Easter projects can be so much fun to make.
I am able to share some great and easy DIY Easter projects and crafts you can easily make with your children.
Perfect for a family night or afternoon or to make at a Easter Party.
This post is a round up where you can find many great ideas from other blogs too.
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Easter bunny with foot prints
I just published this tutorial for a simple Easter bunny craft with card stock.
The feet of the bunny are made with your child’s foot print.
It is super easy and quick to make for cute homemade personalized easter decoration or to gift to family.
Make your own felt Easter basket
Sonja and Jane from sustainmycrafthabit made a great tutorial for a cute little Easter basket that you can simply make using felt.
It can also be customized with your children’s name etc. Click here for the full tutorial.
Handprint Bunny Craft
Sam from simpleeverydaymom made a tutorial for Easter bunny faces using the handprint of your child as ears.
They are made with card stock and just too cute.
Find the full tutorial here.
Carrot Treat Box
Lyne from Ottawamommyclub is sharing a tutorial on her website to create your own carrot treat boxes with paper.
The carrot treat bags can be filled with anything you can think of from little chocolate easter eggs to a bought little easter surprise or even a small little easter greeting card.
It even includes a printable to make it super easy for you.
Check it out here.
If you got some sewing skills make sure to check out this tutorial from Jen over at jensewingmachines.
She made a absolutely adorable little chick ornament made with felt.
If you are not that good at sewing you should be able to use this tutorial with a hot glue gun instead of sewing the single pieces together.
Easter Bunny Bags
Head over to momsandmunchkins and check out these Easter bunny bags you can easily make with a free printable they provide.
These could make a really sweet treat bag for party favors too.
Click here for the full tutorial.
Paper Chick Craft
At messylittlemonster you get provided with a template for little chicks you can make with card stock.
The heads can be simply switched with your baby or toddler’s face – how cute is that?
For the full tutorial click here.
Washcloth Bunny and Chick
How about a absolutely adorable Easter bunny and chick made with something you already have at home? – a Washcloth!
This washcloth craft in the color your kid loves can be a great addition to any easter basket instead if extra candy.
Find out how over at Crafts by amanda.
Easter Bunny Headband
So simple but so cute is this Bunny Headband from Ottawa mommy club.
Super simple to make and so much fun to let your kids be the easter bunny for a day.
I love the extra touch with the cute fabric bow.
Raised salt painting
This easter project combines fun coloring and science in one simple step using salt.
Enjoy your kids fascinated faces when they see how the color magically follows along the salt line.
You can find the whole tutorial for these cute paintings over at The craft at home family.
Easter Chick craft
How cute is this easter chick?
You only need a hand full items to craft the chick that you most likely already have and it’s a great little gift to give friends of your kids.
Found over at two kids and a coupon.
Cotton Ball Easter Bunny
Betty from mombrite made a tutorial using cotton balls and paper plates to create unique easter bunny decorations.
You could hang it on the wall or add it to a easter wreath as middle piece.
This absolute adorable Easter bunny garlande from my poppet makes comes with the free printable you need to create the cute bunny faces.
You could also make this with colorful cardstock to enjoy bunnies in all colors.
Which one of the DIY Easter projects did you enjoy the most? Let me know in the comments.
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