I'm a wanna be Pinterest mom, I'll admit it. And since bunnies are already adorable, Easter is the perfect time to step up our craft game. We rounded up some of our favorite Easter crafts perfect for the whole family. Kids can keep those tiny fingers moving while mama enjoys a few minutes of occupied children.
Pasta Easter Eggs
If you haven’t made macaroni crafts you’re not really living! We love these because kids can easily make these on their own and you probably have a lot of the items on hand. Head to TheBestIdeasForKids.com for step-by-step instructions and a free printable template!
Boho Bunny Ears
If you have girls, this is going to be right up your alley. These boho bunny ears from @howellgals are quite possibly the easiest fashion accessory! You can either grab a pair of bunny ears at your local store (which seem to be readily available this time of year) or start from scratch. We love that it’s an easy way to reuse fabric scraps and other found objects. Again, #girlmoms know there’s plenty of beads and glitter laying around.
Giant Cardboard Eggs
These giant cardboard eggs by @cardboardfolk are adorable and great for fine-tuning those motor skills. Her tips for weaving are: big holes, wrap the ends in tape, do the holes either horizontal or vertical first and thread them before doing the other direction (makes it easier for kids to follow along).
No-Sew Felt Bunnies
These might be slightly advanced for kids, but these bunnies from @sustainmycrafthabit are too cute not to include. With a few pieces of felt, some stuffing, and hot glue you’ll have an adorable decoration to put out on display. You can find step-by-step instructions and a free template on SustainMyCraftHabit.com.
Easter Egg Wreath
This wreath by @mama.jots is the perfect project for kids learning about colors! Pick a couple of colors and add white to create a pastel rainbow. A paper plate never looked so cute!
DIY Stress Bunnies
We’ve shared these before, but these DIY Bunnies are the most adorable little stress balls! Our favorite crafty ladies from @jsorelle3 have the full tutorial on our blog. Bust out the flour, grab some balloons and head to our blog post to get your craft on!