Celebrate and tell Jesus' story with these religious Easter crafts for kids.
Easter is the celebration of the resurrection of Jesus. It is a more important meaning to Easter then just an Easter bunny.
Crafts for this part of the holiday revolve around Jesus and his resurrection; as well as Palm Sunday.
Don't forget our other Easter crafts, like all these Easter bunny ones!!
Hand Print Lillies
Make a beautiful memento out of your Palm Sunday leafs.
These can be used to wear as a bracelet or can be left in one length and hung on the wall.
Another way is to create two - one a little shorter. Make them into a cross.
Palm leaf from Palm Sunday
Separate three leaves of your blessed palm.
Weave them together, alternating overlapping on over the other
A nice decoration to hang on your wall.
Glue the two popsicle sticks together in the shape of a cross.
Drape the piece of purple ribbon over the arms of the cross, and glue it in place.
Cut the green construction paper into the shape of a cloud (so it looks like bushes).
Cut small flowers out of the yellow construction paper and glue them on the green piece.
Glue the green bush to the bottom of the cross.
Lilly is the flower used on Easter in memory, create pretty ones with your hands.
Trace out three hand prints on the white paper. Cut these out. Set aside.
Take three green pipe cleaners and attach a yellow pipe cleaner to one end. Curl the yellow one into a "U" around the green one. This is your stem and center yellow.
Take each hand print and curl then into a cone. Glue them.
Curl each finger outwards for petals.
Put the green pipe cleaner through the hole of the flower pulling down until the yellow is in the center of the handprint.
Tie the three green steams together with a pink bow
Easter is not only filled with candy, chocolate and Easter bunnies; it also has a very special religious meaning and these religious easter crafts for kids are a great way to bring that meaning to life.