Easter is just around the corner and that means the little ones are getting some days off school! Parents all around the world want to keep them entertained while having a fun time with the rest of the family. If you want to get creative with your kids, here are 5 fun & simple Easter DIY ideas that you can do together! 

Or if you’re looking for some more adult-appropriate crafts, check out these  four Classy DIY Easter Egg Ideas.

Let’s get started with the DIYs…

Toilet paper easter bunny

This cute craft idea is the perfect way to recycle your finished toilet paper rolls and make some nice Easter DIY home decor out of them!

What you need:

  • The same amount of rolls as you want bunnies
  • Paint
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Yarn
  • A4 white paper (or coloured paper if you want to make it more fun!)
  • Stick-on googly eyes. 

Start by painting your roll with the color you want your bunny to be. Then draw its face, ears and paws on your paper and cut them. Once your roll is dry, glue the parts of your bunny on to it… and it’s done!

Mini clothes pin easter puppets

This DIY doubles as a fun new toy for your kids, and it’s very easy to make!

What you need:

  • Old clothes pins
  • Paper
  • Coloured markers
  • Scissors
  • Glue

Start off by drawing your bunny, grass, little chicken and egg. Make sure the sizes match the size of your clothes pin. Then grab your scissors (with adult supervision or just do it yourself to avoid injuries), cut your figures and glue them on the pins. There you have it, cute Easter themed miniature puppets!

Easter bunny plant pot

This one can double as a kids’ or adult DIY project! If you’re hosting an Easter party for your family and are looking for decor ideas to fit the theme, then try spicing up your plant pots by giving them bunny faces!

What you need:

  • A4 paper
  • Markers
  • Scissors
  • Stick-on googly eyes
  • Yarn

This one is super easy and won’t take you longer than 10 minutes! Just draw your ears, paws and nose. Then cut your yarn in 6 small pieces and when you have all your parts ready start glueing them onto the pot. It will look so cute in your garden, your guests will love it!

Easter bunny socks

Do you have any old socks missing their partner at the back of your dresser drawer? Yes, don’t lie… we all do. But here’s the GOOD NEWS, you can use them for this next DIY!

What you need:

  • Rubber bands
  • Ribbon
  • Scissors
  • Markers
  • Rice
  • Your old socks of course!

Start by filling up your sock with rice and tying up the first section with a rubber band once it looks like a little belly. Then continue with the second half of your bunny which would be the head and tie it up on top. Once you’re done with that, cut the ends in half to make the ears. Draw its face and decorate with a nice ribbon around its neck. This could be a good home decor piece or a new stuffed animal for your little ones!

Hand painted bunnies

This last one is very easy and if your kids like to get their hands dirty, they will love it. Just get a pen, paper and some paint. Start by painting the palms of their hands (or yours too if you want to enjoy the fun!) and quickly pressing them onto the sheet of paper. Wait about 10-15 minutes until it dries and add the eyes, mouth and whiskers. You can also add some other details like the insides of its ear and nose with pink paint. This is also a great activity to involve everyone in the family or everyone attending your Easter party. Just get a big mural paper and have all of your guests make their own hand bunny. They are sure going to enjoy it! 

We want to see your Easter crafts…

We hope these 5 fun & simple Easter DIY ideas for kids could spark your interest in getting crafty during the Easter holidays. If you decide to do one of these art projects with your kids, we’d love to see the results! You can share your photos on Instagram and tag us with #MyPostcardMoment. Also, while you’re at it don’t forget to give us a follow!

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Hiya, I’m Maud. I’m an English girl who's moved to Berlin - because who wouldn’t fall in love with a country which has words like ‘Kummerspeck’ hidden around every corner... I love traveling and finding out the quirks of each country - and what better way to remember them than on a postcard?

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