I’m not sure what it is about paper crafting, but I find it very relaxing! Paper Craft projects come together quickly, and if make a mistake, it’s usually easy to fix.
Here’s a great list of Easter Paper Crafts for you to try soon. Many of the projects are printables and won’t take much time. There are also some projects to keep the kiddos busy.
Handmade Easter Cards are my favorite paper crafting projects. I find card making very relaxing. With the variety of supplies that’s available, I never get bored and the possibilities are endless.
These Decoupage Easter Eggs are very unique and will look beautiful on your table for Easter. They are a wonderful mix of rustic and eclectic.
This pretty Happy Easter printable will be a nice end table accent when printed on pastel card stock and put in a simple frame. You could add touches of color if you want with colored pencils or markers, but it’s loved just the way it is.
This little Printable Easter Basket will keep the kiddos busy for a little bit, giving you time to do some Easter Dinner prep. It’s just the right size for little candies.
You can add some raffia or Easter Grass in the bottom and add a decorated egg for an Easter Decoration. They are also a good size for place tags for the Easter Table.
Easter Bunny Water Bottles would be a fun scout or classroom project, or you could make them for an Easter Party. They only take a few supplies and a little bit of time.
Kids really enjoy making crafts no matter what time of year it is. This Bunny Bag will get them to work on their coloring and cutting skills.
This Happy Easter Pillow Box is printable and a great size for holding little candies or gifts. I suggest printing them on card stock instead of copy paper. A little bit of craft glue and a clothes pin to hold it while it dries will make it easier to assemble.
Here’s another printable for the kids. I think the boys would especially like making these Robot Rabbits. Print out several sheets, spread them out on a table with paper and scissors and let them create!
Here’s a Geometric Easter Egg Coloring Activity that will keep the kids busy on a rainy afternoon. When they finish coloring all of the Easter Eggs, they can staple the pages together to make a flip book.
These Paper Plate Easter Bunnies are so cute! With a few inexpensive supplies, kids can create these. You could have the kids make lots of these and string them along to make a cool Easter Bunny Garland decoration.
I would love to have a set of these Spring Dot Art Frames for my house during Easter. They are really easy to make, but oh so cute!!
I hope you like these Easter Paper Crafts and will give some of them a try. Everyone needs a dose of Craft Therapy!