks, yellow and orange paper, yellow paint
Simple Easter Craft: Paper Plate Easter Chick from Simple as That
This Paper Plate Easter Chick is another cute way to decorate your home for the Holiday. You’ll need googly eyes, yellow paper, and yellow feather. Also a yellow paper plate. Or you could paint a paper plate yellow.
Mini Popsicle Stick Chicks from Crafty Morning
I love making crafts with popsicle sticks. These kinds of crafts are easy for my little ones to make and they all end up looking so cute! For this craft, you’ll need mini popsicle sticks. Though I used regular sized ones and the chicks still came out great. You’ll also need yellow paint, yellow and orange paper, and googly eyes.
Other Supplies You’ll Need
Other supplies you’ll need to make these Easter crafts for kids are items you most likely already have.
Some of these crafts also call for cardstock paper. But I think regular construction paper will work just fine. The only difference is that the craft may rip or tear more easily.
I hope you liked this round-up of 20 Easter crafts for kids. Now grab your supplies, sit down with your little ones and enjoy some time together.
Which one of these crafts is your favorite? Let me know in the comments:)
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