7 Simple and Fun Easter Crafts for Kids

The Easter Bunny is almost here and you don’t want to leave out crafting from the holiday fun. Try out these Easter crafts for kids including eggs, bunnies and chicks. If you create any of the crafts below, be sure to tag us on social @ChicagoParent and use our community hashtag #ShareChicagoParent!

Paper Easter Wreath

Photo Credit: The Resourceful Mama

Your whole family can get creative to put together this simple Easter egg wreath. When you’re done, hang it up on your front door for all your neighbors to see.

Get the tutorial at The Resourceful Mama.

Hatching Chicks

Photo Credit: I Heart Crafty Things

We love how colorful these adorable chicks are! They would make a great addition to your Easter decor.

Get the tutorial at I Heart Crafty Things.

Easter Egg Garland

Photo Credit: Megan Murray Elsener

Skip the dyed eggs this year, and get your hands sticky with an original twist on Easter eggs—hollow yarn egg masterpieces.

Get the tutorial at Chicago Parent.

Toilet Paper Roll Bunny

Photo Credit: The Best Ideas for Kids

Use your toilet paper rolls to create this bunny craft. The little whiskers are what make them super cute!

Get the tutorial at The Best Ideas for Kids.

Tie-Dyed Easter Eggs

Photo Credit: Caitlin Murray Giles

This year, experiment with a material called bleeding tissue paper to dye your eggs. The color transfers to other surfaces (like egg shells), leaving an interesting tie-dyed impression.

Get the tutorial at Chicago Parent.

No-Sew Sock Bunnies

No sewing skills are needed to assemble these adorable sock bunnies. Plus, your kids will love to make their own stuffed animal!

Get the tutorial at One Little Project.

Tinfoil Easter Eggs

Skip the boiled eggs and dye this year and create unique Easter eggs like you’ve never done before.

Get the tutorial at Chicago Parent.

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