More Easter Crafts

Some more Easter crafts for you, to make at home. Make bunny, dolls, flowers, wands and more. You can also learn table decoration for easter parties.
Here are some more Easter crafts for you, hope this will give you quite a handful of crafts to made this Easter. Have fun, and keep the ideas rolling, by sending this page to your friends. You can also send in your ideas at celebrations_at_theholidayspot.com. Happy Easter, and have fun!

Easter Paper Plate Bonnet Craft

What you need:
1) Cotton balls.
2) Paper plates - 2.
3) A sheet of colored construction paper.
4) Crayons.
5) Markers.
6) Easter grass.
7) Tape.
8) Glue.
9) Hole pusncher.
10) A pair of scissors.
11) Coloured yarn/ribbon.
12) Colorful pipe cleaners.

Steps
1) Punch a hole at a point close to the outer edge on a paper plate.
2) Make a similar hole at a similar point on the other edge of the plate exactly opposite to the first hole.
3) Cut two 10" long pieces out of the coloured yarn/ribbon.
4) Turn the paper plate upside down.
5) Pass each coloured yarn through one of the holes you made. Tie them in a knot to secure in place. This will be the base of your bonnet with the coloured yarn/ribbon holding the hat to your chin.
6) Cut out the center of the other paper plate.
7) Twist the hollow plate into a tighter circle. This will make it curl up like a bowl. Tape it in place.
8) Stick the curled plate shape onto the center top of the other plate with the ribbon knot. This will act as the bottom of the Easter basket on the top of your bonnet.
9) Weave several pipe cleaners together to make a colorful basket handle.
10) Use tape or glue to fix the ends of pipe cleaner you created to opposite sides of the basket.
11) Decorate the hat as you wish. You can wrap it with colored construction paper, stick pieces of pastel paper, coloured paper flowers, cotton balls etc. You can even add Easter bunny cut-outs or small Easter eggs to your basket. Spray a little glitter to add some style!

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Toilet Paper Tube Bunny: 

Materials:
1. Toilet Paper Tube
2. White Construction Paper - 1 sheet.
3. Pink Construction Paper - 1 sheet.
4. Wiggle Eyes - 2.
5. Cottonball.
6. Black Marker.
7. A pair of scissors.
8. Glue.
9. A string.

Directions:
1) Use white construction paper to cover the toilet paper tube.
2) Using scissors, cut out of white construction paper the outer ears, paws, and front legs for your Easter bunny.
3) Cut out the inner ears of the bunny from the pink construction paper.
4) Attach all the parts of the bunny with glue.
5) Stick the wiggle eyes in place on the bunny face.
6) Cut a small triangular shape out of the pink construction paper to glue on as the nose.
7) Using black marker, draw buck teeth, cheeks, and whiskers on the bunny face.
8) Glue the cottonball in place of tail on the body of the bunny.
9) Make a small hole on the bunny head and pass a small string through it, tying the ends into a knot. Use this loop to hang your own easter bunny.

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Easter Mosaic Eggs: 

Materials:
1) Black Construction Paper - 1 sheet.
2) A pair of scissors.
3) Glue.
4) White colour pencil.
5) Old Magazines.

Directions:
1) Draw a large egg shape in the centre of the black construction paper using the white colour pencil.
2) Cut square shapes out of some pages of the old magazines.
3) Apply glue on one side of each of the paper squares and stick onto the egg with glue. Fill the entire egg surface with paper. But leave a little space between the papers to achieve a stained glass look.

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Easter Egg Doll: 

Materials:
1) Blown out egg shell.
2) Paint (to draw facial features).
3) Paper muffin cups (pastel colors).
4) Ribbon/yarn - 1 strip of ΒΌ" width.
5) Toilet tissue roll center cardboard tube.
6) Transparent adhesive tape/glue.
7) A pair of scissors.

Directions:
1) Paint the face of the doll on the blown out eggshell.
2) Fold the paper muffin cup in half to form the Easter bonnet for your doll.
3) Glue the ribbon strip in the fold of the muffin cup. This will allow you to tie the bonnet properly on the Easter egg face.
4) Cut out the centers of about 4 - 5 muffin cups to form the body.
5) Glue the cups upside down on the cardboard tube. Allow the muffin cups overlap the last to form the tiered skirt of the doll.
6) Stick the doll face on the topside of the cardboard tube. Place it wherever you like in your room.

