(I first featured this post two years ago, but as it proved to be such a hit with you guys, I thought I’d bring it to the fore again…)
For those of you that don’t know me, I’m not the most crafty of people. Partly because I don’t have an artistic bone in my body and secondly the littles do such an enormous amount of painting and crafting at nursery that on the days we spend together they would much rather head to the park or see their little buddies for a ‘play date’ somewhere.
That’s not to say I don’t like to get my craft on, I’d just rather be in the fresh air if the weather allows! But with very mixed reports about the weather this weekend, I’ve been looking into Easter craft ideas to keep Jack and Phoebs entertained when they aren’t consuming copious amounts of chocolate or bouncing on the trampoline.
Here are my top 15 Easter craft ideas for toddlers and pre-schoolers…
1 // Your little animal lovers will love making these adorable spring lambs
2 // How cute are these toilet roll Easter bunnies
3 // Make some pretty ‘Eric Carle’ inspired eggs
4 // Or if they look a bit tricky for small hands, these vibrant Spotty Eggs should be a lot easier!
5 // Have a go at these fabulous ‘Printmaking easter eggs‘ – these would look brilliant framed
6 // How adorable is this Paper plate footprint bunny
7 // If you can get your hands on white eggs, these Sharpie eggs are possibly the easiest Easter craft ever!
8 // I love these Spring chicks, and your toddler will love all the cutting they require
9 // Make a gorgeous Easter basket for you Easter egg hunt!
10 // These Easter flower pots not only look great, but they are practical too
11 // Baking Soda Easter Eggs are really quick and easy to make and fun for your little ones to decorate
12 // These Paper plate Easter chicks, would look brilliant as a garland if you make a few and join them together
13 // Get REALLY messy and make these brilliant shaving foam eggs for an Easter tree
14 // The obligatory chocolate Easter nests. Yummy!
15 // No Easter is complete without a pair of homemade bunny ears!
What Easter crafts will you be doing this weekend? Leave a link in the comments below!