Easter will soon be here, and we have a list of super-easy crafts for kids. No one loves Easter crafting more than the little ones, so gather the supplies needed and start making memories with your children and grandchildren. The crafts we chose are straightforward to make and are almost guaranteed to produce good results.
Easter Bunny Craft Ideas from Lake Champlain Chocolates
Lake Champlain Chocolates has generously offered two free Easter Bunny template downloads that you can print, decorate and then attach their delicious easter candies to make cute little holiday cards and place cards. A bunny head template and a rabbit body hold carrot-shaped chocolate. Your children will love making these cute bunny crafts, plus eating the most delicious Easter chocolate made by the company as an added treat.
Easter Ice Cream Cone Treats from Crafty Morning
Everyone loves candy! Your little ones will enjoy making these candy-filled ice cream cone treats. Candy-filled cones are probably one of the easiest nonmessy easter crafts out there. Just fill a cone with candy and place it in a cone-shaped plastic bag. Easy peasy!
Easy Painted Easter Egg Rocks for Kids from Projects with Kids
Gather some egg-shaped stones from your backyard or buy some rocks from your local craft store or garden center. Gather some craft paints and brushes, then let your budding artists paint them in pasted colors for Easter. What fun!
Paper Plate Easter Bunny Craft from The Best Ideas for Kids
Paper plate crafts are classic. These cute bunny face crafts are easy and fun to make. Even the youngest child can make a bunny paper plate craft with just a little help from mom and dad.
DIY Crystal Egg Geodes from Artsy Fartsy Mama
Do you have a budding geologist in your family? Help them explore their scientific curiosity with this crystal egg geode craft. It is both fun and educational.
Shaving Cream Marbled Paper Easter Eggs from Typically Simple
What child doesn’t enjoy playing with paint and shaving cream? This beautiful paper egg banner is fun on so many levels! Let your kids go wild with this enjoyable craft project.