If you love doing seasonal crafts with your kids, you are going to love this post! I’ve collaborated with several other bloggers and we’ve come up with a list of 12 Easter Crafts for Kids! This list has everything from 5 minute craft ideas to projects that could span a couple of days! I hope you find some amazing and fun Easter crafts to do with your kids!
1) Easter Gingerbread House
This first idea is so VERY fun! If your kids love making Gingerbread houses, they will adore this activity found on Moms & Munchkins. These Easter Gingerbread houses are not only fun to assemble, but would make a beautiful centerpiece for your table!
2) Easter Treat Bags
This next project is great for older kids! These Easter Treat Bags by Party With Unicorns are a fun way for older kids to get creative! I love that templates for various animals are provided and that these treat bags could be used for gifting baked goodies!
3) DIY Bunny Crayons – Easter crafts for kids
Children will love making their own Bunny Crayons! Head over to Family Focus Blog and find out how easy it is to create these fun crayons! I love that this is a simple idea and you can use up old crayons!
4) Bible Verse Pull Apart Eggs
These adorable Bible Verse Pull-apart Easter Eggs by The Growing Creatives are a fun craft for a child of any age! You can make this craft as simple or as complicated as you like, but one thing is for sure…your kids will love this!
5) Giant Paper Mache Eggs
This super unique craft idea comes from Coffee & Confetti Mom. These Giant Paper Mache Eggs are a fun family project and you will be surprised by what they put inside! What fun your kids will have with this amazing project!
6) Fork Print Eggs
These Fork Print Eggs from Fab Working Mom Life are a great Easter craft idea for kids! I love that this craft allows creativity and it is simple! Every mom (and teacher) needs a simple craft idea in her back pocket!
7) Easter Egg Dying Hack
If you enjoy dying Easter Eggs with your kids, then you will love the Egg Dying hack you will find at Simple Moments Stick. This hack makes it simple for even the youngest kids to enjoy dying Easter eggs with the family!
8) Ink Chromatography Easter Decorations – Easter crafts for kids
I love that this Easter craft is both open-ended and a science experiment! To create your own Ink Chromatography Easter Decorations, you will need 3 simple items: coffee filters, markers, and water! Be sure to head over to Team Cartwright to try out this amazing project with your kids.
9) Contact Paper Easter Eggs
These amazing Contact Paper Easter Eggs by The Wild, Wild West! are the perfect craft for kids ages 2 and up! Kids will love sticking items to the sticky contact paper and making designs! I love that this project allows tons of creativity and it is so simple to set up!
10) Countdown Till Easter Paper Chain – Easter Crafts for Kids
This Countdown Till Easter Paper Chain by Family Focus Blog is one of the most simple Easter crafts for kids, but I’m certain they will want to turn it into a yearly tradition! I love that kids can practice their tracing and scissor skills. This project also solves the problem of “how many days until Easter, mom?”
11) Easter Bunny Bags
These Easter Bunny Bags from Moms & Munchkins are a fun way for kids to make their own treat bags! I love that kids can practice those cut and paste skills! These bags are simple enough that your kids could make several and deliver goodies in them to elderly neighbors! Be sure to check out the other fun Easter crafts for kids on Moms & Munchkins!
12) Handmade Potato Easter Egg Stamps
These adorable Potato Easter Egg Stamps are from Premeditated Leftovers. There’s a whimsical throwback feeling to this activity as many of us did something similar as a child. Kids will love the novelty of using potatoes as stampers and there are so many amazing designs you can create!
That’s it! I hope you found some super fun Easter crafts for kids! Share the one you like best in the comments!
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