Easter is full of some of the cutest critters – baby chicks, bunnies, and lambs. The colorful eggs. Chocolate everything. What’s not to love? A great way to get children into the holiday mood is by making Easter crafts. These 21 crafts I have listed below cover a wide variety of topics.
There’s painting with various mediums (some you might even be surprised by), instruments, a mask, an Easter egg mosaic, and enough festive projects to keep your little ones busy well before Easter ever gets here.
1 – Break out that contact paper because this Easter bunny craft is definitely going to wow the neighbors!
Easter Bunny Sun Catchers – Simple Mom Project
2 – A printer, scissors and glue has never become just a beautiful melody. Make this adorable Easter bunny now!
Build-a-Bunny Easter Craft – Simple Mom Project
3 – Felt and an embroidery hoop come together to make this super cute Easter wall hanging.
DIY Easter Bunny Wall Hanging – Making of a Mom
4 – Painting is awesome. But painting with q-tips is even more awesome! Check out this adorable Easter egg painting activity.
Easter Egg Q-tip Painting – Simple Mom Project
5 – Rock painting is a great craft in itself. But how much more fun would it be to paint the rocks as Easter eggs. Leave them around to spread that holiday cheer!
Painted Easter Egg Rocks – Projects with Kids
6 – This Easter bunny craft is a great way to show kids how art can be made with negative space.
Bunny Art Project with Chalk Pastels – Projects with Kids
7 – Art doesn’t have to be made with expensive mediums. Take this salt painting for example. These Easter eggs shimmer and are so colorful!
Salt Glitter Easter Egg Canvas Art – Crayons and Cravings
8 – It’s surprising how many different things can make paint. These Sharpie markers don’t disappoint!
Easter Painting with Sharpies – Meraki Mother
9 – Skip eating those sugary Peeps – use them as stamps to create cute Easter art.
DIY Peeps Painting Easter Craft – Mama Cheaps
10 – Finger knitting may take a little time to figure out – but the results are well worth it! Don’t be intimidated – this is a kids craft.
DIY Finger Knitting Bunny – Red Ted Art
11 – This is an easy sewing project for kids. They sew within the spots on the paper plate and in the end, they have cute Easter chicks.
Easter Paper Plate Sewing Project – Red Ted Art
12 – Another fun build-an-animal craft, we couldn’t resist making an adorable Easter Chick too!
Build-a-Chick Easter Craft – Simple Mom Project
13 – This bracelet may require some help from a guardian – but kids will love this sugary accessory!
Jelly Bean Bracelet – Kids Activities Blog
14 – This suncatcher tutorial uses fabric to create colorful Easter eggs perfect to hang in your window.
Easter Egg Suncatchers – Simple Mom Project
15 – Doilies already have a beautiful pattern to them, but throw on some color and cut into shape and they make some of the prettiest Easter eggs you’ve ever seen.
Easter Egg Doily Craft – A Little Pinch of Perfect
16 – Invitation to Create projects are perfect for children. It allows them to explore their creativity and imagination. This Easter egg craft is no different.
Invitation to Create Felt Easter Eggs – The Best Ideas For Kids
17 – This is another craft that doesn’t require anything expensive or fancy to make. Perfect for kid crafting on a budget.
Paper Plate Easter Bunny – The Best Ideas For Kids
18 – This Dollar Store craft is not only cute but gives kids a great way to use their fine motor skills!
Mini Egg Easter Craft – The Best Ideas For Kids
19 – Resist art is always a classic kids craft. Grab a white crayon and create some Easter eggs that will wow your kiddos.
Watercolor Surprise Easter Egg Art – Rhythms of Play
20 – These mosaic Easter eggs is another great way to let your children’s creativity take center stage. Let them pick the colors and pieces they want to use to create some beautiful pictures.
Mosaic Easter Eggs – The Pinterested Parent
21 – This simple and easy Easter mask will leave you with a house full of cute hopping bunnies!
Bunny Nose Masks – Simple Mom Project
What are your favorite Easter characters? What crafts are you going to make with your children this holiday season? I’d love to see what you’re family has made! Be sure to share in the comments and inspire others with your work!