10 Easy Easter and Spring Crafts to do With Kids!
Hey there and welcome to me and b. I hope you are doing well and looking forward to spring! I can’t wait for the weather to warm up a bit. It’s been so cold this week. If you follow us over on Instagram you’ll also know that I broke down on the blinkin’ motorway. I stood there for over an hour and was frozen to the bone! Be prepared people!
To get us in the spring mood, I’m sharing a round-up of some cute Spring and Easter themed crafts you can do with the little ones. Have a look and let me know your thoughts! Oh and if you’re looking for non-chocolate Easter gifts this year, take a look at our bumper list of 75 ideas here!
Paper Bunny Ears
These bunny ears are super cute and really easy to make. Have a look at the tutorial from The Bear and Fox Blog!
Paper Easter Basket
Easter baskets seem to be the thing to do at the moment. I see them everywhere! Louise from Little Hearts, Big Love shows us how to make a simple Easter basket using paper!
I’ve never thought to make flowers out of fabric before but Danielle at Someones Mum has inspired me! I am loving these. I have a huge fabric stash and I really want to try making some forever flowers. Take a look at how to make them here.
Get baking with these cute Easter biscuits from Tippy Tupps. I love how simple these are!
Homemade Easter Wreath
There seems to be a lot of cross over between celebrations and home decor. I like it thought and I’m loving these Easter wreaths from Mummy vs Work! Take a look at how to make one with your little ones here.
The perfect rainy day, paint activity – use a fork to make pretty tulips. Laura at Edinburgh with Kids shows us how easy it is here!
Easter Egg Sun Catchers
These are so cute and easy to make and I really want to try these with B. Grab the tutorial from Jane over at Hodge Podge Days blog.
Look how colourful they are!
Easter Bunny Bunting
Another cute post from Jane at Hodge Podge Days is this easy Easter bunny bunting tutorial. It looks easy to do and something me and b could do on a rainy day.
We had fabric flowers and now we have some easy-peasy paper flowers. Find out how to make these bright decorations over at Sticky Mud and Belly Laughs.
Easter Bunny Crayons
I had to save my favourite till last right?! These Easter bunny crayons are awesome! Perfect for using up broken crayons. Take a look at the tutorial here on The Inspiration Edit.
Are you crafty? Do you enjoy doing stuff like this with the little ones? I’ve always loved crafty things so I enjoy releasing my inner creative soul now and again! We love these garden play ideas too!