Easter crafts for kids are great fun to do from the minute Spring graces our door. Help them celebrate new life by making cotton wool bunnies or creating a chicken out of their hand prints. Use cardboard tubes to make prints of bunnies and also turn cardboard boxes into bunnies. You can also turn them into cards to send to relatives or make them into gifts for additional favors for your party. Here are some of the best Easter ideas for you and the family to enjoy making together.
Tin Can Bunnies
Recycle Tin Cans to make these adorable Bunnies. Wrap them in different colored construction paper, and cut the ears from the same paper. You can then have your child paint the polka dots. Cut out features such as teeth, eyes and whiskers and glue on.
Some Bunny Loves You
Turn your little one’s foot print into a super cute bunny. Pop some pink paint on their and then print it onto paper. You can add the details such as the ears after. Then write the message “Some Bunny Loves You”. Cut into an oval shape so it looks like an egg. This would make a great greeting card for grandparents.
Another idea for cardboard tubes is to make them into a bunny shape and let your child print their own bunny pattern onto paper.
We’re including this video by Little Crafties to show you how they made their Easter Crafts.
Turn their finger prints into carrots by allowing them to dip their fingers into orange paint.
Help them to make Easter cards featuring Spring critters such as chickens.
Crafty foot print ideas are always popular and this Easter version is as creative as it gets. Paint pink onto their feet and print onto paper. Attach the footprints to a paper plate to make the bunny ears and add googly eyes and whiskers.
He is Risen Paper Plate Art
To recreate this idea, allow your child to paint the paper plate. Trace their hand onto craft paper and cut out. Cut cross shapes from black card stock glue them and the hand print to the front paper plate. Write the words “He is Risen” with a sharpie marker.
Footprint Bunny Art
To recreate this idea. pop some gray paint on their foot and print onto paper. Then you can add features such as grass and ears.
Paper Tube Bunnies
Save up those empty toilet paper tubes to make these adorable bunnies. Wrap them in polka dot paper and add googly eyes and foam feet.
Handprint art is a great way to cherish the size of your little ones hands forever – and this spring idea is perfect as it turns them into a little chicken.
Painting With Eggs
Use eggs as your medium by filling them with paint and throwing them at the canvas! It’s a lot of fun for the whole family and makes a great activity to do after Easter lunch.
Jesus Loves me This Much
Easter bunny hand print ceramic tile trivet.So cute, and special for a grandparent gift!
Turn their hand prints into adorable bunnies. It’s also a great project for friends and cousins alike. Put white paint on your child’s hand and make sure their fingers are spread apart before printing it onto the paper to form the bunny ears! Add details such as eyes, and pink paint for the ears, and put cute ribbons on each bunny.
Rabbit made from cardboard, very clever – you could also use this for decor too.
Turn mason jars into bunnies to give as gifts or favors for Easter.
This is a really cute milk lid chicks and bunnies craft for kids.
Help them to make a fun Easter card by cutting out an egg shape and letting them decorate it.
Use a styrofoam egg to make this hoppingly cute bunny.
Make this cute Foam Cup Bunny with googly eyes, a cup and craft paper.
Easter bunny craft with hand prints and foot prints! So cute!