Easter Crafts for Kids
If you’re looking for easy Easter crafts for kids, you’ve come to the right place; we have quite a collection of Easter crafts for toddlers and preschoolers. These past few weeks we’ve been making finger puppets, adorable chicks, simple wreaths and decorations. Today we made these easy Toilet Roll Easter Bunnies with
Creating a stained glass effect with tissue paper and contact paper… this post contains affiliate links We used contact paper and tissue paper to make these “stained glass” Easter eggs last week. The process is easy and fun, and the results were really pretty. I’ve seen contact paper used
Toilet roll “Peeps” and nests: an easy, upcycled Easter craft for kids to make with cardboard tubes and paper bags. We hooligans LOVE to craft at holiday time, so you’ll find lots of Easter crafts for kids among the pages of my blog. Remember the simple paper bag nests that I shared with you
I make Easter finger puppets forthe hooligans every year. They’re super- easy to make, and they’re SO cute! Making puppets can be really easy when you use simple supplies. Check out our no-sew sock puppets to see what I mean! These little guys are just too cute for words,
This Marbleized Egg Garland is a great Easter craft for kids of all ages. I actually have quite a few Easter craft ideas for kids here on my blog, but I know your kids are going to LOVE this one! The marbleized painting process I’ll be showing you is
An Easter craft with tin foil and tissue paper… We made these sweet foil and tissue Easter eggs today. If you’ve been following us for while, you’ve probably seen us use the foil and tissue process before. Our tin-foil Christmas trees and our tin-foil hearts are two of my favourites.
Toddlers and preschoolers will love crumpling up colourful tissue paper to make this easy Easter Wreath. Tissue paper is one of my favourite kids’ craft materials. It’s inexpensive, vibrant and versatile, and it’s perfect for making a fluffy, colourful holiday wreath or a sweet Easter decoration. Why I love