Marvelous Easter Crafts You Simply Cannot Miss 33
Marvelous Easter Crafts You Simply Cannot Miss 33

46 Marvelous Easter Crafts You Simply Cannot Miss

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Spring is coming, time to think about eggs, bunnies, flowers, and chicken salad. It’s all about Easter, of course. One of the favorite traditions in my family is the Easter crafts. After all, what kids do not like painting, decorating, hiding, and then eating Easter eggs? My youngest daughter – the one who dislikes eating eggs – still likes Easter eggs. Of course, it does not hurt matters that we hide a few chocolate eggs with all of the decorated ones.

Easter crafts – the different ways
The most favorite Easter craft is, of course, decorating Easter eggs. There must be a number of different ways to do this, and year after year we try to do something a little different. For the little kids, the easiest way to do is using food coloring and water in decorating the eggs. Even though this does not result in the most sophisticated Easter crafts, it does make the eggs look nice and even a bit pretty. Even better, it is something that your kids can do without making a huge mess. Who does not approve of that?

One of my best-loved Easter crafts is making Easter baskets. At home, every year we create baskets for the old folks in the retirement home down the road. They are always so excited to get our gifts. We use colorful ribbons, Easter lilies, decorated Easter eggs, and chocolates of all kind. We add some little cards, and wrap the whole thing in colored cellophane. It can bring a lot of joy to some otherwise lonely souls, and that is a wonderful thing to be able to do.

Easter Crafts – don’t be traditional
When it comes to Easter crafts, you do not have to just simply go with the traditional ones. Creating Easter cards is as fun as decorating eggs. In our family, we collect a great deal of stencils, rubber stamps, and other things like that. When Easter comes around, we gather all of them together and dump them in the middle of the table. Then we just go at our stationary, decorating it in whatever way we want. The outcomes of our Easter crafts are not always that perfect, but we enjoyed making them. At the end of the day, we exchange cards and have a nice dinner. Can you think of a much better way to spend a family afternoon than that? Doing things together somehow really brings people together in a way that nothing else does.

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