Handprint LilyHere's a nice craft for little ones to do at Easter using their own handprint.
Easter Egg LunchWho wouldn't love having their lunch packed into colorful Easter eggs? You may even find that you want to have your lunch this way. I will find any excuse to "be a kid"! :)
Peeps RacersThis is a cute edible craft for all ages using Peeps bunnies and Twinkies. You can decorate your cars however you like, I went with a bit of a classic race car look. To make this 100% edible, replace the toothpicks with thin pretzel rods.
Mason Jar Jellybean DispenserThis cute homemade candy dispenser is a fun way to have jellybeans out for Easter!
Bunny CardThis bunny card adds a cute touch to any Easter basket for a neighbor, family, friend, co-worker, etc.
Plastic Canvas Easter CrossThis is a simple craft for Easter using only plastic canvas and ribbon. First you should cut a pattern, start with a rectangle that is 21 squares by 17. Find the center on top edge, leave center square uncut.
Mailable Easter BasketTo mail an Easter basket to my daughter in their apartment, without making her look like a little girl anymore, I created a cute, transportable basket that can be used afterward.
Fabric Easter Egg Candy PouchI saw this idea in a magazine and decided to make one similar.
Easter Bunny Puppet from a Dishwashing GloveThis is a way to turn a dishwashing glove into an Easter bunny rabbit puppet.
Marshmallow PeepstersToday was the day before Easter and the store was out of Peeps, of course. I got a big bag of marshmallows instead and used some ingredients on hand to make these to cheer up my dad. (He really, really, likes his Peeps.)
Easter Card Notebook with StickersThis craft is a pretty Easter card, turned into a ten page notebook, with bright and pretty stickers to go along with it.
Happy Easter Carrot CardEaster is around the corner. You can make this adorable Easter card with a touch of cuteness (child's hand).
Easter Bunny Resealable Candy PackLet's have fun and share handmade treat packs with kids celebrating Easter. Make fancy bunny packs to hide around your house for the kids to find. They'll enjoy searching for the bunnies instead of Easter eggs.
Making Marbled EggsThis project is fun and unique. You will never get the same look twice by using artificial eggs. These take only minutes to make plus drying time.
Spring Bunny BannerWith my love for spring and its colors, I wanted to make a banner using cardstock, ribbon, tape/glue, and colored cotton balls. This is what I came up with.
Chocoholic Easter Bunny CardThis Easter bunny is a real chocoholic! He found the ideal Easter egg. He is clinging to it for dear life and can't wait to taste it. Maybe - if you ask him nicely - he will share it with you?
Paper Plate Bunny MaskThis is a simple and easy project you can make at home with your kids. I am sure you have all of the supplies at home to recreate this craft. Afterwards the kids had fun running around playing with their masks together.
Felt Carrot Money PocketI made one of these pockets for each of my kids. It's a cute way to give them each some spending money for Easter.
Easter Egg Hunt Kids' Coloring PageHere is a cute coloring page for the kids to get them in the right mood for Easter! The bunny has left a lot of eggs in the garden. Let the kids color the page on the morning before the Easter egg hunt starts, and add some additional excitement to the morning's fun.
Felt Bunny MaskThese make a great party craft! They could even be made out of paper.
Simple Bunny MaskIf you are looking for a quick and easy bunny mask, this might be it!
Easter Peeps Candy BouquetThis Easter candy bouquet is the perfect alternative to an Easter basket for an older child or an adult!
Bunny in a JarWho wouldn't like to receive this cute little bunny for Easter? Peering out of the grass in his jar, he is waiting to be given to a special somebody!
Easter Egg Hunt CardUse a cookie cutter to trace a bunny onto sugar paper. Add some Easter eggs and you have a perfect card to celebrate Easter this year!
Easter SuncatchersThese cute suncatchers make great window decorations for Easter. They are easy to make using plastic beads and cookie cutters, so you can make almost any shape.
Faberge-Inspired Easter Egg CardI have always been fascinated by the Faberge eggs. To me, these eggs speak of luxury and master craftsmanship, a historic rendition of times gone by. I wanted to make a Faberge-inspired Easter egg card for my mother, who also loves the Faberge eggs, to convey special Easter wishes.
Peeps HeadbandThis is a cute and easy headband that takes just minutes to make.
Craft Project: Easter MobileSometimes everyday items become so "every day" that one doesn't take notice of them. I began to save them and in less than a week, I had a bag full. It struck me that they would make great frames for photos and already came in several different colors.
Personalized Foam PlacematsChildren always get an overdose of candy on Easter so being the crafter of the family, this grandma tries to come up with ideas to fill their baskets with other than a lot of sweets. Here is one of the items that will be delivered by the Easter Bunny!
Paper Plate Flower BasketThis is a great summer craft to keep the kids busy for a while. All you need are some paper plates, colored paper, chenille stems (pipe cleaners), scissors, and glue.
Egg and Button PinUsing a flat piece of wood shaped like an egg or heart, you can make a cute Easter Pin.
Plastic Easter Egg AnimalsCreate pig, mouse, cat, dog, or other animal from those inexpensive plastic Easter eggs. Great for children's Easter baskets.
Lace Easter PinLacy bunny and button pin looks too cute to stay home. With the thread and needle, sew the lace ends together. Gather the one edge and draw into a tight center, binding off the thread to secure.
Bunny Treat/Eyeglass CaseFill this cute little bunny with Easter treats or a new pair of sunglasses, then stick it into your child's Easter basket.
Easter Egg CurtainPeter Rabbit will be delighted when he sees your windows on Easter morning and the youngsters will have a ball helping make this fun craft.
Easter Napkin TiesThis easy craft is an adorable way to get younger kids involved with family and Easter crafts. The napkin ties are simple to make, look cute, and children are free to make just one or an entire set!
Easter Egg PicksMake simple Easter egg picks from plastic eggs, straw and ribbon. I'm using small plastic eggs with regular size straws. I think if you are using larger eggs, you might want to use a sturdier material, like a wood dowel.
Easter Activity BookI was making activity pages for a quiet book and this is one idea I thought of for a 'holiday' quiet book. I got a package of 50 foam sheets at Walmart for $5.00! They're a good size to use for quiet books.
Jelly Bean ChicksCreate these cute chicks to hold jelly beans or other Easter candy. Give as gifts or add to your child's Easter basket.
Skinny Chicks for EasterLet kids create several of these quick and easy chicks to adorn their Easter baskets. I plan to mail one to my niece, who is away at college, with a note that says "From one skinny chick to another."
Lacy Easter EggsThese eggs can be used as a centerpiece on your Easter table or you can cut a hole in them and they can be used as an Easter Basket. These are easy enough to make that it can be a family project.
Easy Plastic Chocolate Easter EggsThis article is in honor of my mom Patricia Churchman who, when she was alive, never let an Easter pass without going to our local chocolate shop and buying us the most beautiful chocolate eggs. They were so beautiful that we even did not want to eat them.
Broom BunnyHere's a cute Easter decoration made from a little straw broom, a stuffed bunny, plastic eggs and flowers.
Jelly Bean Prayer MagnetI made this magnet for Easter. It's very easy to do. Just go to this website and print out the jelly bean prayer:
Bleach Bottle Bunny SurpriseHere's a fun project to make using a bleach bottle and yarn for a nice Easter display or gift. Can also be made into a small purse.