10 Easy Easter Crafts for Kids

With Easter just around the corner, it’s a fantastic time to get the kids involved in some fun and easy craft that might help to take their minds off an impending chocolate stash!
Here are our top ten picks for Easter craft with children ages 2-5. Each activity uses free or easily attainable and affordable craft supplies.
These gorgeous pencil toppers are a super cute idea and the perfect Easter gift for your kids’ friends. A really practical and useful gift, particularly if you want to make them for a large group of kids whose allergies are unknown!
eastergarlandEaster bunting is a relatively new phenomenon but one that has gathered popularity in the past few years. This fabulous Easter egg bunting idea uses paint colour cards from your local hardware store.
hotcrossbunsEvery child loves cooking. And most of us enjoy a hot cross bun or two! This activity will keep everyone happy. Click here for a great hot cross buns recipe.
tube craftToilet rolls are probably the best craft item for mums with small children. You can do almost anything with them and the supply never runs dry!
For those who celebrate the Christian message of Easter, we found this gorgeous empty cross idea. The makers used paint, but you can also use eye shadow or chalk.
lilyThis Easter lily craft uses just white paper and green and yellow pipe cleaners. Too easy!
carrotThis one is so easy! We use cellophane and cheese twisties.
For instructions, click here.
easter nestAnother something edible that doesn’t involve chocolate!
These gorgeous little nests are made with 3 ingredients! Yes. 3. They look far more complicated than that, don’t they!
bunny tails
Who doesn’t love bunny tails! This website provides cute printables for another chocolate-free Easter gift idea.
Every kid loves to dip their hand in paint! And there’s no better cause for getting covered in paint than the creation of an Easter card.
Click here for the instructions.

Posted on March 12, 2012 at 5:03 am

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