Doing crafts together is a great way to hang out with your kids in a way that can be fun and rewarding to you. Plus, it gives you an opportunity to teach your kids about the holidays. Here are 14 crafts to try this year!
Turn simple foam cups into adorable Easter chicks with this project from Crafts by Amanda.
Kids will have tons of fun creating their own pom poms and then turning them into this cute bunny from A Subtle Revelry.
Use your old dulled crayons to melt new Easter shaped crayons like these from Crafts by Courtney.
These stained glass crosses from Mom on Time Out are a beautiful decoration for your house and a great way to teach your kids about the resurrection.
Turn old bottle caps into these bunnies from The Country Chic Cottage with a project that every kid is sure to love!
What kid doesn't love glitter? Make these super easy glitter jars from A Bubbly Life to have all kinds of fun.
This project from Lines Across uses pipe cleaners to create colorful mini Easter symbols.
This colorful cross project from One Artsy Mama gives you the opportunity to talk to your kids about Jesus this Easter.
This popsicle stick craft from Kids Craft Room is an easy and fun craft to do with kids of all ages.
A finger paint project like this one from R and R Workshop is a great activity for younger kids, and it always turns out looking good enough for the fridge.
You've got to have these bunny bottom cups from Dukes and Duchesses for your house this Easter.
Use different colored paper to help you kids make this craft from Crafty Morning.
These mason jar bunnies from Crafts Unleashed are great because you can use them in many places around the house.
Make these suncatchers from Kids Craft Room to bring light and color into your home this Easter.