Crafting is a wonderful way to celebrate the season of renewal and joy, and Easter provides the perfect backdrop for creative projects that kids of all ages can enjoy. Here are some fun and easy Easter day craft for kids and adults.
Fun Easter day craft for kids
1. Easter Bunny Paper Plates
- Paper plates
- Pink and white construction paper
- Cotton balls
- Googly eyes
- Pink marker
- Cut out two ear shapes from the white construction paper and two smaller ear shapes from the pink paper.
- Glue the pink ears onto the white ears and then glue these ears to the top of the paper plate.
- Glue cotton balls all around the edge of the paper plate for a fluffy look.
- Stick on two googly eyes and cut out a small triangle from the pink paper for a nose. Glue these onto the plate.
- Draw a mouth and whiskers below the nose using the pink marker.
2. Bunny Footprint Art
- White and blue paint
- Paper or canvas
- Plate for paint
- Sponge or paintbrush
- Pour some blue paint onto a plate and have your child dip their foot into it, ensuring the bottom of their foot is covered evenly.
- Carefully press their foot onto the paper or canvas to create a footprint. This will be the bunny’s body.
- Use a paintbrush or sponge to add a little blue paint for the ears and nose.
- Once the paint dries, add details like eyes and whiskers with a marker or paintbrush.
3. Tissue Paper Easter Eggs (For older children)
- Tissue paper (in various colors)
- Tear or cut tissue paper into small pieces and scrunch them
- Apply glue over the egg
- Stick the tissue paper pieces onto the glue, overlapping slightly for a colorful, textured look.
- Allow to dry before displaying.
4. Handprint Easter Chick Cards
- Yellow paint
- White cardstock or construction paper
- Markers or crayons (orange and black)
- Paint your child’s palm and fingers with yellow paint (excluding the thumb).
- Press their painted hand onto a piece of white cardstock to make a chick’s body. Let it dry.
- Use markers or crayons to add details like eyes, a beak, and feet using orange and black colors.
- Fold the cardstock to create a card, and write a sweet Easter message inside.
5. Easter Bunny Masks
- White paper plates
- Pink construction paper
- Cotton balls
- Elastic string
- Black marker
- Cut Out Eyes: Start by cutting out two eye holes in the middle of the paper plate to fit your child’s face.
- Make Bunny Ears: Cut out two ear shapes from the white paper plate scraps. Then, cut out slightly smaller ear shapes from the pink construction paper. Glue the pink shapes onto the white shapes to create the inner part of the bunny’s ears.
- Attach Ears: Glue the ears to the top of the paper plate.
- Add a Nose: Cut a small oval shape from the pink construction paper for the nose and glue it in the center of the plate, below the eye holes.
- Draw Mouth and Whiskers: Use the black marker to draw a mouth and whiskers coming from the nose.
- Fluffy Cotton Ball Cheeks: Glue cotton balls around the outer edge of the paper plate for a fluffy bunny look. You can also add a few cotton balls on each side of the nose for cheeks.
- Attach String: Punch a hole on each side of the mask. Tie an elastic string through the holes to fit around your child’s head comfortably.
6. Egg painting
- Let your creative juice flow and starting doodling or painting on the eggs.
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