Spring is coming and that means tons of fresh crafts for kids. We all need an arsenal of activities to keep the boredom blues away, so we’ve rounded up some super cute Easter crafts for kids. Whether your littles love painting, paper crafting or drawing, there’s a little something for everyone on this list.
1. Potato Easter Egg Stamps
One walk down the stamp aisle at your craft store is all it takes to see how crazy expensive stamps are! For Easter this year, try making your own from potatoes! They are cheap, washable and you can toss them when you’re done (i.e. no storing more craft crap for your kids). Adults should be the ones to carve designs into the potatoes, but the kids can have all stamping fun.
Check out how easy it is to make your own potato stamps at PremeditatedLeftovers.com.
2. Easter Bunny Silhouette
Some spring-colored yarn, paper and tape is all you need to make this sweet bunny silhouette craft. This would be the perfect craft for your young kiddos to do and is totally framable too! All you have to do is lay out rows of the yarn, tape them down, then lay a sheet of paper with a bunny silhouette cut out on top. Easy peasy!
Head to KatiesCrochetGoodies.com to see how easy this craft is!
3. Tin Foil Easter Eggs
An egg-shaped cardboard cutout, foil and Sharpie markers are literally all you need for this craft. Wrap your cardboard that’s cut in the shape of an egg with foil, then let the kids go to down drawing shapes and lines. Oh, and don’t stray too far away because Sharpie markers and kids don’t always make a good pair!
See tons of additional craft ideas at IHeartCraftyThings.com.
4. Fingerprint Bunnies and Chicks
This craft is SO CUTE and easy. Use a stamp pad to get your kiddos fingers covered in ink, then press on paper. You can get creative drawing adorable faces and ears, then use as decor if you want. These would make cute heirloom crafts or would be perfect for giving to grandma and grandpa!
Head to SarahNDipities.indiemade.com to see the adorable fingerprint chicks too!
5. Popsicle Stick Chicks
These cute chicks make for a fun afternoon. Kids paint small popsicle sticks then glue to some cardboard to keep them together. Then just add those cute eyes, beak, wings and feet and let the fun begin!
There’s plenty more where this came from at CraftyMorning.com.
6. Easter Egg Ornaments
A craft for bigger kids or just you crafty moms, these Easter egg ornaments use paper, beads and yarn and are seriously cute. All it takes is some careful assembling and they’d make the perfect minimalist decor or a nice little add-on to an Easter basket.
See how these are made at TheLifeOfJenniferDawn.com.
7. Easter Chick Paper Plate Sewing Craft
A great craft for fine motor skills or for your little sewer, these chick paper plates are adorable! An egg shape is cut out of the center, then holes are made with a hole punch. String yarn through than add a fun face and wings using buttons and felt shapes.
See more steps on making this craft at RedTedArt.com.
8. Paper Easter Egg Wreath
Some fun Easter paper and an Easter egg cookie cutter mean this craft is cheap and easy. Use the cookie cutter to trace the shape, then have your kids cut out all the eggs. Glue to a wreath from cut out of a regular paper plate and hang with ribbon. So cute!
Check out TheResourcefulMama.com for more fun craft ideas.
9. Paper Plate Easter Bunny
A super simple craft for young ones, this paper plate Easter bunny is simply adorable. Made on a basic white paper plate, all you need is to glue pipe cleaners, a pom pom nose and google eyes to make the face. Add some paper ears and you’ve got the cutest bunny in town.
Check out TheBestIdeasForKids.com for more fun craft ideas!
10. Button Easter Egg
This whimsical craft is perfect for an afternoon craft and then you can use as a cute piece of Easter decor! Made using Spring-colored buttons and modge podge, this is a great craft for little fingers. Just trace an Easter egg shape onto a wood plaque like this one, or easily onto a piece of card stock and let the kids at it!
Check out more on this adorable craft at CarrieElle.com.