There are so many cute and easy crafts that you can do with your kids to celebrate Easter. Kids of all ages will have fun creating fuzzy creatures or Easter eggs and baskets. There are some great ideas here too that will keep the little ones busy while Make the most of your Easter celebration by preparing a brunch table with a few easy, handcrafted items. “A couple of special touches will make it feel like a more special gathering,” says Taryn Mohrman, senior lifestyle editor at Woman’s Day magazine. RICHMOND, Va – Raquel Demery, of Michaels Crafts, stopped by the studio with some fun and kid-friendly spring and easter crafts. You can go beyond the traditional Easter egg by adding glitter for a touch of sparkle, chalk paint, and paper mache. Written by Erin Lawinger. Media by Emily Martiens. Spring has sprung which means Easter is on its way with a variety of crafts to create a grand entrance. With a mess of materials and plenty of pastels, here are some easter crafts to brighten up this The YMCA of Peterborough’s drop-in craft program has a number of creative easter craft ideas to try at home This is not your traditional Easter egg. Four-year-old Lucas Wall has a look of concentration on his face as he tries to add the finishing touches While your child awaits the Easter Bunny’s arrival with eager anticipation, he’ll be almost as delighted to create a special craft for a special someone — and the distraction might even keep him from bouncing off the walls in excitement for a little while. .
Make the most of your Easter celebration by preparing a brunch table with a few easy, handcrafted items. “A couple of special touches will make it feel like a more special gathering,” said Taryn Mohrman, senior lifestyle editor at Woman’s Day magazine. Tin can lamb. Looking for an easy Easter craft or gift? This tin can lamb should fit the bill. And it comes together easily with a clean recycled can, some cotton balls, and a few other embellishments. Makes a great gift for grandma! Honey bunny bookmarks. Easter’s on Sunday, and if you’re like me, you haven’t started dying eggs or making cookies. (Eating jellybeans doesn’t count.) Here’s a roundup of some Easter craft ideas from names such as Martha Stewart, Rachel Ray and Good Housekeeping. Some are kind Whether you’re covering eggs with a coat or two of paint, making handmade cards or decorating bonnets, Easter is a time for arts and crafts in school. Getting glue and glitter everywhere – and filling your classroom with chicks and bunnies – is a .