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10 Easy Easter Crafts for Kids

on 3.14.2024 at 10:20am

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I love seasonal crafts! There are so many fun things you can get at craft stores really cheaply to make festive holiday decorations. I’ve rounded up 10 easy Easter crafts for kids, most of which they should be able to do with only a little assistance from you (depending on their ages). Also, most of them use items you already have around the house, so they’re frugal and you can make them spur of the moment.

10 Easy Easter Crafts for Kids

Peep “Gingerbread” Houses

I have never seen this idea before, but we’ll definitely be trying these adorable houses this year! If you make them with royal icing (recipe in post), they’re edible.

Easter Egg Bunny Houses

These are fully customizable depending on what kind of little craft items you have around your house.

DIY Easter Egg Crowns

These crowns can be used to display some of the many Easter eggs you probably have laying around your house.

Egg Carton Chickens

How cute are these chickens? They can hold your Easter eggs and be a sweet table decoration.

Egg Sponge Painting

This idea is great for the littlest hands. If you use edible paint, even babies can make them!

Easter Bunny Garland

This would be a great project for older kids and could be a legitimately cute decoration for your home!

Craft Stick Bunnies

Find a good use for craft sticks with these adorable bunnies!

Easter Perler Beads

If you have perler beads all over your house like I do, here are some free patterns to make Easter designs.

Pasta Easter Eggs

Here’s a fun use for pasta, which can be bought on sale really cheaply. Use them to decorate paper Easter eggs!

Easy Paper Easter Wreath

Here’s another decoration that could be hung on a wall or on a door.

These 10 easy Easter crafts for kids can be used to spend a fun afternoon after school or to make something to decorate your home for the season!