Here are a few last minute ideas for making Easter Crafts with your child.
Dye Easter Eggs
You can color your eggs using food coloring and vinegar just as easily as grabbing a box from the Dollar Tree. We use crayons to color on the eggs before we color them to add patterns and pictures. Don’t forget to save your egg cartons to create all sorts of crafts. TinkerLabs has a egg challange coming soon. Need some inspiration, check out this egg carton wreath by Homemade Serenity
Make a Bunny Sandwich
Using a bunny cookie cutter fill your sandwich and then cut the bread with the cookie cutter. We filled our sandwiches with egg salad and chicken salad for a Bunny Lunch with friends. Use pretzels for the whiskers and raisins or craisins for the eyes and nose. We added some Bunny Crackers from Annie’s to our plates for fun too. Want to make Bunny Bread?
There something just fun about playing with Easter Eggs! Consider new places to play with them like the bath tub or a water table or a wading pool. Think about new things that you can hide in them. Rocks, gems, glass beads, scarves. There’s always egg hunts that you can do again and again and help your child build their problem solving skills and build their imagination. Here are 5 Creative Easter Egg Hunts from Quirky Momma.