Peter Cottontail is right around the corner which means it’s time for me to share with all of you a few of my favorite Easter crafts from around the Internet. This week, I’ve gathered up some Easter crafts that you can do as a family or with your children. This round-up has a little something for every member of the family to help get them excited & willing to help create something fun to enjoy.
8 Easter Crafts for Families!
You won’t need to ask for volunteers to help you craft up this whimsical jelly bean garland by Oh Happy Day. Now… one for the garland… two for me… one for the garland… two for me.
Get creative with your Easter eggs this year & try using Sharpies & crayons on them before dyeing them. My family & I did them this way with beautiful results over on my blog, Our Holly Days.
Oh Happy Day‘s fun confetti eggs are not only beautiful, but fun to crack on top of an unsuspecting family member. My kids would love these.
This bunny tail Easter garland by Pieces of Me is so silly, I’m certain any kiddo would love to craft one up with Mama.
I’m getting a little Easter crazy over on my blog, Our Holly Days, again with this fun DIY Easter in a jar teacher/neighbor gift. My boys & I crafted this together to give out to friends & neighbors.
Growing a Jeweled Rose’s glow in the dark eggs DIY is a perfect craft for my boys, who are generally uninterested in crafts. I can even see preteens getting into this one!
This q-tip painted Easter egg art by No Time for Flash Cards is a great craft for toddlers to try & helps with fine motor skills at the same time!
I am just in love with these bunny whiskers from Two Can Do It. What a darling little craft for the kiddos!