The dilemma: Eldest son has an Easter basket that he made at kindy (quite elaborate - paint, stickers, crepe paper, handle - the works). Other son has zip. Easter egg hunt at kindergarten begins in two hours. Hiding my panic under a wafer thin veil excitement, I rummage through the craft supplies in an effort to avoid cracking out the store-bought Easter… Continue reading Easy Easter basket – last minute craft alert!
Little kids love surprises! Witness their delight as they discover the unexpected inside inexpensive plastic Easter eggs, and create a painting as a result. You'll need: an empty egg carton (to keep eggs upright) packet of 12 coloured plastic eggs, $2 from discount variety shop (make sure your eggs don't have holes in them, some… Continue reading Easter Egg paint splatter craft (toddlers, 2-3 years old)
This is a lovely craft activity which is doing the rounds on Pinterest at the moment. Will and I decided to give it a whirl. We collected the paint colour cards at our local Bunnings. This is a great, low-cost craft activity and the finished product is a lovely way to decorate your home for… Continue reading Paint sample Easter garland craft – 4-5 years (preschooler)
Here's a craft idea for your littlest bunny to have a crack at (sorry, couldn't help myself). You'll need : two disposable paper dinner plates, some coloured paint, some white paint, a stapler craft glue A4 sheet of white card and a photo of your baby's face, large enough to fit in the centre (flat) panel… Continue reading Paper plate Easter bunny craft – 0-2 years