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Egg-citing Easter Crafts for Kids!

Egg-citing Easter Crafts for Kids!

Egg-citing Easter Crafts for Kids!

Looking for some egg-citing Easter crafts to keep your little ones entertained and pumped about the holiday? Look no further! These simple and fun ideas will have your kids hopping with joy!

Kwik Stix Tempera Paint sticks take the mess out of painting while keeping all the fun! Simply uncap, twist and paint! Kwik Stix have a fast drying formula that allows them to dry in 90 seconds while still leaving a paint-like finish! No cups, smocks, water or brushes required. Kwik Stix come in assorted vibrant colors with coverage that won't crack. Great on poster paper, cardboard, wood and canvas.

Let your imagination run wild with Wonder Stix! All products in the collection work with Wonder Stix. Wonder Stix are washable, odorless, dust free and cap free! They work on wood, cardboard, whiteboards, paper, glass, windows and more. 

Magic Stix Markers are a revolutionary new product to bring safe, creative fun to your crafts! Magic Stix are guaranteed to bring long lasting color to the page with the cap off for up to 7 days without drying out. With vibrant colors, these washable and non-toxic markers will remain fresh use after use, project after project.

Pastel Easter Eggs

Materials Needed: cardboard or paper, Kwik Stix, Wonder Stix, and scissors

  1. Cut your paper or cardboard into ovals
  2. Color with Wonder Stix to create a colorful Easter Egg
  3. Paint with Kwik Stix to create a colorful Easter Egg

Check out this craft on Instagram @abalancedchildhood

Pink Bunny

Materials Needed: paper plate, scissors, glue, Kwik Stix, marker, 3 buttons, and two pieces of straw

  1. Paint two paper plates with Kwik Stix
  2. Keep one paper plate whole and place to the side
  3. Cut the second paper plate in half
  4. Glue each half onto the top of the whole paper plate
  5. Next, we will need to give the bunny eyes. Glue two buttons in the center of the paper plate
  6. Glue the third button below the eyes in the center
  7. Draw the bunnies mouth with a marker
  8. Glue on straw to resemble bunny whiskers

Check out this craft on Instagram @diythrill

Toilet Paper Roll Bunny

Materials Needed: toilet paper roll, Kwik Stix, foam craft paper, 2 paper fasteners, pompoms, googly eyes, glue stick, and scissors

  1. Paint a toilet paper roll with Kwik Stix
  2. Cut two bunny ear shapes out of foam paper
  3. Place a paper fastener through the roll and the ear to secure
  4. Glue on a set of googly eyes
  5. Glue on a heart shaped nose
  6. Draw a mouth with Wonder Stix
  7. Glue a pompom onto the back end of the toilet paper roll

Check out this craft on Instagram @happy_learning_moments

Tape Resistant Easter Egg

Materials Needed: white paper, Kwik Stix, Washi Tape or painters tape, and scissors

  1. Cut a large oval
  2. Place pieces of tape onto the oval 
  3. Layer pieces of tape to form a pattern
  4. Paint with various colors of Kwik Stix onto the paper
  5. Peel off tape

Check out this craft on Instagram @rsairajeswari

 Plaid Carrot

Materials Needed: construction paper, Kwik Stix, carrot printable sheet, scissors, and glue

  1. Paint the carrot print out sheet with Kwik Stix
  2. Cut the carrot out
  3. Glue onto a piece of colored construction paper

Check out this craft on Instagram @mrsgreenartartbaby

Easter Binoculars

Materials Needed: toilet paper rolls, glue, Kwik Stix, Easter stickers, and ribbons

  1. Paint each toilet paper roll with Kwik Stix
  2. Glue two toilet paper rolls together
  3. Glue small pompoms and Easter stickers onto the rolls
  4. Glue or staple ribbon onto the inside of the binoculars

Check out this craft on Instagram @homeschooling.littles

Bunny Painting

Materials Needed: construction paper and Kwik Stix

  1. Chose a colored piece of construction paper
  2. Paint a bunny onto the paper
  3. Add details like bows and carrots to make your craft come to life!

Check out this craft on Instagram @creating_with_mrs.n

Painted Rocks

Materials Needed: Kwik Stix and rocks

  1. Paint rocks with with Pastel Kwik Stix
  2. Display around the house or outside around Easter and Spring

Check out this craft on Instagram @thegummymummy

Egg Pattern

Materials Needed: black construction paper and Wonder Stix

  1. Color different shapes and patterns with Wonder Stix
  2. Add details with various colors
  3. Display for the Easter Season!

Check out this craft on Instagram @2art.chambers

Brown Bag Bunny

Materials Needed: brown paper bag, paper, glue, scissors, googly eyes, and a pompom

  1. Flip a brown paper bag upside down
  2. Cut three ovals out of paper
  3. Paint the bunny ears with Kwik Stix
  4. Glue onto a brown paper bag
  5. Glue googly eyes and pompom onto the bag

Check out this craft on Instagram @scholarschoice

Spring Easter Eggs

Materials Needed: Wonder Stix and print out Easter egg sheet

  1. Print out an Easter Egg Coloring Sheet
  2. Color in with Wonder Stix
  3. Display at home or in a classroom for a Spring decoration

Check out this craft on Instagram @glitter_on_a_dime

Colorful Easter Egg

Materials Needed: colored paper, cardboard, scissors, glue, pompoms, and buttons

  1. Cut pieces of cardboard into ovals
  2. Paint ovals with Kwik Stix
  3. Decorate each egg with pompoms, glitter, and buttons
  4. Glue the eggs onto a colorful piece of paper and display!

Check out this craft on Instagram @aai_ahaanvlogs

Easter Backgrounds

 

Materials Needed: paper, Magic Stix, and Kwik Stix

  1. Draw Easter Eggs with Magic Stix onto paper
  2. Paint the background with Kwik Stix
  3. Use Magic Stix to add details and go over lines

Check out this craft on Instagram @ashcanworks

Little Chicks

Materials Needed: paper plates, scissors, paper, feathers, Kwik Stix, googly eyes, and glue

  1. Cut 2 paper plates in half with a zigzag edge
  2. Paint paper plates with Kwik Stix
  3. Cut a piece of paper in an oval and paint with Kwik Stix
  4. Glue in between the two ends of paper plates
  5. Glue on googly eyes, beak, and feathers

Check out this craft on Instagram @greeneclecticmama