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20 Easter Crafts for Kids

Looking for something fun to do with the kids this Easter? We have compiled 20 fun and easy activities to try with your kids from some amazing bloggers! Check out 20 Easter crafts for kids of all ages! You’ll find something here for everyone.

Simply click the link below each picture for directions.

Peeps Edible Puffy Paint

Brought to you by Messy Little Monster, this edible puffy-paint craft is a fun activity all kids are sure to love!

Homemade Easter Egg Bath Bombs

Make these Easter egg bath bombs using plastic Easter eggs as molds. Check out this post from Mom Foodie for ingredients and directions.

Clothing Peg Easter Bunnies

Brought to you by Emma Owl, here is a fun clothes-pin Easter bunny craft! And what a cute addition to a flower arrangement!

Spring Butterfly Craft for Kids

Here is a fun butterfly activity from The Savvy Mama Lifestyle.

Easter Bunny Pom Pom Craft

Check out this adorable little pom pom Easter bunny from Moms Who Save. Included in the link is a free printable!

Paper Plate Easter Sewing Craft

What an easy and fun sewing craft for children from Red Ted Art! This craft can even help build fine motor skills! Mom win!

Easy Paper Bunny Bookmark Corner

Also from Red Ted Art, here is the cutest little bunny bookmark that I ever did see!

Easy Peeps Play Dough Recipe

Who doesn’t love play dough? And play dough made of peeps? Even better. Check out this fun recipe from Conserva Mom!

Yarn Crafts for Kids

From Natural Beach Living, here is a fun and easy Easter craft made with yarn.

Easter Egg Potato Stamp Activity

Also from Natural Beach Living, this Easter egg potato stamp activity is fun and unique.

How To Make Skittles Paints

Make water color paint with Skittles by checking out this activity from Crayons and Cravings. You will also find a free Easter egg printable!

Cardboard Tube Bunny Rabbit Family

Here is an adorable bunny rabbit craft using toilet paper rolls, brought to you from Crafts By Amanda.

Easter Egg Sun Catcher

Also from Crafts By Amanda, you can make a sun catcher with tissue paper and contact paper.

Easter Chick Handprint Craft

Here is a cute activity from Mom vs The Boys which is fun for the kiddos and an easy way to remember just how tiny those little hands once were.

Upcycled Easter Crayon Shapes

Make new and colorful crayons with your old, used crayons with this activity from Simplify Create Inspire! This link includes a free Easter card printable as well.

Paper Plate Easter Bunny Craft

This Easter bunny craft from The Best Ideas for Kids is super easy and super cute!

Fluffy Chick Craft For Kids

Check out this cute pom-pom chick craft from Simple Everyday Mom. Click the link above for directions and to access a free printable template.

Easy Bunny Craft

Here is a fun Easter bunny craft made by rolling marbles through paint!

Footprint Easter Bunny Card

How adorable is this Easter card idea from Messy Little Monster? Document your cutie’s foot print and send a card at the same time.


Handprint Easter Bunny

This is another cute card idea for the little ones from Emma Owl.

We hope these activities will make your Easter even more fun and special! Enjoy!

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10 responses to “20 Easter Crafts for Kids”

  1. Ann says:

    I love Easter and these are adorable! Full disclosure I’m totally making some easter egg bath bombs for ME!! 🙂

    • admin says:

      Hi Ann! Thank you so much! I think those Easter egg bath bombs sound like a super fun project too! I am totally up for making them for myself too! And, maybe some extras to share! I hope you have a wonderful Easter!

  2. Megan says:

    All of these Easter crafts are adorable!!!! I love the sun catcher and bunny foot print. Such great, fun ideas to do with the kids.

  3. Sierra says:

    So many great ideas and fun crafts here! Sierra Beautifully Candid

  4. Ya says:

    Oh, these are good! I have to pin these for my boys! I love the sun catcher!

    • admin says:

      Hi Ya! Thank you so much! I hope your boys will love making them. The sun catcher seems like such a fun and simple one to make!

  5. Stephany says:

    So many fun crafts thanks for sharing. we will be trying these!

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Welcome to my blog. I am a licensed school counselor turned stay-at-home mom and writer. I have three wonderful children. I love the water, baking, getting creative, and traveling, especially to new places. I have a bachelor’s degree in science (Psychology major and Sociology minor), and a master’s degree in counselor education (M.Ed.). I wouldn’t call myself a parenting expert exactly, but I believe all parents are experts at raising their own children. After all, no one knows your kids better than you! My blog is about what “they say”—what we hear and read—versus what “we say”: using our own intuition. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.