Egg box, PET bottle, toilet paper roll and many other materials can be reused in Easter ideas for children. In addition, DIY projects aimed at children use EVA, felt and cardboard.

Easter is one of the most important holidays on the calendar. At this time of year, children eagerly await Easter eggs and carry out activities at school that stimulate creativity.

Easter ideas to do with children (DIY)

We have selected the best Easter ideas to do with children. Check out 40 projects:

1 – Easter egg balloons

Colorful balloons, which are present at birthday parties, can also make children happy at Easter.

Easter egg balloons

2 – Rabbit tiara

The Easter Bunny tiara has everything to be a hit with boys and girls. This idea was carried out with a disposable plate. see the tutorial.

Rabbit Tiara

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3 – Bookmark

The rabbit bookmark is an excellent option to give as a souvenir at school.

Page Marker

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Bookmark template

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4 – Clothesline with bunnies

If you are a teacher, mobilize the children to decorate the classroom. This clothesline of cardboard bunnies is perfect for decorating the Easter panel. See the template below to print:

Clothesline with bunnies

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Clothesline mold with bunnies

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5 – Easter card

Easy-to-make handmade cards are perfect for celebrating Easter. An interesting tip is to print a easter mandala, paint and then personalize the card.

Easter card

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6 –Rabbit hat

Another idea to do with children is the rabbit hat. You will only need cardboards in pastel colors to make this easter crafts.

Bunny hat

Easter Bunny Hat Walkthrough

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7 – Bunny clothespins

Clothespins received a new finish with white paint and turned into Easter rabbits.

Bunny clothespins

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Bunny fasteners step by step

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8 – Bookmarks with clips

Bookmark with clips

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Easy and cute, this bookmark is made with clips. Learn the step by step in the video below:

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9 – Ice cream stick basket

You can create an Easter basket with painted ice cream sticks and an empty toilet paper roll. The base of the basket can be made with a piece of EVA, while the handle takes shape with a pipe cleaner.

Easter basket with ice cream sticks

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Photo: Playback / The Joy Sharing

Photo: Playback / The Joy Sharing

Photo: Playback / The Joy Sharing

10 – Paper basket

The paper basket is very easy to make and can be used to place Easter sweets. Present this craft idea to the children, they will love it!

Paper Easter basket

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Paper Easter basket step by step

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11 –Paper puppet

With cardboard, string and colored pens, you create a paper bunny for children to play on Easter. The articulation of the parts is done with string and tacks. Check out the step by step.

Easter bunny paper puppet

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12 – Easy and fun paper rabbit

That Easter Favors it can be done using only colored cardboard, scissors, glue and a pen. Use two curled strips of paper (like a tube) to make the rabbit’s head and body.

Easter bunny with easy paper

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Paper rabbit step by step

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13 –Personalized baby treats

The glass jar, customized with felt rabbit ears, is perfect for placing Easter sweets.

Personalized easter jars

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14 – Egg dressed as a rabbit

Use paper or felt to dress the rabbit chicken egg.

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Bunny Dressed Egg Step by Step

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Rabbit Dressed Egg Mold

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15 – Rabbit mask

With cardboard and plastic plate, you can create a rabbit mask with the children.

Easter Bunny Mask

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16 – Rabbit basket with milk carton

This basket made with a milk carton allows recycling to be put into practice. As it is a more complex idea, it is worth doing it in the classroom with older children. Access the mold and see the step by step.

Rabbit basket with milk carton

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Rabbit shaped basket step by step

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Rabbit shaped basket step by step 2

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17 – Paper rabbit holding egg

Paper rabbit holding egg

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Don’t know where to put the chocolate egg? Here’s a tip: bet on the paper rabbit. This project is very simple and you can print mold to play at home.

18 – Origami Bunny

Origami Bunny

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Origami is a Japanese folding technique that stimulates creativity and manual skill. How about running that idea with the kids? Watch the video and see how to make a simple origami rabbit:

19 – Cupcakes

Easter cupcakes

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Promote a cupcake workshop at school with the kids. When the dumplings are ready, just place them in thematic molds.

Easter cupcake shape for print

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20 – Cup rabbit

Cup rabbit

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Easter crafts should be easy and creative, as is the case with this Easter bunny that reuses Styrofoam cups. The piece is personalized with pink paint and pompoms of the same color.

