Easter is just around the corner! It's one of my favorite times of the year! Flowers are blooming. The Sun is shining and Peter Cottontail is hopping down the bunny trail! Hippity Hoppity Easter's on the way! The holidays are a wonderful excuse to spend extra time together as a family. If you a longtime reader fo Secrets of a Work at Home Mom than you know one of our favorite holiday traditions is to do crafts as a family. I went ahead and compiled a list of 15 fun Easter crafts you can do with your kids from some of my favorite blogging buddies mixed with some great craft kits you can get on Amazon!
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First up is this adorable paper plate bunny craft from The Best Ideas for Kids. Paper plate crafts are fun for kids of all ages and one of my favorites to do with my own children. My son and daughter are three years apart so this adorable bunny paper plate craft is something they both can enjoy making. Bonus: The grandparents love getting homemade crafts from my kids for the holiday – I think they will love this one!
We made these sequin eggs last Easter and they were a hit! First, look at how gorgeous they are and they are very easy to do. They made gorgeous gifts for Easter. I have a feeling I will be buying another set this year. We love them so much!
Tissue paper crafts are a great idea to do with your kids this Easter. My friend from Three Little Hens shows you how to make this adorable Easter egg craft using easy to find supplies.
Imagine being able to make a personalized Easter basket with your kids they can use every year? Well, my friend at Crafty Little Gnome shows your exactly how to do just that with this adorable DIY Easter basket!
Can I be honest for a second? I'm not a huge fan of painting eggs. I think it's because I despise the smell – ha! This year I'm switching things up and bought this ready to paint wooden eggs. My kids LOVE to paint and I won't have to deal with the smell of the real eggs. It's a win/win!
When I saw these adorable little chicks on The Inspiration Edit's page I knew I had to include them in this post. My daughter is going to flip over these little cuties. According to the directions, they look very simple to make and if you've been a reader of mine for a while you know this work from home Mama needs simple! I can't wait to try this out this Easter.
It's tough finding crafts for Easter that my seven-year-old son will enjoy making so when I find this adorable slime craft my heart sang! The slime craze shows no signs of slowing down in our house and both my kids cannot wait until I let them try this adorable set-out.
As you continue to read this post dedicated to simple, easy and fun Easter crafts you can do with your children you will notice a pattern and that is that I included many foam crafts. Foam craft sets are a must-have for anyone with preschool-aged children because they are a great way to build confidence since many of them can be done independently and this set was too cute to pass up!
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