Children love crafting, and some of the cutest crafts they can make are during Easter! Who doesn’t love a sweet little bunny or baby chick? There are so many great projects, so I decided to put together a collection to keep your little ones entertained. I love these chick and bunny treat holders – perfect for sharing with classmates. There are so many other easy and fun ideas – click through the jump to see more!
Yarn Eggs 1 of 13Use leftover yarn to make bright and fun egg ornaments.
See how they were made at Family Fun
Funny Hat 2 of 13Older children can cut out a silly hat using the provided template.
Find the template at Busy Bee Kids Crafts
Cotton Lamb 3 of 13Use a toilet paper roll and cotton balls to make this sweet little lamb.
Get the instructions at Kaboose
Flower Straws 4 of 13Make these straw toppers to use at Easter breakfast, in the classroom or at a party.
Find out how to make them at GCDSPA Stuff
Crushed Shells 5 of 13This egg shell craft is so fun; kids will get to use them as glitter to decorate their pages.
Find the how-to at Make and Takes
Feathered Friends 6 of 13These cute little birds are actually dyed eggs disguised in cartons.
Get the how-to at Family Fun
Mini Basket 7 of 13Children will love weaving the magazine strips to make this cute basket.
Find the step-by-step at Family Fun
Stained Glass Cross 8 of 13Children will love tearing up tissue paper, and they can make a variety of pretty designs.
Learn how to do it at Kaboose
Egg Clings 9 of 13Painting clear contact paper makes the coolest window clings, and kids of all ages can join in.
Learn more about the project at Skip to My Lou
Bunny Envelopes 10 of 13It's easy for children to create treat bags, perfect for taking sweets to classmates.
Get the step-by-step at Ozowiezo (site is partially Dutch)
Bunny and Chick 11 of 13Use pieces of scrapbook paper and egg cartons to make the cutest bunnies and chicks.
See how it was done at Simple as That
Footprint Ducks 12 of 13Who doesn't love sticking their foot in paint and stomping on paper?
Get the how-to at Moments of Mommyhood
Fluffer Bunnies 13 of 13Kids can mold marshmallows into bunnies that are also sweet treats.
Find the instructions at Family Fun
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