Need more easy Easter crafts that aren't about the Easter Bunny?? We've got tons! The ideas are endless, and we want to make sure the kids stay creative, and have lots to create!
We've got a few crafts made out of those household items you probably have in your cupboards - like paper plates, paper cups, or empty pop bottles!
And other items that are about everything BUT the Easter bunny himself.
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Fill this cute duck with a few little candies and it makes a great gift for your family and friends!
Supplies: Kinder container, craft foam, pipe cleaners, googly eyes, glue and scissors.
Fun way to get excited for the big Easter Egg hunt, and also a great way to make sure you don't drop your treats!
Supplies: White paper plate, Crayons, Pom poms (various colors), Pipe cleaner, Hole punch, Glue
These easy Easter crafts are a fun way to give out treats this Easter. Wrap them in a string mache Easter egg.
This can also be used just as decoration, without treats in the center.
Supplies: String (or yarn), Treats, Glue, Water, Bowl
This craft turns an ordinary paper plate into a cute fuzzy little bunny!
Glue your large googly eyes onto your paper plate, in the place you would like your bunny's eyes.
Cut out two equal size ears out of your white construction paper. Use a pink marker and color in the center for the bunny's ears.
Glue you pink pom pom for the nose in the center of the plate.
Glue cotton balls all over the plate to fill it completely.
Cut your pipe cleaners into 6 smaller pieces. Glue three of these to each side of the nose.
Get some string and cut out some feet from construction paper and add feet! Or even hands and arms!
Every kid needs a treat basket for Easter morning! These easy easter crafts will help you make a cute basket out of a recycled empty pop bottle.
Have an adult cut the top half off of your pop bottle. This will leave a bowl like container for your Easter treats.
Cut out different Easter designs and glue them all over the outside of your basket.
Punch a hole in each side of the top of your basket.
Use pipe cleaners or string, and tie it into each side. This will create your handle to carry your basket.
Fill it with tissue paper or basket filling, and treats of course!.
Make your house an unforgettable stop for the easter bunny with these easter crafts for kids! Be sure to check back with us frequently, we are always coming up with new ideas to share!!