When the boys were younger, we would take every opportunity we could to craft and build. They loved it and it was a great way for me to be creative and bond with them at the same time. One of their favorite projects when they were younger was this Easy Easter Craft for Kids.
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Easter Ideas for Kids
My boys and I loved creating decorations and crafts for all holidays, but for especially Easter. They are bigger now, so I am doing most of the Easter Crafts myself.
One of my favorite Easter Crafts this year are these Easy Easter Decorations. The chalkboards are so versatile, and they fit my decor style perfectly! I also REALLY love the sign I made using the Amazing Grace Easter SVG File I created. I think that will actually be a piece of year round decor!
Make Easter Crafts
These little rag bunnies are as cute as can be and they are great for developing fine motor skills.
I was able to find a lot of the supplies I needed to make our bunnies from Oriental Trading Company. They have craft supplies for nearly any age group and project.
Rag Bunny Craft Supplies
Gather your supplies and place them all on your work surface.
Open the washcloth or cut the rag into a square.
Roll the washcloth or rag on an angle towards the center. Do this on the top and bottom corners. This will give you two tubes.
Fold the rolled fabric in half with the rolls on the inside.
Next, fold the ends of the fabric up to make bunny ears.
Wrap a length of ribbon around the second fold of the fabric. This will separate the bunny head from the body and the bunny ears from the head, and it will secure the fabric in place. You could also wrap a rubber band around this section and then cover it with ribbon.
Now, use hot glue or fabric glue to add a pom pom tail and or googly eyes to the bunny.
Fill a small plastic egg with treats, and slide into the fabric bunny.
That’s it! These bunnies are great Easter crafts or even Easter Basket filler! And, they can be reused with ice packs as a boo boo bunny.