Lucky Day for Crafting with Kids: Easter Crafts

Polka Dot Easter EggsTop o’ the mornin’ to ya! Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all those who celebrate and to all those who craft (it’s definitely a great crafting holiday). If you’re looking for some excellently lucky crafts to make today, hop on over here.

For those of you who decorated for the day of green ahead of time (yay for not proCRAFTinating) or if you have all the luck you need (I envy you), I gathered some of the cutest Easter crafts, since believe it or not, that holiday is right around the corner. There’s something about Easter (or perhaps it’s the fact that the long-forgotten sun starts shining again) that makes me smile. The chickies, bunnies, pastel, eggs, and ahhh the craftiness. Next to Christmas, I’m not sure there’s a craftier holiday than good ol’ Easter.

Grab the markers, pom poms, dye, and feathers and let’s get to crafting some of the must-make kids’ Easter crafts this season.

 

How to Dye Easter Eggs

(the cool way)Tie-Dye Easter Eggs

This Easter, your eggs are going to be awe-inspiring. Is that possible? Once you crack open these links to Easter glory it is. It was a tough decision, but I’m going to go ahead and award these Tie-Dye Easter Eggs first place. I love tie-dye, so there’s a bit of bias there, but they’re cool regardless. Kids will absolutely love dyeing Easter eggs in an original and fun way this year, so experiment with these awesome ways to dye Easter eggs.

Dotted Easter EggsRubber Band Easter Egg Coloring
Marbleized Easter Eggs
Mustache Easter Eggs
Polka Dot Easter Eggs
Ombre Easter Eggs

 

What to Make for Easter That’s Yummy

Easter Cookies

As much as holidays celebrate something special, they also celebrate our love of eating. It seems that parties are usually centered around food, and our stomachs wouldn’t have it any other way. Let’s make Easter no different, except for this special Sunday, let’s make the food adorable. Almost too adorable to eat. Almost.

Spring Critter Pretzels
Fluffy Easter Tree
Easter Nest Sugar Cookies
Easter Popcorn
Egg Brownies

 

Polka Dot Bunny CraftEaster Arts and Crafts for Kids

Line your mantel with bunnies and chickies, and when the joyful day finally arrives, make sure that you have enough Easter decorations to deck out your backyard. Easter arts and crafts for kids are inherently cute, so it’s difficult picking a favorite. That doesn’t mean that I can’t, though. I just absolutely love these polka dot toilet tube bunnies.

 

 

Cutest Li’l Chickadee
Easter Button Egg
Easter Wreath
11 Easter Crafts for Kids
19 Easy Easter Crafts for Kids

Do you decorate for Easter or do you focus more on the meaning of the holiday?

Comments

  1. komala says

    I do a lot of St.Patrick’ and Easter crafts with my kids at school, I am a preschool teacher. I love the toilet tube bunny.

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