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5 Easter Crafts with Items you have at home


As we move past the first few weeks of homeschooling and social distancing, we've realized our time at home will be longer than initially expected and Easter season will look a bit different this year than years in the past. 

With low budget in mind, I took to the Pinterest boards to round up easy DIY crafts to keep the kids entertained and embrace the Easter season during our time at home! 


No Sew Sock Bunny

photo:  Feeling Nifty blog 

This idea is rather cute and is easy for for all!   Find a pair of old socks you can spare and use these helpful instructions form Feeling Nifty to complete your no sew sock bunny!

Materials you need:

  • Unmatched socks
  • Uncooked rice (around 1 cup per bunny)
  • Rubber bands
  • Black marker
  • Pretty Ribbon (Optional)
  • Scissors


Chick For Painting | Easy at home Easter Craft

photo: Ma's & Pa's

Easy enough for any age!  This craft doesn't take much time and adds a touch of spring to the art board! Find the full set of instructions from Mas & Pas here!

Materials you need:

  • A plastic fork
  • Yellow paint 
  • Googly Eyes (easily replaceable with a black marker)
  • A small piece of orange felt or paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue 
  • Black Pen/Marker 


Easter Bunny Paper Plate Crafts you can do at home

Photo:  The Best Ideas for Kids

Dig out the craft box and try to find a few pipe cleaner.  Get creative with materials you have around the house to make this one.  No puff balls, that's okay cotton balls work too.  For detailed instructions pop on over to The Best Ideas for Kids blog post here! 

Materials you need:

  • Construction paper 
  • Pom Poms (or cotton balls)
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Googly Eyes or markers to draw eyes 
  • Small Paper Plates 
  • Strong Glue


The options are endless here and my pinterest search resulted in so many good ideas, I think the key here is to get creative with the materials you have at home!  Here's a few of my favorites:

Egg Carton Spring Flowers art project

All the details you need for these Egg Carton Flowers can be found 

at Modge Podge Rocks here!

 Qtip Spring Flower Arts and Crafts you can do at home

Round up a few Qtips and get creative with your flower creations, The Pinterest Parent provided the above inspiration here but there's lots of options. 

Color the qtips with markers or paint for extra variation! 


Easy Paper Craft Flowers

The instructions for these beautiful paper flowers can be found here from Easy, Peasy, Fun  but if you have some construction paper, scissors, and glue and tape you can make this work and create some beautiful spring blooms! 


If you have paint at home, save your toilet paper rolls and create yourself a stamp in various shapes to make yourself an Easter art project! 

Toilet Paper Stamp Painting

Photo:  Alice Wingerden This Creative Life


I hope this short roundup provides you just enough inspiration to dig out the craft box and get creative with materials you have around the house to welcome the Spring & Easter season through the creative eyes of your children!


Stay home & healthy! 






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Nathalie - Press Print Party! - April 2, 2022

Oh those bunnies are so cute! I have some old socks….

Bri Adams - April 21, 2020

The flowers are so fun and how cute are the toilet paper roll stamps!! Love it. I am definitely trying some of these.

Lori - April 7, 2020

I love these ideas especially now when many moms need yo keep the kiddos busy!!

Natalie Mayhew - March 30, 2020

So many cute ideas for the kids to try! Those qtip flowers are brilliant!

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