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Fun & easy Easter crafts for kids



Make your kids hoppy with these simple crafts

Fun and easy Easter crafts for kids


Kids love to decorate for the holidays. We have some great crafts for your kids to make and help you decorate. They can even decorate themselves. Have fun and a Hoppy Easter.

Easter Bunny Ears Headband from Party with Unicorns

All you need is some paper, scissors and glue to make this cute little headband. Your kids will bounce around happily all day long with their new bunny ears. 

Q-tip painted Easter eggs from No Time for Flash Cards

Grab the kid-friendly paint, a muffin tin, maybe some glitter and of course, the cotton swabs. Kids can decorate eggs to their hearts content with very little mess.

Easter Hatching Chick Paper Craft from Easy Peasy and Fun

This little chick is adorable. It takes a few more items to make but is still a super simple craft. Bonus: googly eyes!

Easy painted Easter rocks from Creative Fun with Arts & Crafts

Enlist the kids to find some egg-shaped rocks and then have it. Just a little paint and a sealer (if your want to display your masterpieces outdoor) and you have Easter eggs that don’t break.

Crafty Popsicle Stick Baby Chick for Spring from makeandtakes.com

These little guys are super cute and easy to make. Grab some jumbo popsicle sticks and your crafting basket. These go together with just a few pieces. The most adorable part is your kids’ hands are the wings.

Want more Easter crafts to do with kids? Our Easter Pinterest board is loaded with fun. Click here for more crafts.



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