If you’re looking for easy Easter crafts to do with the kids, you’re in luck. I’ve compiled a list of my favorite Pinterest craft ideas. While I love creating fun artwork with the kids, I don’t like anything complicated or too time-consuming. Well, I trolled Pinterest and found some really great easy and fun Easter crafts for kids that I wanted to share.
The 5 Easy Easter Craft ideas below been approved for the following criteria:
1- Must be good for toddlers as well as older kids – I have a almost 2yr old and an 8yr old. Both must be equally entertained with the same craft.
2- Minimal mess required – Even the most minimal activity can turn your table into a hotness express, so nothing here involves water, lots of small objects or more than 4 materials
3- For the love of unicorns, it MUST be fun for kids
4- Common household items – We have no time for impromptu store runs.
Most of these crafts require the same materials, which makes it easier. Let me add that there are some honorable mention links at the bottom of the page. Ok, let’s get to it!
Five Easy and Fun Easter Crafts for Kids
Easter Egg Collage
I really liked this idea from Toddler Approved – You can use practically anything to make this Easter egg collage. We had tons of puffy stickers and fabric scraps to use up. You can also use stamps, feathers or buttons. Both my 8 and 20month old liked this one. I like setting aside a small amount of stickers, buttons, and fabric scraps for them to choose from. It’s super simple and you can “control” the mess.
Get instructions: Easter egg Collage
Pom Pom Easter Egg
This next one from Crafty Morning has to be one of my favorites! It’s Pom Pom Easter egg painting and it’s easy-peasy. If you don’t have Pom Pom’s you can use, cotton balls or cut up a sponge. Use bright paints and even add some sparkle with glitter. The glitter does violate rule #4, but who doesn’t like a little sparkle?
Get instructions: Pom Pom Easter Egg Painting
Picture Via: Crafty Morning
Q-Tip Painted Easter Eggs
I love this next one from No Time for Flash Cards. It’s a great opportunity for toddlers to discover colors and develop motor skills. I love this since it’s a quick yet interactive activity for kids of all ages. We are learning colors, so I stick with the basic red, blue, green, etc. As they older you can incorporate different colors and even incorporate numbers into the egg design.
Get instructions: Q-Tip Painted Easter Eggs
Easter Cross Craft
Here is another easy and fun Easter craft for kids from Happy Home Fairy that is super simple. This one uses paint but you can use crayons or chalk. However, it will require you to make sure your little one fills the page completely so that the cross really stands out. Get the older kids involved and have them share what the cross symbolizes with their siblings.
Get instructions: Easter Cross Craft
All these crafts are simple and fun. These Easter crafts can make a great gift for the Grandparents or other family members. I’m the one who usually throws the craft play dates for the kids so I enjoyed creating this post. These crafts can be an opportunity of learning, exploring, and getting messy (a little).
If you enjoyed these ideas, you may want to check out my Home/DIY posts for more fun!