Easter Craft Ideas for Kids

Are you on the lookout for easy Easter crafts for your kids to try in the school holidays? Well we can help with these fun kids Easter crafts for you all to try!

Read on for five brilliant springtime ideas for kids Easter crafts . . .  

Five kids crafts for Easter.

1) Decorating Easter eggs

Decorating eggs for Easter is a traditional craft and one you and your kids should try – don’t worry too much about the potential for smashed eggs.

This simple WikiHow guide shows you exactly what you need to do to beautify eggs. We were really impressed by the coloured rice idea – you must give it a look.

 

2) Easter bunny cards

We really think you and your little one should give these fab Easter bunny cards a go. Not only are they super cute but they are also great for parents of pre-schoolers, trying to teach them the alphabet.

You can find a list of all the materials you will need and the all-important instructions here. Thanks to @thesimpleparent for sharing this clever card idea on Twitter!  

3) Paper plate Easter basket!

If you’ve got loads of fun Easter egg hunts lined up in the school holidays, your kids are definitely going to need an Easter basket to help them to collect all of those tasty eggs!

This paper plate basket is a really easy Easter craft for your little ones to try! All the instructions you need are right here  thanks to the Nurture Store.

TOP TIP: The great thing about these paper plate Easter baskets is that your children can decorate them using whatever they like. You can cut down on the mess by giving them some uni-ball POSCA paint markers  to try.

4) Egg box Easter crafts

If you want to encourage your kids to make crafts and to recycle, then get saving up your egg boxes right now.

There are lots of things you can make using an old egg box and many of them are Easter themed! We particularly like this sweet little Easter egg holder idea from Linette Gerlach.

Your kids will love making somewhere special to keep their yummy Easter eggs. If you don’t steal them first.

5) Bunny bunting

If you are hosting an Easter egg hunt or school holiday play date, add a cute little touch with some bunny bunting.

This easy Easter craft video shows you exactly what you need to do. We love it that you can make it with floral paper or get your kids to help decorate the bunnies.

 

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