Hey there Easter enthusiasts!
Are you and your little ones excited for Easter? We sure are! With all the fun crafts and egg-tastic activities, what's not to love?
At Nellapima, we know how important it is to keep the kids entertained and creative during this special holiday. That's why we've put together some super easy and fun Easter art and craft ideas that both you and your kids will enjoy.
And guess what? You don't even need to go out and buy any special materials - most of these can be made with everyday household items like toilet paper rolls, cotton balls, or egg cartons.
So Get Ready For Some Easter Fun With These Craft Ideas:
Paper Bunnies- To make these adorable bunnies, simply cut out bunny shapes from colorful construction paper, and then attach googly eyes for a playful touch. You can also use cotton balls to create fluffy tails or add texture to the bunnies' bodies. This craft allows for creativity in choosing different colors of construction paper and experimenting with different sizes and shapes for the bunnies
Toilet Paper Roll Chicks or Cans- To do this, you can paint or color the rolls or cans in bright, cheerful colors, and then add beaks and feet to bring the chicks to life. This craft is a great way to repurpose household items and turn them into adorable decorations or toys. It's a fun and engaging activity that can be enjoyed by kids and adults alike, and it allows for personalization and creativity in choosing colors and designs.
Easter Egg Painting- Is a fun and creative activity that's perfect for the whole family. You will need hard-boiled eggs, paint, paint brushes and a newspaper to protect the surface. Get creative! Dip your paintbrushes in the paint or your whole egg, and start creating your designs. Remember the possibilities are endless when it comes to Easter egg painting. Don't be afraid to get creative and try new things.
And those are just a few ideas to get you started! We hope you and your little ones have a blast getting creative and celebrating Easter together.
Loved this! We always dye eggs the Saturday before Easter. The kids have so much fun!
Love these ideas! Growing up I made Easter eggs with my grandmother every year and it was such a special that continued until I was in college! I am excited for my son to experience these fun traditions as well!
Coloring Easter eggs is our favorite tradition!
putting together easter baskets to watch the kids open!