We are officially in full spring mode! And you know what that means… Easter is right around the corner.
Aside from the annual egg hunt, face painting and bunny pictures at the mall, you may want to add a little something extra to your little chicks’ Easter celebrations.
Here are some fun craft ideas you can create with your kiddos that will make this Easter season one to remember.
Bunny Peeps Race Cars
Photo via Wonderful DIY
Get ready to indulge your sweet tooth! This cute craft idea from Wonderful DIY is one for the books. The driving bunnies are great to place as table decorations or to be used in gift baskets. Your kids will have a blast adding their own personal twist to their Twinkie cars. Another perk of creating these bunny racecars is that once the Easter celebrations are over, your little ones will be able to indulge on their unique creations.
Easter Egg Tree
Photo via Sweet Floweret
Think holiday trees are only for Christmas? Well, this Easter Egg Tree might change your opinion on that. Using a foam cone, glitter egg ornaments, Easter grass and a hot glue gun, you can create a wonderful project to be used after the Christmas holidays are over!
Popsicle Stick Baby Chick
Photo via Make and Takes
We love the idea of being able to create something festive and memorable. And this popsicle stick baby chick provides just that. Make and Takes offers step-by-step instructions on how to make this cute craft in a matter of minutes.
Marbled Paper Easter Eggs
Photo via Typically Simple
If you’re not afraid of a little mess then you won’t mind making Marbled Paper Easter Eggs. Children of all ages can complete this craft, but it is more appropriate for older children who can manage keeping the mess to a minimum. Hang them up on the walls on your home and this simple project will leave your guests flabbergasted when you tell them your little ones created them.
Easter Treat Holders
Photo via Powerful Mothering
Powerful Mothering has some really great ideas for Easter decorations, but this is one we just couldn’t resist. Use these treat holders as decorations and also for your kiddos to hold their Easter candy. This easy-to-make craft requires a lot of cutting gluing, painting and creativity!
What Easter crafts do you enjoy creating with your children? Let us know in the comments below.