Check out these recycled and easy easter crafts for kids. We've turned an empty fruit cup into a mini bunny treat basket.
These recycled crafts for kids are a great way to give out a little treat to all your classmates.
Fill these with chocolate easter eggs and other tasty treats.
Write on the ears saying Happy Easter.
Using a pipe cleaner or string you can also add a handle.
Simply punch holes in each side and tie on a handle.
On the night of Easter, fill these easy Easter crafts for kids with mini carrots and leave it out for the Easter bunny.
After you've eaten the contents of your fruit cups (or pudding containers) why not make this!
Cut your tissue paper into a bunch of squares. Make these around one inch square, but it does not have to be exact measurements.
Fill a bowl with a mixture for paper mache. This is half and half - water and glue.
Dip a piece of tissue paper into the glue/water mixture and place it on the fruit cup.
Repeat this until the entire cup is covered. Add a second layer to make it less see-through and more white.
Set this aside to dry.
Next is our ears. Cut out two ear shapes, that will fit nicely with the size of the fruit cup.
Add pink in the centers. If you want to write Happy Easter on them, now's the time!
Once the cup is dry, glue your cotton ball on one side of it. Add the red pom pom to the center of the cotton ball.
Glue your googly eyes just above the nose you just created.
Glue your ears on the opposite side of the bunny's face. Glue then on the inside of the cup - they will stick better here.
Fill it up with goodies or carrots and your all ready to give your treat cup to a friend, family member or the Easter Bunny!
Make a fun bumble bee bookmark with a popsicle stick and some crafting foam!
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These easy easter crafts for kids are a fun twist on giving out treats to your class or the Easter bunny. These are also a great way to recycle those little plastic cups and teach the kids how much fun recycling can be!