Get creative this season with simple and fun Easter craft ideas for kids from Home Depot. From dyed eggs to homemade garland, HD shows you how simple items can become adorable decor that your kids will be proud to show off. Using your favorite craft items and a bit of creativity, these Easter projects are fun for the whole family.
Glass Jar Bunny
Perfect for flower vases, Easter table decor or filled with special treats, this bunny jar is easy to make.
- Glass jar
- Acrylic or chalk paint (white and pink)
- Paint brush
- Glue gun
- White felt
- Googly eyes
- Black permanent marker
- Paint the jars with white paint and let dry completely.
- Using your hot glue gun, attach the eyes to the jar.
- Next, using your pink paint, add the bunny nose to the jar. Then, with your permanent marker, make the bunny mouth.
- To make the ears and feet, trace the shape on the white felt and then cut out with scissors. Then, with your pink paint, finish the bunny ears and feet.
- Attach the ears and feet to the jar and allow to dry.
Bunny in the Flowerpot
Let kids get creative with colors to create a festive flower pot. Budget-friendly and adorable, this curious easter project can be done using paint, a clay pot and just a few other items.
- Terra cotta or clay pot
- Hot glue gun
- Small and large pom poms
- Craft paint
- Start by cutting out two small oval shapes in the felt to make the feet. Then, snip three pieces of your larger pom pom to make bunny toes.
- Next, using your glue gun, glue the feet and toes together.
- Apply hot glue to the inside edge of the flower pot and set the large pom pom inside.
- Now, glue your small pom pom on the end of the large pom pom to create the tail.
- Lastly, glue the felt feet on each side of the large pom pom, making sure to attach to the flower pot as well.
- Tip: You can leave your clay pot its normal terra cotta color, or opt to let kids paint the pot. If painting, allow a half-day for paint to dry.
Spring Characters Garland
Perfect for hanging up in kids’ rooms or near the Easter dinner table, this is one of the easiest DIY Easter crafts to bring seasonal cheer to any space.
- Googly eyes
- Construction paper
- Measure the wall where you will hang the garland to determine how long you should cut the twine and how many characters you want to create.
- Next, begin tracing six or more medium-sized ovals to create your spring characters’ bodies. Get creative with their decor, using construction paper to form their arms, wings and design.
- Use your scissors to cut out the shapes and begin gluing the characters’ bodies together.
- Now, attach the googly eyes with your glue.
- Allow the characters to dry.
- While they are drying, cut your twine and gather your clothes pins.
- Once dry, attach the bunnies, chicks and other characters to the twine using your clothespins and hang.
You can find all these projects and more on the Home Depot Website.
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