Easter Craft Day

I have been in awe over the darling Easter crafts and activities I have been seeing at different blogs! In general, I feel like I am not terribly crafty or creative, but I do enjoy making things. I was feeling sad because I hadn't made anything for Easter this year (except the names of Jesus Easter garland), so I was excited when my mom suggested we have a craft morning today! One of the best parts was that the crafts we chose required very few supplies, making them very frugal!

With a 17-month-old, we had to take turns crafting and playing with the little one, but here is what we made today!


My little girl and I watercolor painted this egg. We didn't put a cross in it, but I love the idea here at Totally Tots. This is the first time we painted together, and I think she enjoyed it!





While we painted, my mom worked on this sock bunny. I cut the idea out of a past issue of Good Housekeeping, but I found a similar tutorial here.


I sewed this little bunny using the pattern and directions at Twig and Thistle. It's not perfect, but I really like it!






I also love this idea for making Resurrection Rolls. What a clever teaching tool for little ones (and grown-ups) plus they look really yummy!

We are also hoping to decorate eggs with our little girl for the first time this year.

For more frugal tips (including some great Easter ones), check out Frugal Friday at Life as Mom!



To see more great ideas for your home, visit I Am Blissfully Domestic!

What are you crafting or cooking this Easter?

Comments

Very cute idea with the egss. A craft day is a marvelous idea for an Easter holiday activity. Sounds like a NEW tradition.

A fun visit, thanks for sharing.

Kristin K

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