With fresh spring colors and cut duck-and-bunny designs, Easter crafts are fun for the whole family. Try your hand at making an Easter basket, decorating eggs, or creating fun spring-inspired decorations this season.
Turn an empty egg carton into an Easter craft. Adorn your table with these cute and festive napkin rings.
Transform recycled food containers into art. These upcycled felt baskets are the perfect addition to your Easter egg hunt.
Turn plain plastic eggs into something special -- a craft, a game, or a decoration -- with a few simple supplies and a bit of imagination.
Raid your recycling bin for everything you need to make these spring crafts with your kids.
Simple ways to turn dyed, hard-boiled, and plastic eggs into something extra special.
Help your child create loveable sock bunnies this holiday.
Decoupage floral paper napkins onto ceramic eggs to make beautiful blooms for the breakfast table.
We've hatched some creative ideas for decorating this year, and the best part? They're as easy as they are beautiful.
Celebrate the season with our fresh, fun kids' craft projects.
Looking for an easy Easter craft that's worthy of display? You can make these egg-cellent bunnies in a snap.
Make sweet and simple Easter eggs this year with our darling dye-free decorating techniques.
Drizzle on some rubber cement to create eye-catching Easter eggs.
Looking for a fun Easter craft? Raid your pantry, craft closet, and sock drawer to make our cute Easter projects.
Make wow-worthy Easter eggs this year with our clever (and easy!) dying techniques.
Learn how to make Easter egg chicks that look so real they practically peep!
Easy to make (with the help of your washing machine), these vibrantly colored eggs will brighten your Easter year after year.
Wrap an egg in white yarn to magically transform it into an adorable bunny.
Tired of sugar-crazed kids who've had more jelly beans, marshmallow chicks, and chocolate bunnies on Easter than they should have in a month? Instead of loading up their Easter baskets with tempting treats, fill them with fun and creativity. These inventive ideas came from some of our favorite bloggers. With these engaging baskets, your kids (almost) won't miss the candy.
Directions for making a string Easter egg with an adorable pom-pom chick inside.
Parents' lifestyle editor Taryn Mohrman demonstrates how to make pretty sand designs on Easter eggs.
Parents' lifestyle editor Taryn Mohrman demonstrates how to stuff Easter eggs with eco-friendly confetti.
Each base for these felt totes is a common household container (we made ours with ice-cream and pretzel cartons). Covered in fuzzy felt, they make adorable Easter totes.
Give Easter eggs a marbleized look using a secret ingredient: margarine.
Use glitter and glue dots to give Easter eggs eye-catching polka dots.