Fear not, lockdown shall not bore you to tears! These Easter crafts will keep you (or the kids) occupied during this bizarre international shared experience. If you want to enjoy a little r&r or keep the kids busy during this hectic time, these Easter crafts are ideal. Taking time to explore new arts and crafts is a great way to be creative and have fun.
7 Adorable Easter Crafts To Keep Occupied During LockDown!
If you’re a crafter already, there’s a chance that you have a well-stocked arsenal of supplies. For this list, we chose and created a few great Easter themed projects that don’t require too many different supplies.
These adorable little chick softies are so sweet and a great way to put your hand sewing skills to the test. Alison (the teacher of this little class) shares two hand-stitched projects! The egg-shaped chicks are very easy to make and stuff so it’s a great little project to occupy the evenings.
Make some Easter Bunny ears with colourful fabric and wire! You could even upcycle an old wire coathanger but you would need to be strong to bend it easily. These are easy and fun to make and they’re great for a children’s party activity. Make a whole set of bunny ears in different colors and sizes for your family of bunnies.
This Easter basket is essential for the next Easter Egg hunt! This basket is great for practising machine skills and hand sewing skills. Once you’ve attached the pompom tail, your basket is ready to fill with chocolate. All of the chocolate.
DIY Egg Floral Table Setting
This easy but effective idea can be made easily using egg shells, paint, moss, willows and small flowers. Be sure to grab a glue gun and work carefully.
How To Make The Egg Floral Table Setting:
- Attach the eggs together in a ring using a good dollop of hot glue
- Paint the outsides – you can be rough
- Fill with moss
- Add flowers and willows and mini eggs
How To Make A Unicorn Egg
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You will need:
How To Make A Unicorn Egg:
To make the horn use the gold paper in the shape of a tall triangle with a curved bottom. Then roll together to form the shape of a horn. Now you can use hot glue to secure the horn shut.
Next you should take your mulberry flowers and start turning them into a tiny wreath that will easily go over the horn and secure on top.
Glue the horn to the top of the egg and then put the flower crown over the top.
Then you draw some eyelashes et voila! You’re done.
Toilet Roll Tube Animals
If you need to keep your children occupied then decorating old toilet roll tubes is an excellent way to pass the afternoon. Using different colours of paper or even paint, your kids can use these images as references. A grown up will be required to cut out small pieces like eyes, or just to supervise while scissors are being used.
There are so many little options!
The Last Of The Easter Crafts; Pretty Egg Vases
All you need for this craft is a pack of markers, eggs and some flowers. Draw some cute little rosy cheeks and eyelashes to make fancy egg vases! They’re a very sweet way to decorate a table and would be a great cress project for the kids.
Finally, Need More Easter Crafts?
As we reach the end of this post, I realise I may not have satisfied your need for crafty projects. Check out these related posts:
- 5 Excellent Easter Craft Ideas To Make This Weekend
- How To Decoupage Easter Eggs Like A Pro!
- 5 Delightful Ways To Celebrate Easter With The Kiddos
- 22 Fabulous Free Printables For Easter
- How To Make Cute Paper Easter Baskets