Creative Easter Crafts for Kids

Four creative Easter crafts for kids that you'll love

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Well, Easter season is upon us and if you’re like me, you’re always on the lookout for great children’s crafts. I wanted to share some great tutorials from fellow bloggers who have made creative and unique Easter projects on their blogs. From cute carrot playdough to a beautiful Easter garden tutorial, they have Easter crafts for kids covered. So, let’s get started!

Creative Easter Crafts for Kids


Four creative Easter crafts for kids that you'll love

These carrot playdough favors from Homemade Interest are so adorable! These would make a great alternative to Easter candy. Kids love playing with playdough, and I’m sure the parents will thank you if you gave these out as favors at a springtime party. 🙂 I love that you could whip up a bunch of these for your kids and their friends and have time to spare.

Four creative Easter crafts for kids that you'll love

I love this Little Chicks Craft from My Creative Days because even a very small child could make them. And they’re super cute! This would be a fun activity to do with the kids on Easter afternoon as a take-home craft.

Four creative Easter crafts for kids that you'll love

Alyssa from Arts & Crackers created this beautiful painting of lilies using her kids’ hand prints! I am so going to try this with my daughter. I love how she added little touches to this art piece to make the hand prints really subtle. This would make a beautiful gift for someone. I know a couple of Nanas who would LOVE this.

Four creative Easter crafts for kids that you'll love

This Easter Garden tutorial took my breath away. By using common items found in a garden, Christina from The Frugal Homemaker created a beautiful little garden featuring the empty tomb with her nieces. I’ve seen similar things like this at garden stores–mini houses with moss as the grass and little pebble pathways–and they are not cheap. This would be so pretty in the garden or patio.

These ladies are so creative, aren’t they? Be sure to visit their blogs for the complete tutorials for these projects. I know your kids will love making these crafts! If you’re looking for Easter projects that are more “grown-up”, here’s another post on Easter crafts and projects that are beautiful for the home. I especially love the painted “walnut bluebird eggs”!

Visit my Crafts page for more ideas for simple crafts and projects. I update it frequently so there are always fresh and fun ideas that you can easily make. Many of them use supplies that you already have in your house.

Have a lovely {and creative} day!

21 thoughts on “Creative Easter Crafts for Kids

    1. I know, I need to make one too! I love your handprint lilies–I have a feeling there are many moms out there who are going to try this craft. 🙂 Have a great day!

    1. Isn’t the Easter Garden wonderful? We definitely have enough moss here in Oregon to make it–It is on my to-do list. 🙂 Have a lovely day!

  1. These are really great ideas. I love the canvas/hand-print painting. I have been planning on doing something similar with my kids but I can’t find the canvas I bought months ago… its gotta be here somewhere right?

    1. Thanks! I love that Easter garden too and want to make one for my back porch. 🙂 Have a wonderful day!

  2. What adorable ideas! I really like the garden and the play dough carrots!

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