20 Hopping Fun Easter Crafts
We love Easter and we love crafting so Easter time can be a lot of fun in my home. In fact, Sylvia will have been painting her own artwork as part of a painting competition which we look forward to sharing in a few days. In the meantime, we have this fun roundup of Hopping Fun Easter Crafts for kids.
Easter Crafts for Kids
“Process Art Scrape Painting with Bunny Silhouettes“ by Projects with Kids
Let’s dig right in and get messy! I feel like Easter crafts are the messiest of all the holiday crafts, even if the only thing you only dye Easter eggs.
Just buy yourself a big roll of craft paper and just keep your dining table covered for the next week because, guaranteed, your kids are going to make a fun mess they will want to repeat again, and again, with this great process art bunny silhouette from Projects with Kids.
“Easy Bunny Bookmark” by Red Ted Art
Have you seen those cute corner bookmarks crafts yet? Maggy and her kids are wild about them, and couldn’t resist creating a fun bunny version for Easter. Make two large (or four small) from one sheet of paper with a pair of scissors and a basic origami bookmark fold.
These bookmarks are a great starter project to introduce children to origami and all of the wonderful things they can create with paper.
Visit Red Ted Art to watch her video tutorial and find more fun crafts to do with your little ones.
“Easy Peeps® Paint Chip Puzzles” by Pint Sized Treasures
Every time I walk by the paint section of my favourite hardware store I come home with a handful of paint chips that I don’t know if I need, but just couldn’t leave sitting there on the shelf.
The colours are stunning and there are a million craft and creative uses for them — like these adorable Peeps® inspired puzzles for Easter! They are one part craft, one part gift, and one part fun and you have to add them to your Easter crafting projects this week! T
hey are too cute to leave out! Visit Pint Sized Treasures to learn how to get the perfect puzzle design for this great Easter activity.
More Fantastic Easter Craft Ideas!
Easter Magazine Rolled Crosses by Mama to 6 Blessings
Easy Peeps® Paint Chip Puzzles by Pint Sized Treasures
Hey Chick Printable Purse by Pint Sized Treasures
Easter Bunny Crayon Box by Organized 31
Easy Felt Easter Bunny Tutorial by Molly and Mama
Handmade Watercolor Easter Cards by Growing Up Gabel
Mini Easter Baskets K Cup Easter Craft by Growing Up Gabel
Easter Bunny Bottle Art by The Inspiration Edit
Milk Carton Bunny Easter Basket by Growing Up Gabel
Tiered Tray Easter Basket by Ribbons and Glue
Watercolor Easter Egg Art by Projects with Kids
Happy Bunny in Egg Pouch by Sparkles to Sprinkles
DIY Bunny Ears by Pretty My Party
Paper Plate Easter Sewing Craft by Red Ted Art
Bunny in the Carrot Sewing Craft For Kids by The Inspiration Edit
Easy Bunny Bookmark by Red Ted Art
Easter Minion Crafts: Super Silly Finger Puppets by Sustain My Craft Habit
Easter Bunny Paper Bag Puppet by Glue Sticks & Gumdrops
Fancy Faberge Inspired Easter Eggs Craft by Jenny at Dapperhouse
Process Art Scrape Painting with Bunny Silhouettes by Projects with Kids
Did you see our Recycled Bunny Crayons? They are super fun and a great idea for making use of old crayons.
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You might also like to try making Easter Bunny Tails
All you need to do is buy some candy floss, pop it in a bag and make some bunny labels. You can draw or print them!
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts and having fun as a family. Angela has also taught cooking skills and loves to share both family recipes and easy crafts here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!