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Flowersblue Paper Flower: 

Materials:
1) Facial tissue.
2) Thread.
3) A pair of scissors.
4) Yellow water color paint/food coloring.
5) A paint brush.
6) Transparent adhesive tape/glue.
7) Sparkles.

Directions:
1) Fold a tissue back and forth to make it look like a paper fan or an accordion fold.
2) If you intend to make your flowers small, cut the folded tissue into two 4" long pieces. Lay these on top of each other and secure with a piece of thread tied tightly in the middle.
3) Separate the tissue layers and ruffle into a flower shape.
4) Dab just the tissue edges with water paint/food coloring. The petals will soak up the paint to get fully coloured.
5) Sprinkle some sparkles over the flower to add that glittering effect.

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Eggshell Tulips: 

Materials:
1) Eggshells.
2) Green pipe cleaners.
3) Tempera paint.
4) A pair of scissors.
5) A paint brush.
6) Markers.
7) Hot glue/white glue.

Directions:
1) Gently clean eggshell halves with water.
2) Put in a warm place for sometime to dry completely.
3) Paint the shells to make them look like tulips.
4) Rest the shells on their broken side to dry.
5) When the paint has dried, draw details on the eggsshell tulips using markers.
6) Twist one end of a green pipe cleaner into a spiral shape.
7) Stick this with glue onto the base of the eggshells as stalks.
8) Keep aside for a few hours to dry.

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Butterfly Wand: 

Materials:
1) Popsicle stick - 1.
2) Pipe cleaner.
3) Conical coffee filter.
4) Colorful markers/crayons.
5) Hot glue gun.

Directions:
1) Glue the pipe cleaner to the popsicle stick.
2) Allow the glue some time to dry.
3) Open up the conical coffee filter at the seam.
4) Use colorful markers/crayons to decorate the outer edges of the coffee filter. Do not stress on the middle area as it is sure to be very crumpled.
5) Use the pipe cleaner to fix the paper to the popsicle stick. Bend the ends to make the antennae.

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Decorating table for Easter: 
Make a simple table decoration from straw, fresh or silk flowers and small chocolate eggs or tiny sugar eggs.
Bind the straw to a double-thick length of plastic-covered wire.
Use raffia to tie them separately. Shape the straw into a ring. It should be thin and look sparse initially. Once you have formed the basic shape, attach four pieces of wire diagonally across the bottom. And bind them with string or cotton in the middle. Cover the bse with a layer of straw using a needle and raffia to bind it to the wire struts. Attach more straw to the sides of the nest.

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Hatching chicks on Easter: 
Materials:
Plastic Easter Eggs
Yellow Cotton balls
Glue
Small Eyes
Orange Construction Paper

Directions:
Open the Easter Eggs and place a drop of glue in the bottom of one side of the egg.Place the colored cotton ball on the glue.Then glue the eyes to the cotton ball.Cut out small orange triangle to use as the chicks beak, glue on the cotton ball.

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Egg carton Mini-Easter Baskets:

Materials:
use individual egg buckets (from egg carton)
ribbon for handle
put in Easter grass, jelly beans, etc.

We've always done an Easter tree using budding branches from outside, place them in a vase and decorate with homemade or store bought decorations.

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Paper Plate Bunny

Materials:
large paper plate
small paper plate
glue
pink construction paper
cotton ball
crayons or markers

Using paper plates, glue small one to top of large one to form head and body. Cut out bunny ears from pink paper. Glue or staple to head. Draw eyes and nose on face of plate with crayons or markers. Glue a cotton ball on the back for a tail.

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Easter Bunny Ears

Materials:
Construction paper (pink, white and/or brown)
Glue

Cut out bunny ears with the white and pink paper (pink should be slightly smaller) or use two tones of brown for a chocolate bunny. Glue the pink on white to make ears. (or brown). Make a 2-inch band long enough to go around your child's head. Staple in place. Attach bunny ears to band.

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Easter parade bonnet

Materials:
paper plate
construction paper
crayons or markers
glue
yarn

Children can decorate the paper plate any way they wish. Glue on pieces of pastel paper, color flowers on plate, use your imagination. Tie yard to each side of plate so it can be tied under child's chin.

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Eggshell Mosaic
A great way to use up the remains of the Easter eggs. Children will love breaking up the eggshells.

Materials:
Colored eggshells
construction paper
crayon, pen or marker
glue

On a piece of paper have child draw a simple design (e.g. flower, balloon, kite, egg). Spread glue in design area. Sprinkle bits of broken eggshells onto glue. Allow to dry then hang and enjoy.

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