Fun Easter Crafts For Kids

I love Easter, the kids and I spend time together cooking yummies and crafting, which is creating many beautiful memories. I’ve shared quite a few craft ideas over the years here on The Organised Housewife.  I have found some more really fun easter crafts for kids floating around the web, my favourite would have to be the Easter Bunny Photo, it’s so sweet and I am sure grandma would love to recieve it as a little gift.  These ideas are sure to inspire you!

Fun Easter Crafts For Kids

Cute Sock Easter Bunny, tutorial from We are Scout

Easter doesn’t have to be all about chocolate – skip the sugar rush (and the aftermath!) and give the kidlets these sweet little Easter bunny softies. Start with a pair of baby’s cotton socks, follow the tutorial, and with a bit of hand sewing you’ll have handmade gifts in no time.

Easter Crafts For Kids

Sharpie Easter Eggs, put dots around an Easter shaped sticker, tutorial can be found at Cutesy Craft.

Easter Crafts For Kids

Easter Bunny Shilhouette with Pom Pom Tail, tutorial available here.

My girls had alot of fun making this little bunny with it’s cute little pom pom tail, was a great wet weekend craft idea.

Easter Crafts For Kids

More Shapie Egg ideas, steps found at mom.me

Start by hard-boiling your eggs—they’re easier for little hands to hold this way, and are also more egg-hunt friendly.

Easter Crafts For Kids

Easter Egg Tree, tutorial at Sweet Floweret

Easter Crafts For Kids

Easter hand and footprint print, image credit unknown.

This is a gift that many family members would love to receive, how sweet would it be to see a line up of these over the years to see how the kids feet and hands have grown.

Easter Crafts For Kids

Easter Candy Pouches, tutorial available from Simply Modern Mom

It’s so simple to make and you probably already have the supplies at home.

Easter Crafts For Kids

Easter Egg Collage, image credit unknown

Easter Crafts For Kids

Easter bunny photo idea, image credit unknown

Easter Crafts For Kids

Easter Egg Suncatchers – tutorial available at Buggy and Buddy

Here’s one of our most unique Easter crafts for kids- egg suncatchers made with painted fabric. Kids love the experience of painting on a canvas other than paper, and the painted fabric looks so beautiful hanging in a sunny window!

Easter Crafts For Kids

Coffee Filter Bunny – step by step guide at Kids Craft Ideas

Easter Crafts For Kids

DIY Bunny Basket, instructions at Mer Mag

Easter Crafts For Kids

Easter Egg Potato Stamping, idea found via Crafty Morning

Easter Crafts For Kids

Stamped Bunny Craft, idea found via I heart crafty things

Easter Crafts For Kids

Magic Easter Eggs – Hatching & Foaming, tutorial at Fun at Home with Kids

Easter Crafts For Kids

I hope you enjoy making some these these fun easter crafts for kids

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8 comments

so fun! March 26, 2015 - 6:08 AM

thanks for the round up. You can find the easter egg collage on my site too :).
http://mermagblog.com/blogging-for-minted/?preview=true&preview_id=5400&preview_nonce=ccb8563c9f

xo
Mer

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Katie March 27, 2015 - 11:02 AM

Thanks so much for these!
My little man, who is 2 on Easter Sunday, is a coeliac with intolereances to dairy and soy. I was wondering if we would be able to celebrate with him at all, but some these great ideas are suitable for any age to enjoy.

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife March 27, 2015 - 11:24 AM

Ooh Katie he will love these! There are some really gorgeous ideas.:)

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Julie March 28, 2015 - 9:48 AM

Great collection of Easter activities.

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Kat - The Organised Housewife March 30, 2015 - 8:36 AM

Aren’t they just wonderful! I’ looking forward to be able to do lots of craft over the holidays with the kids.:)

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Bec @ The Plumbette March 30, 2015 - 7:34 AM

There are some great ideas here Katrina. I love these posts where you group them together. Saves me having to find them on Pinterest.

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Kat - The Organised Housewife March 30, 2015 - 8:38 AM

There are just so many cute ones!

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Anna March 13, 2022 - 3:57 AM

This year, I will persuade children to sew bunnies from socks. We’ll look for some colorful ones, because kids don’t wear them. But they are on sale! Thanks for the idea.

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