5 Easy Easter Crafts to Keep Kids Busy All Weekend

Easter is coming and the kids are getting egg-cited. But before you set them loose on all that sugar and chocolate, put them to work creating some Easter crafts to decorate the house. In fact, you can keep littlies entertained all weekend with these DIY Easter activities!

Sure, there’s a little mess involved, but there’s much Easter themed fun to be had with these ideas.

1. Paper roll Easter chicks

Host a family of yellow paper roll chicks this Easter weekend. Grab some yellow card, a handful of pipe cleaners and some googly eyes, then head to One Little Project for all the how-to details! So CUTE.

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2. Easter Bunny stamps

Don’t throw out those toilet paper rolls! Turn toilet rolls into bunny stamping fun with this awesome hack from New Young Mum.

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3. Bunny shaped soap

Has getting clean ever been cuter? Make your very own bunny shaped soaps at home with this easy tutorial from A Pumpkin And A Princess. (Tip: Head to Spotlight stores for all your soap making needs!) It may be the secret weapon you need to get little ones to wash their hands.

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4. Glam glitter eggs

Hello Wonderful shows us how decorating eggs needn’t be boring. Why stop at paint when you can have ALL the tissue paper and glitter bling?!

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5. Marble shaving cream painted eggs

Get the shaving cream out and prepare for some foamy marble painting fun! Thanks to A Night Owl, the possibilities are endless – garlands, table place mats, fridge decorations… Toddlers will especially love this one!

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Here’s some more fun Easter crafts to try from our Easter archives. Or want to tackle some delicious Easter baking or cooking? Hop over to Mum’s Pantry and check out these 13 fun things to make, bake and eat with the kids this Easter.

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South Australian mum and self proclaimed foodie, Lexi can most days be found in the kitchen, apron tied firm and armed with a whisk or wooden spoon!

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