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12 Simple Easter Crafts For Toddlers

These Easter crafts for toddlers will spark creativity for anyone! Enjoy these DIY projects, whether you’re young or simply young-at-heart.

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In this article:

  1. Carrot Footprints
  2. Easter Egg Collage
  3. Fingerprint Easter Egg Basket
  4. Bunny In Grass
  5. Pompom Painting
  6. Paper Plate Princess Chick
  7. Fingerprint Carrot
  8. Easter Chick Cups
  9. Brown Bag Easter Masks
  10. Bunny Ears
  11. Easter Garland
  12. Egg Carton Birds

Easter Crafts for Toddlers | Simple and Fun DIYs

DIY Easter Crafts for Babies

These Easter crafts for kids and toddlers will not only keep the family busy, but it’ll also be a great way to spruce up the home decorations for the season! Check out this roundup of simple Easter DIYs:

 

1. Carrot Footprints

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These carrot footprints look so adorable! Make sure to use non-toxic paint when creating this project so your little ones won’t be near any harmful chemicals.

2. Easter Egg Collage

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You can use practically anything to make this Easter egg crafts and collage. Bring out the misplaced buttons and extra beads and feathers you have lying around, to give everyone different textures to play around with.

3. Fingerprint Easter Egg Basket

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I recommend using the thumb when making this Easter egg basket project because it yields a more oval egg shape. Don’t forget to top your finished basket with a bow for your final touches.

4. Bunny In Grass

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All you need for this craft is a few sheets of white, green, and pink paper, some glue, a pair of scissors, a Sharpie, and a pair of Googly eyes. If you want, you could even attach a drawing of a carrot top and place it on top of the grass.

5. Pompom Painting

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Make little Easter eggs with the help of some pompoms dipped in paint. I suggest picking vibrant colors for this project to make the eggs stand out.

6. Paper Plate Princess Chick

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Bring a little Princess personality to these paper plate chicks with a few jewels and a sprinkling of glitter. Plus points if you’re able to make a crown for the head as well.

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7. Fingerprint Carrot

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The first step in making the fingerprint carrot project is to divide the sheet of paper with a squiggly brown line. This can act as the ground in the drawing and help your kids determine where the carrots, dirt, and bunnies will be placed.

8. Easter Chick Cups

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These Easter chick cups would be perfect for a little Easter egg hunt. Hide mini eggs all over the house and get the kids to find all of them within 10 minutes.

9. Brown Bag Easter Masks

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Reuse your grocery bags and turn them into Easter masks. This tutorial shows you how to turn an ordinary brown bag into a lamb, a chick, and a bunny.

10. Bunny Ears

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Add some texture to the bunny ears by letting your kids use felt in decorating their headband. Just make sure you’re the one in charge of the hot glue gun to avoid any accidents.

11. Easter Garland

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Fill the eggs with little treats you and your family can enjoy. Be careful not to overfill an egg as this could disrupt the weight balance and make the heavy egg fall off the garland.

12. Egg Carton Birds

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Who knew you could use egg cartons to make birds? Don’t forget to attach a feather to the egg and to paint a bit of gold on one of the corners of the carton to make a beak.

 

Want more Easter crafts for toddlers? Watch this guide and let your kids help you decorate an Easter basket from lishieandfamily:

I hope you’ll try one or two of these Easter crafts for toddlers! Our family’s favorites are the ones involving finger paint. What can I say? We love seeing vibrant colors and using our fingers as a paintbrush.

Which items in this list are your favorite Easter crafts for toddlers? Let us know in the comments section below!

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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in March 2016 and has been updated for quality and relevancy.

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