Easter is almost here and that means the start of spring, warmer weather and cute Easter crafts! There are so many neat ideas out there, from different baking ideas to fun kids’ crafts that take very little time to put together. Everyone is always looking for cute ways to get the kids involved in making crafts.
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These Fabric Bunnies from Optimistic Mommy are cute and fast to make. You can use them for a neat table decoration or even put them in kids baskets. They only take a few supplies to make and the kids may even want to try, but there is sewing involved so take caution when creating this craft. Find the tutorial here.
Peeps Pudding Cups
Did you know 1.5 billion Peeps are consumed each spring and an average of 5.5 million are made every day? That’s a lot of Peeps. It’s no wonder there are so many great food ideas that use Peeps. We found this recipe from Mom Foodie and the kids and even adults will love these and assemble in minutes. Find the recipe here.
Easter Carrot Cheese Ball
If you’re hosting an Easter Dinner and are looking for a cute alternative idea for the popular cheese with a twist, we have found one that will be sure to please. This Easter Carrot Cheese Ball from Yummy Healthy Easy will be the focal point of the table. Find the recipe here.
Peeps On A Stick
More Peeps! This candy is really versatile. Peeps On a Stick are much cuter on a stick all wrapped up than in the box. These can be assembled for easy centerpieces, given away to people as gifts or in Easter baskets. The kids can even help make these with a little help. Find the directions from Your Homebased Mom here.
Easter Bunny Crayons
This is a fun craft that the kids can make and all you need are crayons and a silicone mold. These are cute for the kids to draw and color with and you can fill up baskets or plastic eggs with them. The directions for these crayons from Moonfrye can be found here.
DIY Paint Chip Easter Garland
This craft from Modern Parents Messy Kids, uses paint chips and is fairly easy to assemble. Included on the site is a template to use for the eggs and have the kids trace them onto the paint chips and cut them out. Find the tutorial and template here.
Dad’s Easter Stache
Don’t forget about Dad! With this Easter basket from Inspired by Familia, Dad will have his own “Stache.” Included on the site are free printable cards and you can have the kids pick out some things to include in the basket. Find the directions here.
Are you looking for new crafts or have a favorite? Let us know in the comments! Happy Easter!