Posts Tagged "easter"

Kids’ Easter Table Topper Crafts

Combine a cute kids' craft with DIY décor! These Easter table toppers will add a special something to your holiday meal and keep the kiddos busy in the hours leading up to it. Cardboard Bunnies Reuse old cardboard paper towel rolls, turning them into bunny table toppers. Cut each tube into three or four segments. Your child can paint the outside of the tube with temperas. Let the cardboard dry. As the paint is drying, cut out circle shapes from card stock paper. Add two small ovals to the top as ears. Your child can decorate the circle (the bunny's...

Plastic Easter Egg Crafts for Kids

You already use plastic Easter eggs to hide your child's holiday goodies. But what should you do with them after the holiday is over? You could throw them away or save them for next year. Or, you could upcyle them into awesome art activities! If you have leftover plastic Easter eggs, check out these projects that are perfect for pint-sized Picassos. Paint Print Pour several different colors of tempera paint onto a piece of cardboard. Open the eggs and have your child dip the flat (circle-shaped) sized into the paint. They can press the paint-covered edge onto a piece of...

Easter Bunny Eat Kids’ Holiday Craft

With Easter about the hop into holiday view, now is the time to stock up on plenty of bunny-themed crafts for kids. Help your little one to get into the Easter spirit with a fun art activity that doubles as a pretend play prop. This bunny crown craft is easy to make and perfect for the preschooler who wants to act out an Easter-time role. Here's What You'll Need Construction paper Masking tape Card stock paper or cardboard (or any other thick paper) Scissors Crayons Clear-drying school glue Cotton balls How to Steps Turn 8x10-inch construction paper horizontally. Cut two...

Easy Bunny-Themed Easter Bread Recipes

Make your Easter feast even better with these bunny-themed menu picks. Add a family-friendly flare to your holiday treat list, creating a few extra items that the kids can help you to make. Instead of serving regular rolls, try these imaginative rabbit alternatives! Cute Cornbread Bake a batch of cornbread, using a favorite recipe or store-bought mix. Use a muffin tin to make individual cakes. After baking the cornbread cakes, have the kids decorate them like bunnies. Chop celery and carrots to use as ears, add raisins as eyes or draw on facial features with peanut butter and jelly (use...

4 Easter Art Activities for Kids

It's time to get hopping! Easter is right around the corner, and your kids are ready to craft for the holiday. If you're on the lookout for a few easy art activities, check out these easy, imaginative and awesome ideas for kids in preschool and up. Bunny Mask Cut two eye holes and a mouth hole in the center of a paper plate. Have your child glue two bunny ears (made from card stock paper) onto the top and paint or color the front of the plate. Punch one hole on each side of the plate. Tue a piece of...

Easter Egg Art Activities for Kids

Don't have time to dip and dye Easter eggs with the kiddos? That's okay. Before you make the traditional standards, try these other options. Use the art activities as holiday décor or just keep them to commemorate the special day! Paper Easter Egg Collage Cut a large oval from poster board or card stock paper. Give your child a stack of construction paper scraps (leftover from other art activities) to glue on to the egg. They can create patterns, make an abstract Easter design or puzzle together holiday-themed shapes such as bunnies or chickies. Craft Felt Eggs This is an...

Leftover Easter Egg Recipes

You've made dozens of dip and dye eggs for Easter. Now what? Provided you used food coloring (meaning that the color is completely safe and edible) to add the hues and have kept the eggs cold (in the fridge), you can turn these holiday items into a delicious meal. Check out these awesome Easter egg recipes to try with your kiddo's creations. Avocado Egg Toast Take the popular toast creation up a notch with the addition of hard-boiled eggs. Toast multi-grain bread, spread a creamy avocado across it and top the bread with a sliced egg. Sprinkle cheese over the...

DIY Easter Holiday Decor for Kids

As the winter weather winds down and the spring sun starts shining, the Easter holiday gets closer. If you're looking for a creative way to decorate your home for the holiday, without spending too much, check out these easy kid-created Easter art activity ideas! Easter Garland Trace a bunny face onto card stock paper, using several different pastel colors. Use a stencil, cookie cutter or your own template (draw the bunny onto cardboard and cut it out). Your child can cut the bunny tracings out, punch two holes in the paper (one on each side) and tie the rabbits together...

What’s In an Orthodox Easter Basket?

Unlike the chocolate bunny, marshmallow chickee-filled basket that’s decorated with plastic grass and candy-colored eggs, the Ukrainian Orthodox Easter basket isn’t filled entirely with sweets. But that doesn’t mean it can’t come with plenty of treats — just not of the cream-centered egg variety. What goes into an Ukrainian Orthodox Easter basket? Check out some of the common items that you’d find. Pysanky and Eggs Instead of those candy or plastic (candy-filled) eggs you might think of when you hear the words “Easter basket,” the Ukrainian version includes pysanky. These are decorated eggs that are made by using a wax...

Easter Egg Art Alternatives

Celebrating Easter by coloring eggs is a tradition that you’ve always enjoyed. But this year you’re looking for a few fun Easter egg alternatives. Even tough you still plan on making plenty of the dip and dye eggs, the kids are also asking for other artsy ideas. Check out these options that are completely crafty — and fun for all ages! Felt Eggs Cut craft felt sheets into ovals. Make as many ovals, in as many sizes, as your child wants. Each oval is one egg. Your child has a few décor options to dress-up the eggs. They can cut...