14 Eggcellent Easter Crafts & Activities
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Christmas is gone & now Easter is around the corner! To help with the Easter eggcitement, we have compiled a short list of eggcellent Easter crafts and activities for you and your little ones.
1. Make an Easter Tree
With some branches collected from your garden or local park put into a vase, decorate your Easter Tree with some homemade ornaments. These Easter Egg decorations were made using beads melted in a cookie cutter shape. Clever hey?!
2. Sharpie Eggs
Get creative with Sharpie pens – no mess and no cleaning up!
3. Dip-Dyed Eggs
Have a go with this fun, inexpensive and easy craft idea and make yourself a nest of dip-dyed Easter Eggs for a table centrepiece or lesson in science and colour mixing.
4. Popsicle Chicks
Make a family of these quirky chicks out of popsicles, craft paper and googly eyes.
5. Egg Carton Chicks
Transform an old, clean egg carton into a little chick that can open it’s mouth. Your little one will love filling it up with eggs!
6. Bunny Decals
Make your Easter craft and parties easier by purchasing a packet of Bunny Wall Decals from Bright Star Kids. Use them to decorate baskets, bags, jars, cards and many more items!
7. Bunny Basket
This cute Bunny basket was made using tape and a recycled cardboard tube.
8. Sock Bunny
I’m in love with these sock bunnies, are you as well?
9. Bunny Jars
Fill these jars with some Easter treats or use them as storage containers. You can also see our tutorial for making your own animal jar.
10. Tape Easter Tree
No room for a real Easter Tree? You can easily make a tape Easter Tree using Bright Star Kid’s removable Line Art Wall Decal Tape in a colour you prefer and decorate your tree with Easter decorations.
11. Crayon Resist Easter Eggs
Your kids will love seeing their secret patterns appear with this crayon resist Easter egg tutorial. It will be hard to stop making them!
12. Easter Bunny Bean Toss
Want to exercise your kid’s motor skills? Make this easy Easter Bunny Bean Toss along with the carrots and let your kids try and toss them into the the bunny’s mouth or belly!
13. Fingerprint Easter Cards
Friends & family will love receiving personalised Easter cards with your child’s fingerprints.
14. Easter Sensory Bin
Using bird seeds, and all different items you can pick up from around the house and a $2 shop, make a sensory bin for your kids to build, create and play together.
We hope you have enjoyed this compilation of eggcellent Easter crafts & activites. Happy Easter!