Hatch up some Easter inspiration with these creative Easter Egg DIY activities and Easter bunny craft ideas for kids grown-ups alike. Of course, there’s one craft that almost every family will participate in: decorating Easter eggs. But the fun doesn’t have to stop there. You can also create all sorts of colorful flowers, welcoming wreaths, and sweet bunnies and chicks.
1. PAINTED WOODEN EGGS
These wooden eggs are all painted! As a finishing touch, puffy paint was used to add more details. Check out how awesome it turned out.
2. EGG MIXED MEDIA CRAFT
3. EASTER FELT SHAPES
Fun Easter craft and the kiddos can help too!!! Just use scraps of wood, paint them fun colors, glue on button eyes, add pipe cleaners for whiskers and shape ears from fabric scraps. These pastel felt shapes are approx. 9cm – 10cm in size.
4. LITTLE COTTON RABBITS
5. HOP LITTLE BUNNY, HOP HOP HOP!
These are little hanging pieces to be personalized for your family
6. PERSONALIZED KINDER EGG HOLDER
7. E A S T E R – MICKEY EGG HOLDER
This Easter DIY craft is perfect for any Disney fan.
8. WREATH KITS
For this special DIY Easter craft, you will need Felt Coloring, Easter Spring flowers and Hearts.
Each set should have 3 wreaths (assorted designs), ribbon & either pencils or felt pens
9. KINDER EASTER BUNNY
Perfect little idea for the kids (or us adults) can include chocolate of choice from creme egg, kinder, caramel egg.
Names can be added for personalization.
10. HANGING BIRDS
With your child, you could make some hanging birds and also paint some bird feeders which will surely go down really well with the local wildlife in the garden.
We love this craft because of the one on one time it gives you with your son. It’s a useful tool to help encourage them to focus on his school work as well! Plus it brings other educational benefits such as fine motor skills which will help with pencil control.
11. PERSONALIZED EASTER WOODEN ORNAMENTS
12. BUNNY LOVE
13. BUNNY CHOCOLATE BOX
This bunny chocolate box can be painted in any color from my color swatch and can have a variety of backing papers. Chocolates or sweets fit through a gap between the ears.
Whether you want to actually decorate real Easter Eggs or have fun crafting Easter Eggs to hang on an Easter tree – we have an idea for everyone here! Don’t we? Please let us know in the comments section below.