Easter is right around the corner and craft projects are a great way to welcome the spring season and celebrate new life. There’s nothing like spending an afternoon with the family crafting and creating new memories.
We have scoured the internet for some of the best inexpensive and fun DIY Easter crafts for kids of all ages. We are featuring everything from bunny hats to recycled mason jar Easter crafts, easy DIY Easter sock bunnies, and everything in between.
Not only are these Easter projects easy, but you should have most of the items on-hand. And they also make great gifts because they can be completely customized and personalized. Each creative project can double as Spring home decor!
How to Draw An Easter Pug Bunny
Art for Kids Hub is kicking off the first project with this easy to follow tutorial. Learn to draw a pug with a bunny ear headband, popping out of an Easter egg. How cute is this project? You could even use this tutorial to send custom and personalized Easter cards to your family and friends.
Toilet Paper Roll Easter Bunnies
Save your toilet paper rolls for this easy Easter craft! One Little Project shares a video tutorial on how to create cute little bunnies out of toilet paper rolls. You will just need colored paper, googly eyes, toilet paper roll, and tape or glue.
Easter Bunny Plate Craft
Laughing Kids Learn shares how to make an Easter bunny craft plate. You will just need two paper plates and some items to glue (or draw) onto the plate. Children can help paint and assemble the Easter bunny face together.
Pom-Pom Chicks for Easter
Do you have some yarn stashed away in your craft room? Put it to use with this Easter craft from Practically Functional. These pom-pom chicks for Easter are so adorable.
Easy Easter Egg Basket DIY
Easy Kids Craft shares a lot of creative Easter craft ideas that are easy and fun for all ages. We really like this idea of creating mini Easter baskets out of recycled materials.
Bunny Rabbit Handprint Craft
Parents will find any way to preserve their children’s handprints and footprints – they grow so fast! Crafty Morning (formerly sassydealz) shares how to create Easter bunnies out of handprints. There are so many creative things you can make using this idea as inspiration!
Bunny Footprint Craft
Which leads us to the next creative Easter project: Preserve your child’s tiny footprints following these instructions, also from Crafty Morning (formerly sassydealz). She shares how to make a bunny footprint using paper, paint, and baby footprints.
Easter Sock Bunny
With Spring upon us, you may have started spring cleaning, which means you’ve probably found more than a handful of spare socks with no match. No worries! A Pumpkin & A Prince shares how to create an Easter bunny using a sock and rice.
Easter Wooden Spoons
Not only is this project fun and easy, but we think it would make a great gift as well! Baker Ross shares how to make Easter Spoon Puppets with wooden spoons and some creative thinking.
Easter Handprint Bouquet Craft
Is there a more perfect way to bring in Spring than with this handprint flower bouquet from Pinkie for Pink?!?
Easter Footprint Carrot and Footprint Easter Bunny Craft
Parents love to preserve their prints. Glued to My Crafts Blog shares this precious keepsake idea. Bonus: kids will love it because they get to be messy and creative!
Fingerprint Bunny and Chicks
Sarahndipities shares this adorable fingerprint Easter craft. You’ll feel so inspired by all the things you could create with this from a card to a wood plaque, the options are endless and it’s such an adorable Easter craft
Easter Chicks Hatching Craft
This DIY Easter craft will keep the kids busy as they cut, color, and glue the pieces together to create a hatching chick. I Heart Crafty Things offers a video tutorial and a free printable pattern if you need help getting started.
Easter Egg Potato Stamping Craft
Do you have potatoes that are on their way out? Consider creating an Easter egg stamp out of potatoes. Crafty Morning (formerly sassydealz) shows you how to do it. You will just need a potato, paint, paper, and a knife to make the carving/stamp.
Easter Chick Paper Craft
Easy Peasy and Fun shares this adorable Easter project with an easy to follow tutorial. Children will trace their hands to create chick “wings” that they can move around!
Easter Egg Doily Craft
How beautiful are these Easter Egg Doily Crafts from A Little Pinch Of Perfect!? No two eggs will turn out exactly alike and each Easter Egg Doily Craft will look intricately decorated. This craft was inspired by the book Rechenka’s Eggs.
Painted Easter Egg Cartons
Save your egg cartons! Design Mom shares how to repurpose egg cartons. They make great seasonal gift boxes and each little “cup” can be used to store little gifts such as toy animals, ornaments for an Easter Tree, decorated eggs, jewelry, hair bows, candy, etc…There are so many options, just tuck them into each little cup with some Easter grass!
Easter Peeps Houses
Yesterfood shares a creative DIY peeps houses for Easter. It’s a twist on the traditional gingerbread houses made at Christmas time! You’ll need graham crackers, icing, and Easter candy. The kids will love to eat, I mean, make this!
Easter Bunny Party Hats
These adorable DIY bunny party hats are perfect for an Easter hunt or just wearing them at the dinner table. The House That Lars Built shows you how to easily make one of your own and provides a free template for you.
Easter Chick Finger Puppets
Have you ever heard of finger puppets? Well, The Art Crafty Things shares how to make them with an easy to follow tutorial. You’ll need paper, a hole punch, some feathers, and googly eyes.
Easy Easter Mason Jars
These cute Easter mason jars are a sweet way to deliver a little bit of springtime cheer to your loved ones! Happiness is Homemade shares this easy tutorial. She suggests filling them with candy, fresh flowers, a DIY candle or homemade sugar scrub for a quick and easy gift idea that’s sure to be a huge hit!
Bunny Headband Craft
I Heart Crafty Things shares an easy to follow tutorial on how to make this adorable Easter bunny headband with just a couple supplies you probably already have on-hand!
Easter Egg Paper Craft
Easy Peasy and Fun has provided free templates and an easy to follow tutorial. This craft is wonderful for fine motor skills and scissor practice. Plus, they get to be as creative as they desire as they color their “egg”.
Easter Egg Paper Weaving
Here is another easy and fun craft tutorial by Easy Peasy and Fun. This simple and quick Easter craft idea will give a nice workout both on fine motor skills and scissor skills.
Easter Egg Wreath Craft
Crafts on Sea shared an easy tutorial for kids of all ages. She also provided free templates you can print off and trace, if needed.
Don’t forget, you can also upload your own digital copy of your artwork here. Keepsakes with your own artwork on it make great Mother’s and Father’s Day gifts, and with over 50 products, there is something for everyone!