38 Adorable Easter Crafts for Kids

The whole family will enjoy making these easy and fun DIY Easter ideas for kids!

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Crafty Morning / The DIY Playbook / Crafty Morning

There's nothing like a crafting afternoon with your little ones to make memories and establish family traditions. Kick off the festivities this spring with these easy Easter crafts for kids. These DIY ideas for Easter are inexpensive and fun—, the finished products make cute Easter decor! Looking for more activities your children are sure to love? Check out these fun Easter games and Easter egg hunt ideas. Hoppy crafting!

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easter egg flower pot
Made With Happy
DIY Easter Egg Flower Pot

This easy kids craft comes together using plastic Easter eggs and hot glue—and you get to try out your green thumbs together, too!

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salt dough easter eggs
Courtesy of Design Mom
DIY Salt Dough Easter Eggs

Kiddos can craft these little works of art to hang from a DIY fashioned from backyard branches.

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bunny easter egg holder craft
Courtesy of Paper and Pin
Easter Egg Bunny Hugs

Once you’ve dyed and decorated your eggs, have your little ones craft these adorable bunny-shaped holders to display their egg-cellent creations.

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Emoji Easter Eggs

These silly Easter eggs require minimal art skills—even the youngest members of your family can make 'em!

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RELATED: Fun Easter Egg Decorating Ideas

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Courtesy of A Pumpkin & A Princess
Sock Bunny

A small sock, glue-on googly eyes, some ribbon, and felt become an adorable woodland creature in this kid-friendly craft.

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easter crafts for kids spring gumball machine
Courtesy of Average But Inspired
Spring Scene Gumball Machines

These faux gumball machines are made of overturned terra cotta pots and empty candy jars. Nestle a clump of artificial grass and a few plastic bunnies inside for a cute Easter vignette.

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What you'll need: small flower pots ($9, ); small candy jars ($15, ); yellow chalky paint ($8, ); blue chalky paint ($8, )

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Courtesy of I Heart Crafty Things
Foam Cup Bunny

These little pink bunnies are so easy to make and will look adorable around the house for Easter.

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Courtesy of I Heart Crafty Things
Tin Foil Easter Eggs

With cardboard, foil, and different colored Sharpies, your kids can let their creativity shine by decorating their own Easter eggs.

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Courtesy of Mend And Make New
DIY Daffodils

Perfect for Easter or any spring day, let these daffodils will brighten up your home.

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Courtesy of Easy Peasy And Fun
Paper Bunny Craft

You'll already have everything you need at home to help your kids create these cute Easter bunnies.

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Courtesy of Consumer Crafts
Pom-Pom Easter Chicks

Your kids will love playing with these cute little chicks, made from yarn and pipe cleaner.

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Courtesy of The Resourceful Mama
Easy Paper Easter Wreath

Supplies for this wreath will cost you less than $5, and you'll love how the spring colors brighten your home.

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Courtesy of Mer Mag
Paper Strip Easter Egg Tutorial

Let your little one arrange strips of colorful paper to create this beautiful, minimalistic Easter art for your home.

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Courtesy of Crafty Morning
Egg Carton Hatching Chicks

Paint egg cartons to make it look like the chicks are hatching from Easter eggs.

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Courtesy of Little Miss Celebration
Stand-Up Paper Eggs

The whole family can help out with cutting the shapes for these gorgeous three-dimensional eggs, which look so cute on Easter grass and next to a bunny!

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Courtesy of That Artist Woman
Fluffy Chicks

The kids will have a blast tracing out their handprints and attaching the tissue paper "fluff" to these chicks.

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Courtesy of Fireflies and Mud Pies
Pinecone Bunnies

Give your backyard pinecones a brand new life as the cutest little Easter bunnies.

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Courtesy of Typically Simple
Spring Chicks

Use egg cartons to make these colorful spring chicks, topped with a tiny colorful feather!

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Courtesy of Yesterfood
Peeps Houses

Who says gingerbread houses were just for Christmas?! Use graham crackers and icing to make these tiny houses for your Peeps.

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crepe paper easter bunny
Frances Janisch
Easter Bunny Decoration

Why throw out old party decorations? A generic crepe paper ball can become an Easter bunny with the addition of craft paper ears, eyes, and whiskers, pom-poms for the nose and eyes.

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Myrtle and Eunice
Felt Easter Chick

These adorable felt Easter chicks can be molded into any position you like (these ones are dancing!). For a more kid-friendly crafting version, you can omit the wire legs.

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Courtesy of Crazy Little Projects
Easy Easter Candy Jars

Candy tastes even better when it's housed in cute duck and bunny jars.

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A Cultivated Nest
Easter Egg Buttons

Let your kids add some Easter flair to their room by turning old and colorful buttons into a Easter egg.

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Courtesy of Clean and Scentsible
Bunny Tail Bunting

Give new meaning to the term "bushy bunny tail" with these cleverly placed pom-poms.

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Courtesy of Lia Griffith
Easter Candy Huggers

Let kids cut out their favorite animal shapes (or download Lia Griffith's here), then place a candy on them to gift to friends or teachers.

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Crafty Morning
Mini Popsicle Stick Chicks

Mini popsicle sticks, colored paper, yellow paint and googly eyes are all you need to make these cute little chicks. You can even let kids get creative by giving them other paint color options!

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Wine & Glue
Easter Egg Wreath

Kids will love making this cheerful wreath to display on your front door.

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Dana Gallagher
Easter Bunny Ears

To stitch up one of these kid-friendly accessories, you'll need a child-size headband and 11⁄2 yards of 1⁄2-inch-wide double- fold bias tape. (For a range of prints, from $9.50 for three yards, visit .)

Step 1: Cut an 18.5-inch-long piece of bias tape. Hem the cut ends under 1⁄2 inch on each side, then stitch together the long side to form a casing. Fold the casing in half so that the ends touch and use a straight pin to mark the fold's center.

Step 2: Feed an extra-thick, 12-inch-long pipe cleaner through one end of the casing, stopping at the pin. Feed a second pipe cleaner through the casing's other end until it, too, meets the pin; remove pin. Bring the casing's open ends toward each other and twist the exposed pipe cleaners together to form a rabbit ear shape. Repeat steps one and two to make a second ear.

Step 3: Cut a piece of bias tape the length of the headband, one extra inch. Wrap the tape over the headband, then use pins to mark the two spots where you want to attach the ears (use the photo at left for guidance).

Step 4: Remove the tape from the headband and stitch the long side together, from the pins out to both ends of the tape; stitch these ends closed, and remove pins. Twist the ears' pipe-cleaner ends around the headband in the desired spots, then slide each end of the headband into the casing. Use a needle and thread to slip-stitch the tape around and between the ears closed.

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Sarahndipities
Fingerprint Bunnies

All you need is a stamp ink pad, marker, and your kids' fingers to make these fun critters. Plus, add a small greeting and they can easily be used as Easter cards.

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Oh Happy Day!
Brown Sack Easter Masks

Instantly transform your little ones into (the cutest!) lambs, chicks, and bunnies with these easy-to-make masks.

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