5 Easter Crafts Your Toddlers Will Love
Easter is right around the corner, and that means bunnies, colorful eggs, and cute chicks (PEEPS, anyone?). Pastel colors and Spring flowers are abundant, and a visit from the Easter bunny is all your kids can think about. While they wait patiently for their Easter baskets to be filled with goodies and the fun egg hunts, entertain them with some fun Easter crafts that will be sure to brighten your home!
Easter Bunny Bowling
We’re starting this list off with a 2-in-1 craft: your kids get to have fun with their craft even after finishing it! This adorable DIY bowling game is easy to make and will surely provide hours of fun for your little ones. Simply take a cardboard box, paint (or cover with craft paper) it, add some adorable bunny ears and whiskers, cut a hole in the front that will allow balls or easter eggs to roll through easily, and voila, you have a bunny bowling lane! Your kids can play outdoors or indoors to see who is the best Bunny Bowler. Find more detailed instructions here!
Egg Carton Flowers
This craft is perfect for that empty egg carton leftover from dyeing eggs. You can precut the carton for your kids and let them paint to their hearts’ desire! Once the paint has dried, you can attach the stem to the back with glue. Make sure to use something sturdy (like a dowel rod or thick paper straw) to hold up the weight of the egg carton. You can display them in a fun flower pot, vase, or wherever else you can think of. We found this craft here.
No-Sew Sock Bunny
Finally, a use for the socks that somehow have lost their partner! Take those solo socks and help your kids turn them into adorable bunny rabbits for some easy Easter decorations. All you need is rice, some socks, a marker, ribbon, and some rubber bands to make these cute creatures. Find the directions here!
Bunny Nose Masks
We all love the wiggly noses and cute whiskers on rabbits, so why not have your kids create their own bunny nose masks! Perfect for playtime and some cute Easter pictures. This craft is simple and appropriate for all ages. Take a look at the instructions and your kids are sure to have some adorable whiskers of their own in no time!
Chick Finger Puppets
The cuteness continues with these easy chick finger puppet with little feathers! This craft is easy and provides entertainment even after your kids have finished their masterpieces. Try making some bunny puppets and they will have plenty of characters for their own finger puppet play. Follow the directions here for some puppet playtime!
Hopefully more than one of these crafts will keep your little ones entertained for quite some time! When it’s time to put together their Easter baskets, check out our gift section here for some goodies they are sure to enjoy. Liz and Roo has a fun selection of knit toys, blankie buddies, and more that are sure to bring smiles to your children’s faces.