Here's a round-up of some of my favorite Easter craft ideas for kids! Some of these crafts will be easy for preschool kids, and some crafts will better for older kids who are learning to sew. These all are great craft ideas that are absolutely CUTE, adorable, and a fun way to celebrate Easter.
This is a cute preschool or kindergarten craft idea from Oriental Trading's Free-N-Fun Easter site. Cut out a white lamb shape, ears, purple legs, and glue them together. Spread a thin layer of glue on the body of the lamb, and let your little one place the popcorn pieces on top of the layer of glue. Let it dry.
Sticker Easter Eggs
Why not dress up your already dyed eggs with some fun stickers. Use a hole puncher to cut out small circles out of colored paper, and glue them on the eggs to make a creative design! This one is from BHG.
Welcome your guests with this colorful Easter wreath. Glue foam eggs shapes (or even paper) together and decorate with stickers. I made this in 30 minutes – see the Easter wreath tutorial here.
Easter Egg Centerpiece
This cute and easy Easter egg centerpiece comes is from Simply Crafty. All you need are pre-made egg picks from the dollar store, easter grass, foam block, and container. Love that this craft is quick and inexpensive!
Jelly Bean Topiary
This topiary from the Crafty Sisters is another easy craft. Insert a craft stick into a foam ball, add the jelly beans with hot glue, and insert into a foam base that is inset into a flower pot. Add moss on top. Make sure you have adult supervision for this one, especially with the hot glue gun!
Easter Egg Snowflakes Paper Craft
All you need for this adorable craft are colored paper and scissors! Cut out an egg shape out of paper, fold it in quarters, and start cutting your patterns. This is a good craft for kids who are working on cutting skills and shape recognition. Instructions for this Easter paper craft are here.
Easter Peeps Banner
This Easter Peeps banner is for the more advanced crafter. You'll need the bunny bunting pattern from Dana Made It, cut out your felt bunnies, sew the bunnies, and add them to the ribbon. You'll see detailed instructions at Dana Made It.
Chocolate Birds' Nests
These look scrumptious! The Curvy Carrot used chow mein noodles, peanut butter, butterscotch chips, chocolate chips, and mini Cadbury eggs to make this festive treat!
Carrot Patch Cookies
What kid wouldn't love these adorable carrot patch cookies? Make the outline of the garden bed with sugar wafer cookes and attach with chocolate frosting. Fill the beds with frosting and chocolate wafer cookie crumbs. Use orange Mike and Ike candies to make the carrots and green gummy candy to make the carrot tops. This is from Spoonful.
This would make a great Easter treat for your child's classmates or Easter basket filler! Add 2 peeps, some graham crackers, and a chocolate easter bunny to a bag. This is a cute, easy, and sweet treat from Scrappin' with My Bug.
I hope these ideas helped inspire you to work on some Easter crafts with your kids! Have a great week and happy Easter!