7 Cute Easter Crafts for Kids

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Easter will be here faster than you can say “jellybeans,” and your kids will love getting ready for the Bunny by making one of the many fun Easter crafts out there to choose from. We’ve found seven of our favorites that you can do with children of all ages. What are you waiting for? Hop to it!

1. Fluffy Paper Plate Bunnies. It couldn’t get any easier or cuter than these. All you need are a paper plate, cotton balls, construction paper, pipe cleaners, and a few other supplies and you can make an adorable, fluffy, paper plate Easter Bunny. The little ones will be tickled pink!

2. Wine Cork Chicks. How ridiculously cute are these wine cork chicks? And they’re even more ridiculously simple to make. You knew you were saving those corks for a reason …

3. Toilet Roll Peeps. Just try to find a better way to reuse old toilet paper rolls  we dare you! These toilet roll peeps are the perfect craft to do with toddlers and preschoolers. They’ll melt your heart and theirs when you’re all finished.

4. Bunny Mask. Using just some popsicle sticks, a pink pom-pom, and pipe cleaners, you can help your sweetie pies play Easter Bunny themselves with these homemade bunny masks. Watch the kids’ delight when they hold them up to their faces and hop around the house!

5. Egg Bunnies. This is a great Easter craft for families with older kids, and the result is just gorgeous. You need plastic eggs, white yarn, some felt and a few other supplies to make these impressive egg bunnies. They’re pretty enough to use as “real” Easter decorations.

6. Fingerprint Bunnies & Chicks. These fingerprint Easter bunnies and chicks are so simple but so precious. They’re a darling craft to do with babies and toddlers  but older children can get in on the action too.


7. Easter Egg Balloons. These Easter egg balloons will give kids of all ages a thrill. Buy a bunch of pastel-colored latex balloons, blow them up and then paint polka dots, stripes and other designs on them to make them look like Easter eggs. Way to make balloons even more fun and festive!

Do you have any other Easter craft ideas that are good to do with kids?