Kids are always excited when Easter comes, especially when thinking about egg hunts and games! As they grow older, however, their interest in the usual Easter activities wanes. Help them enjoy Easter with these quick and easy Easter crafts for kids!
Brighten Up Your Easter with Colorful Eggs
The Easter eggs I started decorating for a garland
Easter egg hunts are tradition when celebrating this holiday. If the kids don’t want to join in on the hunt, you can make these Easter decorations with them instead.
No-Dye Easter Egg Centerpiece
You don’t always need dye to decorate Easter eggs. This no-dye Easter craft makes use of double-sided tape, colorful glitter, and a crafts punch. Punch some circles and then attach them to the egg. Peel back the other side of the adhesive, and then roll that part in a bowl of glitter. Do the same for the other circles, and put the finished eggs in a glass hurricane or bowl to create a centerpiece. If you want to use different-colored glitter on the same egg, peel and roll the adhesive one color at a time.
Easter Egg Garland
Our Easter egg garland at home
This holiday decoration is a bit more complicated than the first, so your older kids may need help. To start, just paint your eggs like you usually do, then puncture one end to attach a string or ribbon. Afterwards, attach those eggs to one string to make a garland or hang them on the wall to make a wall decoration.