5 Cracking Easter Crafts for Kids to Get Creative

Michelle

March 5, 2021

Cracking Easter Crafts for Kids Schoolbooks

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Easter wouldn’t be the same without some cute chicks, bunnies, bonnets or eggs! We have teamed up with craft suppliers Schoolbooks.ie to bring you 5 cracking Easter crafts for the kids to get creative. So break out the craft supplies and enjoy some fun time together.

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Spring has arrived and Easter is just around the corner. Celebrate by decorating the house with these cracking Easter crafts that kids of all ages will enjoy getting creative with.

Cracking Easter Crafts For Kids

#1. Marbled Eggs

Marbled Eggs Cracking Easter crafts for kids from Schoolbooks

Add life to your garden or home this Easter with these amazing marbled eggs. You will find detailed instructions here – how to create your own Marbled Eggs

Once completed hang them from shrubs, trees, plants, door handles or other areas around the house and garden to instantly bring Easter to life.

Materials Needed

  • Polystyrene Eggs
  • Marbling inks
  • Feathers
  • Ribbon or string
  • A cocktail stick or wooden skewer
  • PVA Glue
  • Apron
Table cloth or old newspapers to protect your table (marbling inks can stain!)

Buy the materials needed from Schoolbooks.ie

#2. Easter Garland

Easter activities for families

Decorate the house with a pretty Easter inspired garland. Create paper flowers, eggs, bunnies and lambs and hang around the home to decorate in time for Easter.

Materials Needed

  • Construction paper
  • Pompoms
  • Paints/pencils/crayons
  • String or ribbons
  • Wooden pegs

Buy the materials needed from Schoolbooks.ie

#3. Fingerprint Easter Cards

Image from Sarahndipities

Easter cards are a lovely way to delight friends and relatives who you may not have seen in awhile. Get your little ones busy making these unique Easter cards or prints using their fingerprints to create animals and adding a special message to finish it off.

Materials Needed

  • Construction paper/card
  • Paints
  • Glue
  • Black marker/sharpie

Buy the materials needed from Schoolbooks.ie


Schoolbooks Easter Craft Supplies

Schoolbooks.ie have everything you need for these cracking Easter crafts and more besides. Supplies can be ordered online and delivered to your door to ensure you have everything you need to keep little hands occupied over the Easter break.

SHOP EASTER CRAFT MATERIALS


#4. Easter Bonnet

Easter bonnet ideas

Why not challenge your siblings or friends to an Easter Bonnet competition? From simple creations made using construction paper to more elaborate headwear made from jellies or popsicle sticks, get inspiration on our homemade Easter bonnets post. You will even find ideas to make a fun bunny bag using paper plates!

Suggested Materials

  • Construction paper/paper plates
  • Pompoms/cotton wool
  • Ribbons
  • Paint/colouring pencils/crayons
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Glue
  • Scissors

Buy the materials needed from Schoolbooks.ie

#5. Easter Sock Bunny

Sock Bunny Cracking Easter crafts for kids

Create your very own Easter bunny, chick or lamb using the materials below and decorate with pompoms, feathers, googly eyes or your trusty sharpies. Find detailed instructions here.

Materials

  • Sock
  • String
  • Stuffing
  • Googly eyes
  • Scissors
  • Ribbons
  • Jar lid
  • Glue
  • Imagination!

For a lamb, use a white or black sock and stuff into the foot which will act as the body and cut the top off the sock to create ears. Add a pompom as a tail and pompoms or wool pieces to enhance the body.

Buy the materials needed from Schoolbooks.ie

Have your say! What was your favourite craft from the list? Leave a comment below and let us know – we’d love to hear from you!

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Published On: March 5th, 2021 / Categories: Sponsored Posts, Things To Do / Last Updated: April 5th, 2021 / Tags: , , /

About the Author: Michelle

Michelle is a Mum to 2 girls and co-founded Mykidstime.

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