Easy homemade easter crafts to make that will make easter an even more enjoyable experience including easter bunny mask, paper plate Easter Bunny, easter bunny ears, easy no-bake clay for easter ornaments, homemade natural dye for easter eggs, giant easter eggs, and more easter crafts...
Easter Bunny Mask
- Paper Plate
- Pink Construction Paper
- White Pipe Cleaners
Cut out eyes and nose in the paper plate.
Next cut out the bunny ears from the pink construction paper and glue the ears to the plate.
Use the pipe cleaners to make the bunny whiskers. Attach them to the plate by glueing them on.
Tie the yarn to each side of the plate; use the yarn to hold the mask in place.
Paper Plate Easter Bunny
- large paper plate
- small paper plate
- staples or glue
- pink construction paper
- crayons or markers
- cotton ball
Glue the small paper plate to the top of the large one to form the bunny's head and body, like so: oO
Cut out bunny ears from pink construction paper. Staple or glue the ears to the head.
Draw on eyes, nose, and whiskers with crayons or markers.
Glue a cotton ball on the back for the tail.
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Easter Bunny Ears
- Construction paper (pink and white)
Cut out bunny ears using the white construction paper; then cut out smaller ears using the pink construction paper.
Glue the pink ears onto the white ears so the pink resembles the inside of the bunny's ears.
Using the white construction paper, make a band the right size to fit around the child's head. Staple in place.
Attach the bunny ears to the band.
Easy No-bake Clay for Easter Ornaments
- 1 cup cornstarch
- 1 1/4 cups cold water
- 2 cups baking soda
- food coloring (optional)
Add the cornstarch, water, and baking soda in a medium saucepan and stir over medium heat for about 5 minutes.
Add food coloring, if using.
Remove from heat, turn on a plate and cover with a damp cloth. Let cool.
When cool knead like you would bread dough. Store in an airtight container.
Shape clay into whatever ornaments and shapes you desire.
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Homemade Natural Dye for Easter Eggs
For a fool-proof way to hard-boil eggs:
Place eggs in a single layer in a saucepan; add enough tap water to cover at least 1 inch above eggs. Cover and bring to boiling.
Remove from heat and leave for about 1/2 hour.
Immediately place pot under cold running water until water in pot is cold.
Dry eggs and decorate immediately or store in refrigerate. Do not decorate cracked eggs, instead use them in recipes or eat them up as soon as possible.
- Different Shades of Red: beets, raspberries, cranberries, grape juice, or red onions
- Different Shades of Yellow: Yellow onion skins, orange peels, lemon peels, shredded carrot, celery seed, ground cumin or ground turmeric
- Pale green: Spinach leaves
- Golden: Yellow Golden Delicious Apple peels
- Light Blue: frozen blueberries, thawed
- Light brown: Strong brewed coffee
Place the hard-boiled eggs in a single layer in a large pot (do not stack them). Pour in just enough water to cover the eggs, add about 1 teaspoon vinegar and the desired natural dye to the water.
Bring the water to a boil; reduce heat and simmer for about 15 minutes.
If you'd rather not go natural, either use food coloring or go out and buy an egg colouring kit.
Giant Easter Eggs
- Crochet Thread
- Watered Down Glue
- Large Paintbrushes
Blow up the balloon and tie a 2 foot piece of thread to the bottom.
Using a large paint brush, cover the entire balloon with the watered down glue (work quickly so the glue doesn't have a chance to dry).
Wrap crochet thread around the balloon in one direction, leaving small gaps about 1/2 inch wide so the balloon isn't completely covered.
Apply another light layer of glue on top of the thread and wrap with another layer of crochet thread in another direction.
Repeat until the balloon is covered with thread.
Hang the balloon from the bottom thread to dry for about 24 hours.
When fully dry, pop the balloon and gently pull it out of the thread.
Sponge Painted Easter Eggs
Place hard boiled eggs in egg cups.
Partially fill paper cups with different colors of paint.
Cut a sponge into as many pieces as you have colors of paint. Get the same number of clothespins and use them to grab the pieces of sponge.
Using the clothespins as a handle, lightly dab the sponge over the top half of the egg; use as many colors as you'd like. Let dry thoroughly.
Turn egg over in the cup and repeat the procedure.
Let the egg dry completely.
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