Fun crafts are an easy way to keep your kids entertained and engaged over the Easter weekend. And they’re sure to love these sweet and easy-to-make projects.
Paint chips garland
Crafts don’t come much more budget-friendly than this colourful paint chip Easter garland from Steph at Modern Parents Messy Kids. Stop by your local hardware store to snag some free paint chips, and then use Steph’s helpful pattern and easy instructions to get your little ones creating a long, beautiful garland to adorn your mantelpiece or banister.
Mischievous little bunny
Your little ones are going to be racing to the crafts table when you tell them you plan on creating this adorable mischievous little bunny, dreamed up by Lucy at Craftberry Bush. He’s just so cute! Plus you can help your kids make a bunch of them to give out to all their friends at school.
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Felt Easter egg ornament
If your kids are old enough to start working on their sewing skills, these adorable felt Easter egg ornaments by Kylie at Handmade Kids are the perfect way to dive in. Kylie offers a great step-by-step photo tutorial, so your kids can follow along with ease and ask for your help whenever necessary. And when they’re done, these cute little ornaments can be hung on plant branches, hooks and doorknobs all over your home for easy DIY Easter decor.
Grocery bag Easter basket
Upcycling is a brilliant option when it comes to budget-friendly crafting. This adorable DIY Easter basket by Lia at Ellinée will not only use up your old shopping bags but also make an attractive piece of decor or cute candy carrier. Your kids might need a little help figuring out how it’s done, but once they get the hang of it, they’ll have a blast weaving together such an elegant creation.
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Glitter-dipped Easter eggs
Cheap plastic Easter eggs aren’t the fanciest or nicest way to decorate your home. Fortunately you won’t need them anymore once you and your kids set to work creating these glitter-dipped Easter eggs by Jill at Create Craft Love. They’re so easy to make and will add beautiful pops of colour and sparkle to your whole home. You’ll never need those neon plastic eggs again!
Sock puppets are a big craft favourite for kids. And to give this old favourite an Easter twist, Kate at A Creative Cookie invented these adorable sock bunnies. You can likely find most of the supplies scattered around your home, which makes this a very budget-friendly DIY. And your little ones are sure to love bringing out their cute creations every Easter for years to come.