Rabbit cup step by step

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21 –Picture frame with cotton balls

The frame of this DIY picture frame was made with cotton balls to resemble a fluffy bunny. Learn the step by step.

Picture frame with cotton balls

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22 –Picture with colored egg

How about teaching kids to make an item of easter decoration? This minimalist comic was made with strips of paper.

Frame with colorful egg

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23 – Salt dough ornaments

There are many simple and inexpensive designs, such as Easter egg ornaments made with salt dough. Bet on this project to decorate a tree with dry branches. The recipe takes 1 cup of flour, 1/2 cup of salt and 1/2 cup of water.

Salt dough ornaments

Salt dough garnish step by step

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24 – Cake packaging

How about serving a delicious cake to the kids? The tip is to place each slice in a special packaging, made with colored paper.

Easter cake packaging

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Easter cake packaging mold

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25 – Rabbit lollipop

If you need to make a low-cost themed souvenir, this suggestion is perfect. The materials are tissue paper, cardboard and thread.

Easter lollipop

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Photo: Playback / Studio DIY

Photo: Playback / Studio DIY

Photo: Playback / Studio DIY

26 –Rabbit bag

A minimalist and modern idea that can be part of the Easter gift.

Easter bunny bag

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27 – Rabbit and carrot card

Try combining two Easter symbols on a single card: the rabbit and the carrot. You only need white, orange and green cardboards. Print the template and do the project with the kids.

Easter bunny and carrot card

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Step by step rabbit and carrot card

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28 – Popsicle stick bunny

This project serves as both an Easter ornament and a souvenir. Paint the sticks with paint and make the rabbit’s ears out of cardboard.

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29 – Paper cone

Instead of the classic basket, you can place the candies inside a paper cone shaped like a rabbit.

Rabbit paper cone

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Easter bunny paper cone to print

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30 – Aluminum can basket

A tip to make at home is this aluminum can Easter basket. It will definitely make egg hunting more fun and environmentally friendly.

Easter basket with aluminum can

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31 – Marshmallow rabbit

Children will enjoy making and winning this edible souvenir.

Marshmallow rabbit

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32 –Colorful egg box

The egg box, which would be thrown in the trash, can be reused in Easter crafts. Use creativity to give color to the piece.

Colorful egg box for easter

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33 – Rabbit shaped paper basket

With just a few folds, you turn this rabbit mold into a beautiful basket for laying eggs.

Rabbit paper basket

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Easter bunny basket to print and assemble

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34 –Toilet paper bunny

Among the easy Easter crafts to do, it is worth highlighting the toilet paper roll bunny. The piece can serve as packaging for chocolate eggs.

Toilet paper roll bunny

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35 – PET bottle basket

The bottom of the PET bottle, painted in white, easily turns into a lovely rabbit-shaped basket.

Mini Easter basket with PET bottle

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Step by step mini PET bottle Easter basket

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36 –Rabbit Marshmallows on paper

How about getting the kids together to make a bunny out of marshmallows? They will definitely love the idea.

Marshmallows rabbit on paper

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Steps to make the Marshmallow Bunny on paper

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37 – Egg carton rabbit

O EVA rabbit it is not the only option for working in the classroom. It is possible to mobilize children to make a bunny out of the egg carton parts (only the ears are made of EVA). Once ready, each bunny can get some treats.

Egg Box Rabbit

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Egg box rabbit step by step

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38 – Rabbits with pompom tails

You can apply this bunny mold on colorful and printed papers. Then, just cut the pieces and paste a pompom on each rabbit to simulate the tail. Use this idea to build a beautiful clothesline with the children.

Rabbits with pompom tail

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Rabbit mold

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39 –Felt easter eggs

Among the Easter ideas for children, we cannot forget the felt Easter eggs. Each piece can be personalized with buttons, ribbons and rhinestones.

Felt Easter Eggs

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Felt Easter egg step by step

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40 – 3D Easter Egg Card

The easter cards coloring are not the only option for children. The 3D Easter egg card on the cover is a great option to please little ones and their family. Everything is done only with paper!

3D Easter Egg Card

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Photo: Playback / Easy Peasy and Fun

Photo: Playback / Easy Peasy and Fun

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