Hop into the Easter with these adorable & fun spring activities that the whole family is sure to love!
Make Bunny Crayons
Recycle all of your old and broken crayons laying around the house and make these festive rainbow bunny crayons. These are super simple to make! All you have to do is purchase a silicone bunny mold, add broken up crayons, and bake for ten minutes at 300 F. See all of the directions here!
Make Rock Candy
Turn your kitchen into a science lab and teach your little ones how to make your very own rock candy. Trust us they will love watching the rock crystals grow in just one week! For all of the detailed instructions click here.
So you know all those adorable socks that are laying around whose matching pair has just seemed to vanish out of thin air? Now they can be put to good use and transformed into an adorable sock bunny! This DIY is perfect for teaching your kids the basics of sewing. *Please be consciousness of the age appropriateness of the needle and scissors being used.* Just snip, sew, and stuff to make this cute little fella! Your kids will love customizing them by drawing on a face, gluing on googly eyes, or painting on a nose; the possibilities are endless!
Easter Bunny Treat Cones
Hop on over to We Are Scout for this adorable free printable! All you need to do is print, cut, roll, and tape to make the perfect little treat cone, stuff it with some yummy goodies and enjoy!
Cute Carrot Treat Cones
How about some adorable carrots to go with the bunny cones? We Are Scout created this free printable to add even more cuteness to your DIY Easter decor!
Ice Cream Cone Easter Eggs
It's no secret that painting eggs is the most popular crafting activity to partake in around Easter, so why not take advantage and create the cutest little ice cream cone eggs? These guys are sure to melt your heart and bring some adorable fun into your holiday celebration.
Painted Bunny Jars
These darling bunny jars are a great DIY craft for you and your little ones to do together! Even though Make Life Lovely recommends that you spray paint the jars, we think it would be just as great if you had your kids paint directly on the jar themselves with their favorite paint brush or sponge. This is a great way to use all of those empty baby jars, mason jars, jelly jars, or any jar really.
What Easter crafts do you have planned this year? We would love to see them on Instagram, tag us at @CraftingItForward or hashtag #CraftingItForward!
xo Kerisa Ward