21 Easy Easter Crafts For Kids

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I love Easter and all the pretty , tasty, and adorable crafts and treats that come with it. These are our top 21 Easter activities for kids and parents to make and celebrate the holiday together. These crafts are all simple  and trust me the treats are easy to make too ( I am not that good in the kitchen).

Texture Easter Egg
Collage Carrot
Resist Easter Egg
Polka Dot Dyed Eggs
Soft Cotton Ball Bunny
Felt Carrot Treat Bag
Peek-A-Boo Chick
Rabbit R
Easter Egg E
Bubble Wrap Eggs
Jelly Bean Carrot Cupcakes
Frozen Yogurt Easter Eggs

Van Gogh Inspired Eggs
Marshmallow Easter Egg
Foam Easter Magnets
Yarn Easter Egg
Bunny Ears
Carrot Patch Cupcakes
Collage Easter Egg
Paint and Eat Waffles
Easter Chick Treat Box

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  1. says

    I just wanted to thank you for this blog, and all the AMAZING ideas you share! I stumbled across this blog about 4 months ago, and I’m not exaggerating when I say it has improved our quality of life!! I love doing fun, hands on things with my kids, but am not very creative when it comes to coming up with crafts for them. I would often search online, but found many of the things I found were overly complicated, or required supplies that were not easily obtained. The crafts/activities you share are PERFECT for my 4.5 year old and 21 month old. I love that the activities are simple, process focused, and always turn out super cute! Also, it is so much more motivating to do an activity when 99% of the supplies required are things that I already have. So, thank you for sharing, and keep up the good work!

    • admin says

      I can’t tell you how great it was to wake up this morning and read the comment. My son was late for school, my daughter went to school in PJs but I felt great knowing that I am doing something right 🙂 Thank you so much Karla!

  2. says

    So many fantastic ideas! We now have enough to keep us bus as far as Easter is concerned. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  3. says

    Awesome collection Allie! I love that picture of your son in bunny ears. I need to try out those yarn eggs this year too!

    My daughter goes with us in pjs to preschool drop off pretty much every morning. I am trying to decide when it isn’t appropriate any more (probably a few months ago? :)) I completely agree with Karla’s comments above. Love your site! You are fabulous.

  4. admin says

    Kristina you are too sweet! My son went to Safeway in his yesterday as part of our “Yes Day” and was in his anytime he could until he fell in love with a certain batman tee shirt. I gave up trying to get him out of them for preschool , I’d just put a tee shirt and pants on top.

  5. Amanda says

    I really love the blog, it is already marked as a favourite. This afternoon I’ll try yarn eggs with my 4 year old, in the hope it saves me from requests for Dora the Explorer!

  6. Amanda says

    I just found your blog when I was looking for some easier Easter crafts. I teach a class of 18 month to 3 year olds at church and would love something I can do with them. I am super excited to try the bunny ears. I think they will enjoy it!


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