It’s hard to believe that another Easter is just around the corner. This is going to be Bee’s second Easter and I’m sure it will be the more fun than last year’s Easter! She’s over a year and a half old, she’s walking, she’s talking. She’s gonna love searching for Easter eggs!
Ya know what else she’s probably enjoy? Easter themed crafts!
Okay, that may not be true. She’s probably still too young for that. But a mom can dream, can’t she?
A lot of you loved my Valentine’s Day craft round up last month. I figured why not help out all you moms with kids old enough to do arts and crafts projects again? So I compiled a list of my favorite kid friendly Easter crafts. I hope you enjoy it! I definitely can’t wait until Bee is old enough to do these!
I’m sure this project would be super messy, but how awesome would a marbled egg strand of garland be? I think this would be a great project!
A seriously simple craft for your kids that only requires 5 items! This seems like a very fitting project for a blog called “Easy Peasy and Fun”.
Aren’t these cute? Your kids will have a ball making them, then they can be used as an Easter decoration after!
I actually really love this one. When I was a kid, I loved candy necklaces. I can’t help but think a jelly bean necklace would be way better than any candy necklace I’ve ever experienced!
This is actually very similar to a craft I shared for Valentine’s Day. I’m still not sure that I am talented enough to make the tree look decent, but I really like the idea of decorating the tree with Bee’s fingerprints.
An easy craft that your child is sure to love! Popsicle sticks and hand cut outs. Two things kids love!
I think this would be a really cute project, especially if you’re going to have other kids over for Easter. You and your little could make these to hand out to his friends or cousins.
I really like this idea from Design Mom. You could totally make an Easter Tree like she did, too!
I think that when it comes to kids crafts, simplicity really is key! I never would have thought to use cupcake liners for this craft. Super clever idea!
I love these adorable little suncatchers. And they’re really easy to make, too!
Popsicle sticks: a craft supply every parent knows well! They are inexpensive and can be used for countless projects.
I shared Alpha Mom’s heart paper plate project in my Valentine’s Day craft post in February. It seems like such a cute and simple idea, I couldn’t help but share the bunny ear version this time around!
I’d be pretty impressed if I were able to make a finger puppet bunny that looked this nice! Even more amazed if my child could do it.
Although I know it would never look like this, I also know that any kid would love to participate in making their very own finger puppet!
Another simple and adorable craft by Easy Peasy Fun. Definitely worth checking out!
I can guarantee you these masks would be a hit for any kid! I would have loved masks like this when I was younger!
Heck… I’d probably wear them now, too, if I made one!