Toddlers wearing bunny ears painting easter eggs surrounded by bunny bunting - Clair de Lune UK

Hey there, lovely mums and dads! With Easter hopping around the corner, it's the perfect time to get creative with your little ones. There's something truly magical about crafting with toddlers, seeing their eyes light up with joy as they create something special with their own tiny hands. So, roll up your sleeves and let's dive into some egg-citing DIY Easter crafts that will keep your toddlers entertained and spark their creativity!

  1. Egg-cellent Easter Egg Decorating: Who doesn't love decorating Easter eggs? It's a classic tradition that's fun for all ages, especially toddlers! Grab some hard-boiled eggs, non-toxic paint, stickers, and markers, and let your little artist's imagination run wild. They can create patterns, draw funny faces, or even make little animal characters out of their eggs. It's a fun activity that promises loads of giggles and smiles!

  2. Bunny Ears Headband: Transform your little one into the cutest bunny in town with a homemade bunny ears headband! All you need is some sturdy cardstock, a headband, and a bit of glue. Cut out two bunny ear shapes from the card, decorate them with glitter, pom-poms, or stickers, then attach them to the headband. Voila! Your toddler will be hopping with joy as they wear their adorable bunny ears around the house.

  3. Paper Plate Easter Basket: Easter wouldn't be complete without a basket full of goodies! Instead of buying one, why not make a personalised Easter basket with your toddler? Grab a paper plate, some construction paper, and crayons or felt-tip pens. Help your little one decorate the paper plate to look like a basket, then cut out a handle from the construction paper and attach it to the sides. Now they have their very own basket to collect Easter eggs during the egg hunt!

  4. Chick Finger Puppet: Get ready for some finger puppet fun with this adorable chick craft! All you need is a yellow felt or paper, googly eyes, and some glue. Cut out a chick shape from the felt or paper, then glue on the googly eyes and draw a cute little beak. Once it's dry, slip it onto your toddler's finger and watch as they put on their very own Easter puppet show!

  5. Easter Egg Maracas: Turn plastic Easter eggs into musical instruments with this simple DIY craft! Fill plastic eggs with rice, dried beans, or small beads, then seal them shut with a bit of tape or glue. Decorate the eggs with stickers, markers, or paint to make them festive. Now your toddler can shake, rattle, and roll to their heart's content, creating their own Easter music wherever they go!

Remember, the most important thing is to have fun and enjoy the process of crafting together with your little one. These DIY Easter crafts are not only entertaining but also provide valuable bonding time and help develop your child's creativity and fine motor skills. So, gather your supplies, put on your crafting hats, and let the Easter crafting adventures begin!

Wishing you all a hoppy Easter filled with love, laughter, and lots of crafty creations!


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