Egg-citing Easter Crafts: 10 DIY Ideas for a Fun-filled Holiday!

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Egg-citing Easter Crafts: 10 DIY Ideas for a Fun-filled Holiday!

Spring has arrived, and with it comes the holiday season of Easter. Whether you're celebrating with family, friends, or on your own, one great way to get into the Easter spirit is by crafting some fun and festive decorations.

From cute bunny garlands to colorful egg wreaths, there are so many creative ways to add a touch of Easter to your home. So, grab your scissors, glue, and crafting supplies, and let's get started on these 10 DIY Easter craft ideas!

Kid playing with easter activity

 0-3 years:

  1. Handprint Chick: Paint your child's palm yellow and fingers orange. Press it onto paper to make the chick's body and feet. Add a face with a black marker or googly eyes.
  2. Tissue Paper Eggs: Cut out an egg shape from white paper. Cover it with glue and stick on small pieces of colored tissue paper to make a colorful egg.

 4-6 years:

  1. Easter Egg Suncatchers: Cut out egg shapes from colored tissue paper. Cover a piece of contact paper with sticky side up and arrange the tissue paper on top. Cover with another piece of contact paper and cut out the eggs. Hang them in a window to catch the sunlight.
  2. Bunny Headbands: Cut out a strip of white paper to fit around your child's head. Cut out bunny ears and glue them to the headband. Add a pink nose and whiskers for extra cuteness.

 7-10 years:

  1. Egg Carton Flowers: Cut out the cups from an egg carton. Paint them in bright colors and glue them together to make a flower. Add a pipe cleaner stem and green leaves.
  2. Yarn Easter Eggs: Inflate a small balloon and wrap colorful yarn around it, covering it completely. Spray with watered-down glue and let it dry. Pop the balloon and remove it from the inside to reveal a yarn Easter egg.

Family:

  1. Easter Wreath: Cut out a wreath shape from cardboard or foam. Let each family member decorate an egg shape with paint, markers, or glitter. Glue the eggs onto the wreath and add a ribbon for hanging.
  2. Bunny Planter: Paint a small terracotta pot with white paint. Cut out bunny ears from paper and glue them to the back of the pot. Add a face with markers or paint. Fill the pot with soil and plant grass or flowers. 

Teenagers:

  1. Easter Egg Bath Bombs: Mix together baking soda, citric acid, cornstarch, and coconut oil to ake a bath bomb mixture. Add your choice of color and fragrance oils. Press the mixture into egg-shaped molds and let them dry.
  2. Painted Rock Bunnies: Collect smooth rocks and paint them white. Add a face and ears with paint or markers. Display them in a basket or use them to decorate your garden.

Note: Don't forget to use our plant-based bowls and plates to organize your materials while you work on these crafts. You can also check out our pinterest board herefor more ideas.