5 Easter Crafts for Your Kids—Fun, Easy, and Affordable! 

Easter crafts for kids

Can you believe we’re already four months into 2023? With Easter right around the corner, we wanted to give you and your kiddos some fun craft ideas to help prepare for the Easter Bunny’s visit! 

1. Make Mini Succulent Easter Baskets

mini easter baskets

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These are quick and easy decor pieces that bring life—literally—to your table for Easter Day brunch, or could even become a magnet on your fridge. Visit here for the tutorial. 

Supplies needed: 

  • Mini wicker baskets
  • Acrylic craft paint
  • Mini succulents
  • Hot glue
  • ⅜” ribbon 
  • Mini gold letter stickers 
  • Magnets (optional) 

2. Add Bunny Ears to Your Ice Cream

easter bunny ice cream

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You heard that right. As if your kiddos couldn’t enjoy ice cream more, you can make it more festive by following this tutorial. 

Supplies needed: 

  • White chocolate chips
  • Pink candy melts
  • Sandwich bags
  • Bowls (for melting the chips and melts) 
  • Ice cream
  • Ice cream cones 

3. Give Kids What They Want….Slime!

As a parent, you know better than anyone how enamored children are with slime. So why not make it festive? This tutorial will show you how you and your kids can craft cute Easter Bunny slime jars. 

Supplies needed for the mason jar: 

Easter bunny slime

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  • Small mason jars
  • Googly eyes
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Pom poms
  • Felt
  • Glue dots or hot glue 

Supplies needed for the slime: 

  • Elmer’s glue 
  • Baking soda
  • Water 
  • Contact lens solution 
  • Food coloring 

4. Bring Your Easter Eggs to Life

Easter buddies

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This tutorial will teach you how your kids can make their Easter eggs come to life. How adorable is that little lamb Easter egg!

Supplies needed: 

  • Easter eggs (ceramic or plastic) 
  • Paint 
  • Paint brush
  • Silk flowers (daisies, hydrangeas, baby’s breath, lilies, roses, green leaves, etc.)
  • Hot-glue gun 
  • Permanent marker

5. Craft a Surprise Easter Egg

This one is fun for all ages because who doesn’t like surprises? This tutorial will give you the steps you need to create a giant fun-filled surprise Easter egg. 

giant easter eggs

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Supplies needed: 

  • Elmer’s glue
  • Balloons
  • Newspaper 
  • Bowl (for mixing) 
  • Pants hangers
  • Acrylic primer
  • Washable paint
  • Paint brushes
  • Paint tray

If you end up trying any of these crafts with your kiddos for Easter or if you have other fun craft ideas, comment below! 

From all of us at Hospitality Health ER, we hope you have a great Easter! 

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