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10 Unbearably Cute Easter Crafts

Guess what? Easter is in March this year. Yes, that is pretty early, but fear not; there is still enough time to get a head start on your Easter crafting. Check out these unbearably cute Easter craft ideas and then, go on, get started. Easter Candy Jars These Easter Candy Jars are as adorable as they are easy. Who doesn’t love candy? Make these with your kids, your class or even your friends on craft night. This is one simple, inexpensive and unbelievably sweet Easter craft. Bunny Bags These adorable Bunny Bags are a great way to get kids to create some storage for all their Easter loot. Paper crafts are a great way for kids to get creative with patterns and shapes and this craft is a useful one, to boot. Minion Eggs These Minion Easter Eggs will be a hit with your kids and they’ll stand out from the traditionally decorated eggs. Don’t be surprised if you have a whole army of minion before long. Fingerprint Bunnies Just look at those baby bunny bottoms. While finger painting is a little messy, this one might be well worth the effort. These fingerprint bunnies will likely be tucked away to enjoy year after year. Spring Chicks These Spring chicks will brighten up any home and help us remember that Spring is just around the corner. Pom Pom Easter Egg Painting Pom Pom Easter Egg Painting, though a bit messy, is great fun. It’s a great way to teach children about patterns, design and colour. Easter Suncatchers Easter Suncatchers are a great way to decorate your windows and enjoy the Spring sunshine. This time of year we could all use a little more of that sunshine. Egg Painting Egg Painting: Okay, I know what you are thinking.’No way!’ But, I promise, it will be worth it. Just remember to do this one outside. Marshmallow Easter Bunny Making this Marshmallow Easter Bunny is fun and tasty. Make sure you save enough marshmallows to make your bunny. Those little suckers have a habit of disappearing into hungry bellies. Cookie Cutter Stamped Bunny This Cookie Cutter Bunny looks like lots of fun. It is just me or does that look like Fine Art? Whichever craft you choose, you’ll be spending quality time with your family, so what are you waiting for? Go get started.
25 Feb 2016 – 4:48 PM EST

Guess what? Easter is in March this year. Yes, that is pretty early, but fear not; there is still enough time to get a head start on your Easter crafting. Check out these unbearably cute Easter craft ideas and then, go on, get started.

Easter Candy Jars

These Easter Candy Jars are as adorable as they are easy. Who doesn’t love candy? Make these with your kids, your class or even your friends on craft night. This is one simple, inexpensive and unbelievably sweet Easter craft.

Bunny Bags

These adorable Bunny Bags are a great way to get kids to create some storage for all their Easter loot. Paper crafts are a great way for kids to get creative with patterns and shapes and this craft is a useful one, to boot.

Minion Eggs

These Minion Easter Eggs will be a hit with your kids and they’ll stand out from the traditionally decorated eggs. Don’t be surprised if you have a whole army of minion before long.

Fingerprint Bunnies

Just look at those baby bunny bottoms. While finger painting is a little messy, this one might be well worth the effort. These fingerprint bunnies will likely be tucked away to enjoy year after year.

Spring Chicks

These Spring chicks will brighten up any home and help us remember that Spring is just around the corner.

Pom Pom Easter Egg Painting

Pom Pom Easter Egg Painting, though a bit messy, is great fun. It’s a great way to teach children about patterns, design and colour.

Easter Suncatchers

Easter Suncatchers are a great way to decorate your windows and enjoy the Spring sunshine. This time of year we could all use a little more of that sunshine.

Egg Painting

Egg Painting: Okay, I know what you are thinking.’No way!’ But, I promise, it will be worth it. Just remember to do this one outside.

Marshmallow Easter Bunny

Making this Marshmallow Easter Bunny is fun and tasty. Make sure you save enough marshmallows to make your bunny. Those little suckers have a habit of disappearing into hungry bellies.

Cookie Cutter Stamped Bunny

This Cookie Cutter Bunny looks like lots of fun. It is just me or does that look like Fine Art?

Whichever craft you choose, you’ll be spending quality time with your family, so what are you waiting for? Go get started.

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