Get Crafty This Easter: 10 DIY Ideas for Kids and Adults Alike!

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Get Crafty This Easter: 10 DIY Ideas for Kids and Adults Alike!

Easter is just around the corner, and what better way to get into the festive spirit than by doing some fun DIY Easter crafts with your family? Whether you have little ones or teenagers or enjoy crafts yourself, there are plenty of craft ideas that will bring joy and creativity to your home this holiday season. From painting Easter eggs to making bunny masks, these 10 DIY Easter craft ideas are perfect for all ages, and our plant-based bowls and plates are great to put materials in while you work. So, let's hop into Easter with these egg-citing craft ideas!

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Crafts for ages 0-3:

  1. Finger-painted Easter Eggs: Let your little one's creativity shine with some finger-painted Easter eggs. All you need is some paint, paper, and little fingers to make some colourful and unique Easter egg art.
  2. Paper Plate Bunny: Using a paper plate, some construction paper, and cotton balls, create an adorable bunny that your little one can play with or hang up as a decoration.

Crafts for ages 4-6:

  1. Bunny Ears Headband: With some pipe cleaners and felt, create some bunny ears that your little one can wear around the house or on an Easter egg hunt.
  2. Egg Carton Chicks: Using an egg carton, paint, and some googly eyes, make some cute and fluffy chicks to add to your Easter decorations.

 Crafts for ages 7-10:

  1. Easter Egg Wreath: Using a foam wreath form and some plastic Easter eggs, create a colourful and festive wreath to hang on your front door.
  2. Spring Flower Garland: Using construction paper and string, create a garland of flowers to brighten up any room in the house.

Crafts for the whole family:

  1. Bunny Planter: Using a terracotta pot, paint, and some felt, create an adorable bunny planter to display your spring flowers.
  2. Easter Egg Piñata: Get the whole family involved in making an Easter egg piñata, and then have some fun breaking it open on Easter Sunday.

Crafts for teenagers:

  1. Easter Bunny Pillow: Using fabric and stuffing, create a cute and cuddly bunny pillow to add to your Easter décor. Spotlight would be a good place to get supplies or your local op shop.
  2. String Art Easter Egg: Using a wooden board, nails, and string, create a unique and colourful string art Easter egg that you can display on your wall. Tip you can get supplies from Bunnings.

Remember, these craft ideas are just a starting point – feel free to get creative and make them your own. You can also check out our pinterest board here for more ideas. And don't forget to use our plant-based bowls and plates to keep your craft materials organized while you work! Happy Easter crafting!