Keep your little bunnies busy with these Easter crafts for kids
Get cracking with these eggcellent Easter crafts for kids so you can cross 'things to do at home to keep the children from wrecking the house and whinging all day' off your list.
Bunny bobble head
Fireflies and Mudpies bobbed onto our arty radar with this 24-carrot-gold (see what we did there?) craft idea.
Here's a chic(k) craft that's a cinch to make for even the smallest of folk. Break out the art supplies and hop over to these instructions by Kids Craft Room.
Bunny pen pot
While our dining room may not be masquerading as a classroom desk right now we'll definitely still be putting this cute-as-a-button pen pot to good use. Jump over to 5 Minutes for Mom for full instructions.
Dip-dyed rainbow eggs
Our good friends over at HoneyKids Asia know a thing or two about an egg-citing Easter, and we're loving their dip-dyed rainbow egg tutorial. Don't forget to #londonforkidz with photos of the finished creations: we're dye-ing to see them!
Easter mason jars
If you can't get hold of mason jars, old jam jars or similar will do the trick. Follow easy peasy instructions by No.2 Pencil, then fill them with some sweet treats. Brownie points for doorstep delivering the finished product (being careful to always socially distance, of course), to someone who needs a bit of chirping up.
We can't get out to the farms to see all the real baby chicks at the moment, but we can bring some Spring into the house with these paper versions. Cheap, cheap and easy to make, just bounce over to Easy Peasy & Fun for the lowdown (but don't forget to bounce back here again when you're done).
Washi tape Easter cards
Easter pet collection
Use this tutorial by Crafting Chicks to transform your boring old empty loo rolls into your very own Easter pet collection. It might take a while to complete the set if you're rationing toilet roll like we are at the mo, mind.
Hoppy Easter, everyone!
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