The Easter Bunny will be hopping through soon, so I thought it would be fun to do some Easter crafts for kids! The ones we made came from Easy Peasy and Fun and Debbie at One Little Project.
Bunny and Chick Origami
Remember those little paper “fortune tellers” you used to make as a kid? This craft is a twist on those, and super cute! A little folding, a little cutting, and a little glue makes this adorable bunny or chick craft! Check out the full tutorial and printable from Easy Peasy and Fun.
Easter Bunny Corner Bookmark
A few months ago, we did a heart corner bookmark, and this is an easter twist on that idea. Bonus points for encouraging your kids to read! You can also find the full tutorial on this one from Easy Peasy and Fun.
I’m a sucker for anything that preserves those little handprints, so this craft got a definite yes from me! Trace and cut a handprint out of paper, then roll and tape it up. Attach it to a pipe cleaner (or we used craft sticks) and you can make a beautiful bouquet of these cute handprint lilies! Full tutorial from One Little Project.
Peekaboo Clothespin Eggs
These are so cute, and my daughter thought it was hilarious that the little chick hides in the egg!
You just need scissors, crafter’s tape, marker or pen, craft foam, clothespins, a little yellow paper, and cardboard. This is also from One Little Project.
Cupcake Liner Flowers
This idea came from One Little Project, but we put our own spin on it and used coffee filters to create a few different varieties of flowers.
Easter Crafts for Kids
Here are some other tutorials that caught my eye, but we ran out of time for:
- Painted Handprint Flowers
- Easter Bunny and Egg Stamps from Recycled Paper Roll
- Paper Roll Chicks
- Paper Plate Easter Basket
- Squeegee Paint Easter Egg Art
- Paper Plate Easter Bunny
These bright and fun crafts are sure to bring some springtime into your home, and likely some giggles as well! Happy crafting!