Easter is right around the corner and egg hunts will be the only thing your kids will ever talk about for the next days to come.
You can tide them over and keep the excitement with Easter crafts you can make together.
Much like how Christmas is anticipated, kids also mark their kiddie calendars for Easter. And, it’s perfectly understandable why! Easter eggs are colorful and filled with yummy sweets!
I still remember getting my own Easter eggs when I was younger. I always looked forward to the different chocolates I’d find inside.
But, until then, it can be hard dealing with overly excited kids. Check out these easter crafts to keep them occupied.
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30+ Fun & Easy Easter Crafts
Easter Bunny Bookmark
An easter bunny bookmark is perfect for your kids who are starting to be book worms.
It’s a great way to keep childhood fun even in the midst of furthering their knowledge in advance.
How cute would that look on the edge of the book pages instead of dog-earing them, right?
See how to make origami here.
Easter Egg Potato
How cool would stamping easter eggs on paper using a potato be?
I’d say it would be a crafting experience for the books. Don’t let them do the carving, though. These easter crafts are the kinds you do with them. So, the carving is definitely your task. ;)
Learn how to make them here.
Easter Dirt Cake
Don’t worry. It’s not actual dirt and this is one of those easter crafts that are actually edible.
The dirt cake is made of Jello, cream cheese, Oreos, and whipped cream. Sounds like a winning tasty combo, right? Give it a go so you know. Check it out here.
I bet you’ve never thought of painting using a fork.
I certainly have never thought of it. But, that’s the great thing about easter crafts or any kind of craft for that matter. You can be as creative and as resourceful as your imagination permits.
See the full how-to here.
Rice Crispies Nests
Now, this is an easter treat I would love to try myself. I love Robin’s Eggs and eating them with rice crispies just made them a whole lot better!
Can’t wait to try this. Recipe here.
If you have wreaths on Christmas, you most certainly can decorate your house for Easter with DIY wreaths perfect for the holiday.
It’s easy to make so you’re sure your kids won’t be at it too long to be bored.
Grab the step-by-step here.
Easter Bunny Cinnamon Rolls
It’s not only my kids that would love these rolls.
My parents, my sisters and I would love them too. I might have to make more than one batch just to satisfy each of our bellies! The bunny-shaped cinnamon roll is pure genius and I would not be surprised to see this for sale in bakeries this Lenten season.
Learn how to make them here.
Easter Carrot Snacks
From the word ‘carrot’, you probably thought it would be a vegetable snack you already know your kids would not even pay attention to. Nope. It’s the total opposite of healthy.
It’s cheese balls packed to look like carrots. The Easter Bunny loves carrots after all which makes it fitting! See how to pack ’em here.
Easter Bunny Paper Plate
Well, I would say this is one of those Easter crafts that has no other purpose except keeping your kids occupied for about an hour or so. At least they’re entertained, right?
Add garter on both edges of the plate so they can wear it around their head.
Easter Egg Fruit Pizza
OMG. I am drooling just because I’m looking at this. I don’t really care if it’s in the shape of an egg but I’m sure the kiddos would love the easter feel.
As you probably already know, this would be a great idea for your Easter feast.
Easter Egg Greeting Card
What’s a better way to send your relatives your Easter greeting than sending them your kids’ handmade cards?
The grandparents would certainly love that and it might even make it to their refrigerator door. Check it out here.
Easter Egg Breakfast Pops
What a creative way to start Easter Sunday. Just imagine the joy on your kids’ faces when they get their first easter eggs first thing in the morning.
It would be the normal easter egg so they’ll even be more impressed! Learn the 101 here.
Easter Bunnies from Toilet Rolls
One of the things about home crafts, you can use household items that would seem to be of no use anymore to create something nice like these easter crafts.
Normally, you’d just throw away the toilet paper core. Start saving them, you’ll need them for easter!
Find the instructions here.
Easter Egg Painting Ideas
Here are different designs you can take inspiration from when you paint easter eggs with your kids. I personally really like the Minions ones.
It’s a personal preference but at least, you have lots to choose from! See the full list here.
Easter Bunny Juice Boxes
Serve these on Easter Sunday and your kids would be gasping in awe. They’re gonna be asking you where you bought the Easter Bunny juice packs and would want that as a staple in their school lunch box. Check out the idea here.
DIY Minnie & Mickey Easter Baskets
I can already imagine toddlers walking around the lawn, looking for easter eggs with their Minnie and Mickey easter baskets in tow.
I foresee an overload of cuteness and lots of pictures on social media websites! Seems promising, eh? Learn how to DIY here.
Shaving Cream Easter Eggs
Colored shaving cream will surely get your kids excited. Disclaimer: might make a whole lot of mess so keep your kids in check! ;)
See how to make your own marbled eggs here.
Easter Bunny Crayon Holder
Decorate your place for easter in the most pocket-friendly way possible. Make your own bunny banners! Check out the how-to here.
Mason Jar Chocolate Easter Bunny Gifts
Perfect giveaways if you’re going to have an Easter party with your friend! I bet their kids can’t wait to sink their teeth into that giant chocolate bunny. Learn how to pack them here.
Popcorn coated with different colored melted chocolate. Need I say more? Learn how to make it here.
Energy Burning Egg Hunt
Your older kids would get a kick out of this.
The usual easter egg hunt is probably getting boring for them so add a bit of twist by planting dud eggs that require physical activity!
Full idea here.
Egg Hunt Ideas
Whoever find the most eggs is so yesterday. Like I said, your older kids are probably bored. If you want to get them involved in the yearly tradition, make it more exciting and different! Check these ideas out!
Water Marbled Eggs
Nail polish and water. Those are the only things you need to get this pretty-looking eggs.
Amaze your kids, will ya? ;) Get the know-how here.
There are five different kinds here so your kids can have a bunny masquerade party at home! Take a peek here.
Glow in the Dark Eggs
By far the coolest out of all the easter crafts on this list.
Imagine the shocked expressions on your kids’ faces when you turn off the light and they find all the missing eggs! Wouldn’t it be cool to have a second round of hunting at night?
Learn how to make it here.
Mini Easter Basket
It’s not the kind you can use but it sure does make a very pretty door hanger. Make it here.
Easter Egg Dough Ornaments
Easter Candy Jars
These are such cute little jars your kids can use to keep their easter candies in. And, you can use them for storing other things afterward! Make your own here!
Paper Roll Bunnies
Cute little bunnies made from paper rolls will keep your kids busy and entertained.
Paper Bunnies With Bows
Looking for impressive name tags for your Easter brunch? See these cuties with a satin bow.
Pom Pom Bunny Wreath
Impress everyone with a beautiful Easter wreath made by fluffy pom poms and cute little bunny ears.
Easter Egg Template
You can use so many free printables for any holiday and celebration.
3D Egg Decorations
Lovely 3D paper decorations that you can place above the mantle, on the windows, or even on an Easter tree.
There you go! From food to crafts, you have more than enough easter crafts to keep your kids busy until Easter Sunday.
That would give you enough time to plan an even more special egg hunt where even your older kids will want to join!
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