Today, Julia from In the Afternoon is sharing some of her favorite easter crafts for kids.
Now that my son is getting older, it’s so much fun to do craft projects with him. With Easter right around the corner, I thought I would round-up a few fun and easy kids Easter crafts. Most of these can be made with supplies you already have around the house, too, so you can get crafty without too much advance prep. They’re all (if you can excuse the pun) pretty egg-celent!
15 Kids Easter Crafts
My kiddo is obsessed with his dot-a-dot markers, so I know these sweet little bunnies made with a Bingo dauber will be a hit.
Another reason to buy your craft supplies in the produce aisle: painting with carrots!
How cute are these pompom bunnies and chicks? The original post is in Dutch, but Google translate does a decent job and the photos are pretty self-explanatory. I would turn these into magnets or string them up as a garland.
I love handprint crafts because it’s an easy way to see your kiddo’s growth from year to year. For spring, turn your little one’s handprint into a sweet Easter bunny or fluffy yellow chick. Bonus points for using edible paint like Kids Activities Blog did.
Julep has an easy tutorial for paper strip Easter egg art. Scale this down to 4″ x 6″ and make Easter cards to send to friends and family around the country. This is a great craft to use up the paper scraps you’ve been hoarding.
This stained glass egg made from contact paper and tissue paper is also a fun sensory activity for the toddler crowd.
Which of these kids Easter crafts are your kids excited to make?