When it comes to crafts, I prefer the pre-measured, pre-cut, pre-glittered, and almost pre-done variety. Give me a fully-loaded kit with all the supplies and fixings ready to go, and I'll happily get my project on. It seems my three year old and I have just about the same amount of patience and attention span to see an arts and crafts activity from confident start to beautiful finish.
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So we generally love simple, easy, and pre-packaged projects—like this colorful Spritz Easter activity. (It comes with twine to turn these cute bunnies and eggs into a wreath or a banner or hanging ornaments... And, yeah, I helped my little guy spell a few names—but others he just made up.)
I still aspire to be a better crafter--and I think once my son is willing to sit still and work with me, I'll find my inner artist. In the meantime, I can look to Pinterest and dream...
I've rounded up a few absolutely adorable toddler-friendly art projects. Even I might have to give a few of these a go!
From top left to bottom right:
- DIY Peeps and Carrots Banner
- Salt Dough Eggs via Design Mom
- Clothespin Egg With a Surprise via Dagmar’s Home
- Easter Footprint Canvas Keepsake via Glued to My Crafts
- Easter Egg Carton Craft via The Idea Room
- Easter Paper Wreath via The Resourceful Mama
- Pom Pom Chicks via Crafty Morning
- Easter Bunny Spoons via The Idea Room
- Jelly Bean Necklaces via Two Sisters Crafting
MORE EASTER IDEAS FROM MOMTRENDS
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- Make an Easter Fairy Garden
- DIY Easter Bunny Basket and Bunny Game
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