Mar 202018
 

If you are looking for an easy Easter art project to do with your kiddos, try this one! You only need a few supplies and you can really let your creativity shine through with this craft.

When my boys were little, I loved doing craft projects with them. Now that they are older and wan’t no part of it, I am thankful I have a whole slew of younger nieces and nephews to make crafts with. I recently did this Easy Easter Art Project with a couple of my nieces. They had a blast making their projects and they came out so cute.  If you are looking for an easy Easter art project to do with your kiddos, try this one!

Easy Easter Art Project For Kids

If you are looking for an easy Easter art project to do with your kiddos, try this one! You only need a few supplies and you can really let your creativity shine through with this craft.

Here’s what you need:

  • A few pieces of different colored craft papers (including white)
  • Yellow colored craft paper (one piece for each shape you’re making)
  • Craft glue
  • Scissors (adult supervision recommended for little ones)
  • X-acto knife (adult supervision recommended)
  • Pencil – to trace the template
  • Printable Template (link to print it below)

Here’s what you do:
1. Trace the pattern from the template (get yours here) onto a piece of white craft paper. Use an X-acto knife (adults only please) to cut out the traced pattern from the paper.

If you are looking for an easy Easter art project to do with your kiddos, try this one! You only need a few supplies and you can really let your creativity shine through with this craft.
2. Take your yellow paper (make sure it’s slightly larger size then the paper from step one) and place the cut out white paper on the top of it.  Use a pencil to mark the top and bottom end of the cut out pattern on the yellow paper.

If you are looking for an easy Easter art project to do with your kiddos, try this one! You only need a few supplies and you can really let your creativity shine through with this craft.
3. Gather up the rest of your colored craft papers and cut them into thin strips. Make sure the length of the strips does not exceed the width of the white cut out paper (the one with the template cut-out).

If you are looking for an easy Easter art project to do with your kiddos, try this one! You only need a few supplies and you can really let your creativity shine through with this craft.
4. Apply glue to the back of the yellow paper.

If you are looking for an easy Easter art project to do with your kiddos, try this one! You only need a few supplies and you can really let your creativity shine through with this craft.
5. Glue the strips on to the yellow paper in random order. You can glue the strips vertically or horizontally depending on what you like.

If you are looking for an easy Easter art project to do with your kiddos, try this one! You only need a few supplies and you can really let your creativity shine through with this craft.
6. Make sure you don’t go past the marks from step #2.

If you are looking for an easy Easter art project to do with your kiddos, try this one! You only need a few supplies and you can really let your creativity shine through with this craft.
7. Done gluing all the strips? Now Apply glue on the back side of the white cut out paper and stick it on the sheet with all the little strips of paper.

If you are looking for an easy Easter art project to do with your kiddos, try this one! You only need a few supplies and you can really let your creativity shine through with this craft.

My template includes 2 patterns, a bunny and an egg. Print yours here.

If you are looking for an easy Easter art project to do with your kiddos, try this one! You only need a few supplies and you can really let your creativity shine through with this craft.

Hope you have fun doing this Easy Easter Art Project with your Kids!

  29 Responses to “Easy Easter Art Project For Kids”

  1. You have the best kids’ crafts! I love crafts like this that have a super cute, vibrant look but aren’t overly complicated for the kids to do. Great!

  2. You are so crafty and it is great that you have neices and nephews to do these fun things with. It did come out so good and so good for the holidays.

  3. I love crafts like these that are simple but have grand results. I can see doing something like this for almost any holiday!

  4. My daughters are now teenagers so they have outgrown doing these kinds of crafts. They are a cute idea. I have a nephew who would enjoy making them.

  5. What a cute idea. So colorful. I wish my kids were young again so I could do this with them.

  6. These would make some really cute Easter cards. I know my three love crafting so much!

  7. These turned out really good. I think my girls would really have fun with this. I love all the colors you used. They’d be great for putting around the house.

  8. My son would love this – he is five and is ALLLL about the arts and crafts right now!

  9. This is a great idea! I would love to try this with the kids!

  10. These are really cute easter cards to make with the kids. For the younger ones I would have to do some prep work but I have everything on hand to make these this weekend.

  11. You are always so crafty! I love this idea and my son is very into art these days and would love to craft this over spring break. They look like they could even be framed and used for Easter decorations!

  12. I love all these colors! My daughter is into crafts, so she’ll want to do this I’m sure. We might have to do this over the weekend!

  13. This is so cute! I love the idea of making our own Easter cards to send to people. I think the idea of doing something artsy like this is an amazing way to give a gift and spend time together as a family.

  14. I love how it looks and surely the kids will have so much fun putting it all together! It’s a lovely project to do during Easter!

  15. What a fun idea to do for Easter. There’s been so many great Easter ideas this year I cannot wait to try all of them but the easier the more likely I am to do it. This one is easy and colorful. I really like it.

  16. Those are totally cute! I am sure that my daughter would love to make these next week!

  17. I love how easy this craft is! It’s perfect for spring and Easter, it’s nice and colorful and would brighten a fridge.

  18. This is a cute idea. My daughter is all about festive holiday crafts. Now that my son is older I have to keep doing them with her. This is cute, I would do this with a bunch of metallics.

  19. What a cute and easy little project for Easter. Seeing crafts like this make me miss those days when my kids were still very young. We spend hours doing crafts like this and I proudly displayed them on the mantle. I will send the link to my cousin. My nieces would love making this.

  20. Great art craft! This looks like so much fun. I know the kiddos would love making this.

  21. How fun! I love this craft. I know my kids would enjoy this too. They love doing seasonal things like this.

  22. So cute and easy. Paper crafts are great, especially with little kids.

  23. Wow. Very artsy. I dont really have much gift on making crafts so posts like this is really helpful 🙂

  24. Stop it, you’re killing me with all this adorable Easter stuff. I love this and the kids would too!

  25. Very cute idea! I used to do this kind of activity with my kids when they were little.

  26. Fun and colorful! This is definitely the kind of Easter art project that the kids would love to make. I like all the colors and how easy it is to make.

  27. I love the idea of making eggs and bunnies like this! You can even turn it into an Easter card to give to family and friends.

  28. My kids would love this little project! It is a very creative idea!

  29. My kids would absolutely love making this! We need a bunch of ideas to make during spring break!