We previously featured some beautiful and easy to make Easter decorations, but if you're looking to create some fun projects with your kids, here are a few fun crafts you can make as a family and proudly display this Easter.
The great thing about making this wreath from Eclectically Vintage with your kids is that you can enjoy making something that lasts for years with some of your favorite people while your kids can enjoy munching on Peeps that won't make their way onto the wreath. Just make sure you buy enough Peeps to account for snacking.
Fluffy Bunny Wreath
If you'd prefer not to fill the kids with too much candy, this cute bunny wreath by Hoosier Homemade is simple and safe enough to make with your youngsters -who will love the resemblance to a certain bunny that only visits once a year.
Easter Bunny Door
Alternatively, rather than decorating the door with a bunny, why not make your door into a bunny? This cute design by East Coast Mommy Blog is sure to be a hit with kids everywhere.
Tulip Bulbs In Vases
Here's a great way to teach your kids about botany all while growing a stunning centerpiece for your Easter dinner. Just follow the directions from Womanio and you'll soon be on your way to growing flowers right in the vase.
Easter Bunny Flower Pot
Another great way to teach kids about the way plants grow is to have them plant grass. With this cute craft by Kids Fun Reviewed, you also get the benefit of having grass grow right out of the Easter Bunny's head.
Want to teach your kids that simple chemistry makes some of the things they love to play with? Then work with them to make these cute bunny chalks by A Bubbly Life and then let them go crazy coloring the sidewalk with the completed results.
Hand Print Bunnies
Hand print turkeys are treasured by parents everywhere and now you can bring that tradition alive during Easter too by making hand print bunnies like this one on Imgur. Just make sure you keep the kiddo's thumb dry or your bunny will end up with a weird growth from the side of his face.
Candy-Filled Flower Vases
Peeps and jelly beans can really brighten up a flower arrangement and all you need to duplicate this look featured on The Laws of My Life are two vases (one that fits neatly inside the other), candy and flowers. Best of all, you and the kiddos can munch on any leftover candy.
Crazy For Carrots Centerpiece
With all the candy spread around by the Easter Bunny, it's a great time to remind kids that veggies can be tasty too -in fact, they're the preferred food of that legendary bunny. This vase by The Party Dress is simple, beautiful, and a great way to get your youngsters to munch on a few extra carrots.
This simple paper craft is so kid-friendly that the creator at Serving Pink Lemonade even created the original with the help of her own tiny assistant.
Paint Sample Garland
For youngsters that just can't get enough colors, you can also try turning paint swatches into Easter eggs and then making a garland from those as seen on Modern Parents Messy Kids.
Easter Egg Window Art
These simple foam window decorations by Pleasantest Thing look absolutely charming and happy, but best of all, your kids can put them up and decorate them all on their own.
Have a Happy Easter dear readers!