With Easter approaching, I thought I’d round up all of my Easter chick crafts and put them all in one spot for you. I have quite a few Easter crafts on my blog, and these little guys tend to get lost amongst all of them. I figured if I did a little round up, you wouldn’t miss any of them.To round out the collection, I grabbed a few other Easter chick posts that have caught my eye while surfing the net this week. They’re all easy, affordable, and they’re super-adorable!
12 Adorable Easter Chick Crafts for Kids
These adorable Easter Chick Cups could be filled with small gifts like chocolate, markers, hair clips etc. They’d make cute party favour cups, or they could double as an easter “basket” for jelly bean hunt. – The Imagination Tree
Our toilet roll chicks were so easy to make, and they look so sweet nestled into their shredded paper nests. – Happy Hooligans
Our “Peeps” cardboard roll chicks, were inspired by, PEEPS marshmallow treats of course! We tucked our Peeps chicks into simple paper bag nests. – Happy Hooligans
The kids can help prepare these Easter chick place holder, and your guests will have a little gift to take home after your Easter feast. – Crafts by Amanda
Transform a few kitchen rolls into Easter chick napkin rings to pretty up your Easter dinner table. – Happy Hooligans
These colourful decoupage eggs would look sweet sitting in egg cups on a window sill or at each place setting at your Easter table. – Red Ted Art
You could actually keep the kids busy making these foam cup chicks while you’re making your Easter dinner. – Crafts by Amanda
These little egg carton chicks hold just the right amount of sweets for a little one. They’d be great for home or the classroom. – Paper, Plate, and Plane
Paper plate chicks provide kids with an opportunity to explore colour mixing and cutting. – Kids Activities Blog
Kids LOVE finger puppets, so I make a set of pipe cleaner Easter chick puppets every year for the hooligans. There are bunnies too! – Happy Hooligans
Aren’t these Easter chick cupcakes the cutest things ever? Little kids can help mix them up, and older kids can decorate them. – Bird on a Cake
And lastly, isn’t this hatched chick craft sweet? I’d place one beside each of my kids breakfast plates on Easter morning. What a fun little surprise. – First Palette
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