With the Easter holidays fast approaching, some Easter art inspiration could be just the ticket to keep your little ones entertained. And I’m not talking the complex, disappointment-inducing projects that are doomed for disaster. I’m talking simple, easy, cheap Easter crafts that your children will love.
There are heaps of ideas online ranging from dead easy to ‘have you got a degree’ hard. But you can save your searching for the Easter egg hunt, as we’ve combed the web to find you the best (and simplest) Easter craft projects in the world.
So grab the glue and get crackin’ with these tried and tested Easter craft ideas.
EASTER CRAFTS YOUR KIDS WILL LOVE
STAINED GLASS EASTER EGGS
Easy, yet highly effective, these beautiful stained glass Easter eggs will look fabulous on your windows. Make sure the neighbours can see what a fabulously hands-on mum you are.
Love, love, love these footprint carrots. Why not do a few and make a carroty pathway along your art wall? Or write on the back and use as Easter cards?
Super-simple and lots of fun, this bunny mask can be made by little hands and used by all. Make a few and give them to friends and family.
PAINTED EASTER EGGS
The ultimate kids Easter craft idea .. painted eggs. It’s a fairly lengthy but straight-forward process that will fill an Eastery afternoon. The end-result will be worth the effort.
LITTLE PHOTO BUNNIES
Absolutely the funniest Easter craft for kids. These little photo bunnies are a heap of fun to make and will have the recipients hopping with happiness.
TOILET ROLL EASTER PUPPETS
A seasonal craft activity can’t go by without a use for empty toilet rolls. Use yours this Easter to create these super-cute Easter puppets.
EASTER BONNETS FOR BEGINNERS
Be panic-free and prepared for the Easter parade this year. Easter bonnet making is the iconic Easter craft for kids. Check out these eggs-tra special bonnet ideas.
SIMPLE EASTER EGG BASKETS
You’ll want to put all your eggs in one basket this Easter once you’ve made these crafty creations. If you’re hosting an Easter egg hunt, why not name the baskets to make everyone feel special?
These Easter craft ideas should go some way to keeping your children entertained this holiday season.
And remember, even if they’re old enough to make them themselves, they’ll enjoy it more if you join in. Manage your time accordingly so you can give them your undivided attention. Then stick the kettle on, toast some hot cross buns, roll-up your sleeves and immerse yourself in the moment. You never know, you may just find you have a hidden talent for creating cotton wool bunnies.
Hugs, kisses and Easter wishes from Beanstalk.