10 Easter Craft Ideas for Kids - http://www.mommysnotperfect.com

I like doing crafts with Audrie (see Valentine’s Mailbox) and, lucky for me, she enjoys doing them too. Also, like me, she doesn’t like to repeat things so I’m always looking for new ideas. Here’s some fun Easter crafts I found as potential projects for this year. I’d show a picture of an Easter craft we’ve done in past years but, for the life of me, I can’t think of any of the ones we’ve done and I can’t find a single picture. This mom’s mind is slipping and I’m not great at saving pictures. I’ll do better this year (maybe, I make no promises).

The last one is for the baby to do. Love crafts that involve baby hand or foot prints. 🙂


Peeps Houses from Yesterfood


Bunny Masks from Babyccino Kids blog


Cinderella’s Tabletop Easter Chicks from Disney Family


Tissue Paper Chick from blissfully domestic


Easy Paper Plate Bunny Mask from Katie’s Crochet Goodies & Crafts


Easy Cross Craft from Happy Home Fairy


Easter Egg Potato Stamping from Crafty Morning


Colorful Shaving Cream Easter Eggs from mpmideas.com


Pom Pom Easter Egg Painting from Crafty Morning


Footprint Canvas from Glued to My Crafts

Happy Easter crafting!

UPDATE: Also, wanted to give say a big Thank You to Katherine over at Katherine’s Corner for adding this post on here Make It Monday weekly feature. It is much appreciated.

ANOTHER UPDATE: This post has now been featured, not just a second time, but also a third. We would like to thank Elaine from Cookin and Craftin  and Marissa at The Reading List for featuring us on their latest Link Parties.

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AND ANOTHER UPDATE: People really like Easter Crafts for kids, as do we. This post has been featured again, this time on Blog Fair Link Party over at Mummy Do It.  Please head over to all of the sites that featured this and tell them thank you.
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38 Comments on 10 Easter Craft Ideas for Kids

    • Thanks! My daughter went through a pom-pom obsession. Not sure what it is about pom-poms that get kids so excited but I’ll take it because they’re cheap and there’s a lot you can do with them!

  1. Thanks for putting this list together. A friend and I do a weekly kid swap and I try to find crafts the kids can do for upcoming holidays. We did the pom pom painting one last year. I’m thinking the tissue paper cross or the shaving cream painting might be fun for this year. 🙂 (visiting from the Tips and Tricks link party)

  2. What beautiful, creative, fun ideas! I love the tabletop chicks. Thanks for sharing with the Blog Fair. I have featured this as one of my favourite posts this week. Hope you can party with us again this week!

  3. These are fantastic ideas for Easter fun with the kids. I have been doing a lot more crafts with the kids this year as they get that little bit older. Thanks for linking up to Share With Me. Sorry to be late commenting we have my mother visiting from America. 🙂 Thanks for joining in. #sharewithme

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