These Easter bunny shaped rainbow crayons are so cute and will give the kids hours of rainbow coloring fun!
Step 1: Break crayons into small pieces. We choose bright and pastel colors for an Easter feel.
Step 2: Fill each mold to the top and mix and match different colors in each.
Step 3: Bake the crayons at 300°F for 10 min. Let them cool completely.
Step 4: Take the crayons out of the mold and let your coloring adventure begin!
Thanks moonfrye for this super -easy DIY
Step 2: Thread ribbon, fishing line or yarn through the bottom of the first egg making sure to leave some to tie into a pretty bow at the end.
Step 3: Thread ribbon through top half of egg then attach the egg.
Step 4: Repeat, repeat, repeat until you have the length you want.
Thanks eclecticallyvintage for this super-easy DIY
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These adorable pom pom Easter chicks are perfectly spring, festive and easy!
Step 1: Start by making out yarn pom poms. There are many different techniques out there to use (i.e. using a fork, cardboard, etc). Feel free to find a technique that suits you and your budget.
Step 2: Once you’ve made your pom poms, you’re going to cut your pipe cleaner into small pieces for the Easter chicks feet and beak. You don’t need to measure these pieces, just be sure the pieces are big enough to bend into little feet (as pictured below) and that you can fold the beak in half so that there isn’t a sharp piece of the wire poking out of his little face.
Step 3: Now we’re ready to assemble. You’ll place a dab of glue on each foot and push it into the pom pom and do the same with the beak . You can use a glue gun to attach all of the pieces to keep the assembly time quick and easy. A low-temp glue gun is safe and has a fast drying time.
Step 4: Glue on your wiggly eyes — and we’re done!
How adorable are these sweet little Easter chicks? They would make great little favors for an upcoming Easter party or dinner, right? You could even add them to little Easter baskets as well.
Thanks craftsunleashed for this super easy DIY!
These a-DORK-able wooden bunnies with their long floppy ears and buck teeth for Easter are too cute!!
Step 1: Cut your 2x4x8 so that you have a 12 inch, a 10 inch and an 8 inch long piece of wood.
Step 2: Sand down all the edges until smooth.
Paint the blocks brown. Let dry, paint with crackle medium, only let dry about 20 minutes- following directions on crackle medium bottle.
Step 3: Now use cream paint and go over the crackle medium with a well loaded brush in one stroke, making sure NOT to touch the paint that you have added to the blocks.
Step 4: Allow the paint to dry. Take the basswood and draw out a rounded edged triangle, this will be the nose, you will need three.
Step 5: Sand then paint them with a couple coats of pink paint.
Step 6: Cut three pieces of black wire for each bunny. Cut at about 10 inches long. On both sides, zigzag the wire with hands, doing all three pieces at the same time. Give them a twist right in the middle to hold them in place.
Use pink chalk or a woman’s blush with the medium pompom to create ‘cheeks’ on the bunnies. Add a small rectangle out of the white felt with a thin cut up the middle about half way into the rectangle, these are the teeth. In the middle of those cheeks, glue your bunny whiskers, teeth and top with a pink nose.
Step 7: Use the same medium pompom to add black paint dots for eyes.
Then use a small pompom to add white paint dots to the cheeks, nose, and eyes.
Step 8: To create the ears. you will cut a 14×2 inch piece of fabric with the pinking scissors, rounding the ends. Tie a knot in the middle of the ears, then cut two oval pieces of pink gingham about 1.5×5 inches. Use a fabric glue to adhere the pink gingham to the cream fabric. Then use hot glue to glue the buttons and ears to the bunnies.
Step 9: Next is just to add ribbon and buttons to decorate your bunnies.
Step 10: Each bunny is different. Add the ribbon bow at the side of the ears or in the middle of them.
Or loop a bow around the middle of the bunny. Anyway you decorate them, they are gonna be cuties!
Thanks creativemeinspiredyou for this super-easy DIY.
Easter is now just a few weeks away, so if you have kids, you might be on the look out for some great fun Easter Card Crafts to make with them.
Opening Egg Card Craft
If your are younger you may have to construct the card shape first, but they could have great fun decorating the egg shape and writing their own little message inside.
This card would be great to do with ribbon scraps and deco tape as well.
Little Bunnies Card
Children could have a lot of fun drawing the grass and the flowers, or even sticking down fabric or paper flowers instead. And why stop at 2 little bunnies, you could have a whole field of them if you wanted to. Or you could relocate your little bunnies to different settings – why not a beach if you live by the seaside, to make them a little more personal
Down the Rabbit Hole Easter Card
You can image this little easter bunny is hiding easter eggs down that hole, and bunny tails are just so cute. This just requires a few simple shapes then just just need to layer them right to build up your little bunny behind. This might be more suited to older children but little kids could have fun decorating the grass around the bunny hole too.
Finger Painting Easter Card
Your toddler will be able to have fun playing with finger paints whilst you help produce a cute card your relatives will be happy to receive. You could also make little lamps on black card with white paint too, that would be cute!
Bunny and Chick Easter Cards
They have some great simple paper craft ideas for all seasons and occasions, for kid crafters and for grown up crafters too. You can probably find ready cut egg shapes to make them even easier to make.
Thanks daisydayz for this super easy DIY