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The absolute cutest Easter crafts for kids!

The absolute cutest Easter crafts for kids!

The absolute cutest Easter crafts, projects and ideas for kids around. I love every single one of these!

After looking at these adorable Easter crafts for kids all morning, I am pretty convinced we are in the middle of the the cutest craft season of all. Between the fun spring colors and adorable animals you really can’t go wrong. We’ve rounded up a collection of fun and modern craft ideas to make with your kids or to gift to them this year. Hope you find something to inspire you here today

Easter Crafts for Kids

DIY bunny ears, printable goody bags, fleece chicks and more ... there are so many great Easter ideas in this post!

These Twist tie bunny ears are simple enough to make yourself and would delight any child who had an opportunity to wear them. Pair them with this bunny boutonniere for a super sweet combo. Everything is more fun coming out of one of these printable bunny goody bags, you could fill them with just about anything. May I recommend a few of these rainbow loom pencil toppers and some jelly beans? Can’t go wrong with a gift bag like that!

While we’re still talking about gifts, fill a basket with these soft, fleece spring chicks and you’re certain to win over your little animal lover who’s got a sweet spot for softies. After the gift giving is done, settle in for a quick craft you can do with your child. These bright and modern eggs made from cardboard are a show stopper and would make the sweetest garland once you were done.

The cutest Easter crafts for kids, I think even I could do most of these!!

Simple Easter Craft Ideas

Cute Easter crafts don’t need to be elaborate, check out this super fun, yet super simple chick gift wrap idea from Mollymoo. And how about this adorable marshmallow Sheep cake. Pretty sure even I could decorate a cake like this one! And these Wine cork bunnies are all sorts of awesome, but aren’t that hard to make at all.

Create custom Easter baskets by painting over old ones ... why didnt I think of that!

Sometimes all you need to make a cute craft is to embellish something that already exists. That’s what Kelly did for these three Easter baskets all made from the same tin bucket. See how she made the Green Grass Bucket, Pink Bunny Ears Basket, and the Bunny Silhoutte Basket.

Maybe all you need to do to induce a few smiles is add some ears to a cutie and call it Easter Snack. Or, dress up ordinary Easter Eggs by adding a few stencile after they’re dry. See how Haeley made hers here: Stenciled Easter Eggs

I just cant get over that wreath!

Now I know this next project is exactly for kids, but it was too gorgeous not to round up today and I’m sure kids would love to help Mom make her own. This graphic striped Easter wreath from Nest of Posies is simply my favorite!

To bring us back to the kids zone, look at these mod bunny weaving templates. Simple ideas with maximum impact. These would be great in busy bags, or to take to church or even to keep little hands busy and minds occupied while at a restaurant.

I hope you enjoyed this collection of Easter Crafts and are preparing to celebrate this special holiday in the simplest of ways. Look for a few more posts and ideas full of inspiration from us this week.


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I want to try every one of these Easter projects and ideas!


Stacy is seeing the world in a whole new way – through the eyes of her children. She writes about the little things, the big things and all the “stuff” in between at Kids Stuff World.

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