Are you ready to have yourself an eggcellent Easter? (See what we did there?)
On day 3 of our Happy Easter Bed Hunt, we've put together some cracking Easter crafts to keep your little chickens occupied over the Easter weekend!
The first Easter craft on our list is this easy peasy Easter wreath.
We know, we know...when you think of wreaths you usually think of Christmas. But that doesn't mean we can't use them to celebrate Easter!
All you need to make this wreath can be found in most craft stores - paper, glue and ribbon. Simple cut the colour paper into egg shapes, glue to a paper plate and once dry add the ribbon!
Scissors will be needed to cut the paper into eggs shapes, so it's best to do this before you let your little ones run wild!
Painted Easter Eggs
We're going back to basics with this next Easter egg craft: painting eggs!
It's fair to say we've all had a go at painting our own Easter eggs at some point in our lives. It's a fun, wholesome Easter egg craft that all the family can enjoy.
And the best bit? You can paint them however you'd like!
Floral designs, spotty designs...cute little bunny faces. Let your imagination run wild!
Warning: it may get messy.
Rice Krispie Nests
Now for a tasty craft...a fun Easter recipe! For a quirky take on traditional Rice Krispie buns, why not try these Rice Krispie nests instead?
Yummy, quick, and, of course, very cute, these nests are sure to become a hit in your household.
This Easter recipe takes only 10 minutes and is no-bake too. Replacing the usual ingredient of chocolate, all you need to do is mix melted marshmallow and Rice Krispies together. Once thoroughly mixed, mould the mixture into cup shapes and place in the fridge to set.
Once set, fill with your favourite Easter goodies (mini eggs are our favourite).
It's that simple!
Foam Cup Bunnies
Perfect for if you're having a little Easter party (in keeping with the rule of 6 of course!), these foam cup bunnies are a fun way to get your little ones involved.
This cute Easter craft for kids is super simple and only requires some foam, glue and a pink marker. Oh and some googly eyes too! It's the perfect Easter party accessory.
Paper Bunny Baskets
If you're thinking of having an Easter egg hunt over the Easter weekend then why not try having a crack at these cute little bunny baskets?
These printable sheets come with an easy-to-follow diagram so you know exactly where to cut. Then simply fold and glue to assemble your bunnies!
This Easter activity for kids will make your Easter egg hunt so much more enjoyable, just don't fill the basket with too many eggs as there's a chance it could break under pressure. Then your eggs will go everywhere!
And we don't want that, do we?
Time to Get Crafting!
We hope you enjoy having a go at these Easter crafts as much as we enjoyed writing this blog. Have a 'hoppy' Easter!
Don't forget to use the hashtag #EggyBed so we can see your cracking Easter creations!