Delight your kids this Easter with these 3 easy Easter party ideas. Choose from Easter hats, treat boxes or place settings – or why not make all three? These easy, fun craft activities for kids are easily adapted to birthday parties, too. Grab some coloured card, and download your free Easter craft activities template to get started!
These easy crafts will work for a wide range of ages – whether you’re looking for Easter party activities for homeschool through to teenage craft ideas. Check out designer Clare Buswell’s Etsy shop, The Mossy Meadow, for lots of gorgeous handmade goodies.
If you like this, you might also enjoy our 50 Craft Ideas for Kids to make at home or our Papercrafts for kids round-up. We’ve also got lots of inspiration for specific ages too, with our favourite collections of craft ideas for toddlers and craft ideas for teenagers.
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Easy Easter party ideas: Easter hats
Make the kids hoppy with a sweet bunny party hat! They’re easy enough for children to make and decorate on their own, too.
You Will Need
- Card, pink, white, green & yellow
- Fineliner pen
- Glue, or double-sided tape
Use a compass to draw a 260mm circle onto some card and cut out. Measure and trim away one-third of the circle. Use the remainder of the circle to make a cone, using double-sided tape to stick the ends in place.
Trace the large bunny face template, onto the front of the hat in pencil (or go freestyle and draw your own). Paper piece the nose using some coloured card, and use a black pen to draw on the eyes, mouth and whiskers.
Trace the sections of the ears template onto two shades of coloured card, cut out and attach to the back of the hat. Pierce a hole on both sides of the hat using a piercing tool and craft mat (a needle or other sharp object will also work, or if the kids would like to do it themselves, we recommend using an office hole punch). Thread through some elastic cord, secure with a knot and dot of glue. Add flowers to the sides, to finish.
Easy Easter party ideas: Treat box
Fill these adorable bunny boxes with a handful of sweet treats, to satisfy kids on the go!
Using the free template, trace onto some pink or white card and cut out. Score along lines and fold. Assemble box. Trace a bunny face onto the front flap, add a coloured card nose and draw the face with a black pen.
Using the ears template, trace onto some card and cut out. Attach to the back of the box.
Trace and cut out the arms using the free template. Attach the tabs to the sides of the box. Trace an Easter egg onto some card and paper-piece a pattern for a pretty egg. Attach egg to bunny arms using the tabs, and fill with delicious treats to finish.
Easy Easter party ideas: Place cards
Set these bunny place card holders out on your table, welcoming little ones downstairs on Easter Sunday!
Using the free template, trace the bunny body onto a piece of folded card and cut out, leaving the fold at the top. Trace the bunny head onto some card and cut it out. Add some contrasting coloured card for the inner ears. Paper-piece the nose and draw on a face using a black fine liner pen. Attach to the body.
Trace the arms onto some card, cut out, score the fold line and attach to place card base. Trace flowers onto some coloured card and cut out.
Cut a 65 x 30mm piece of green card and fringe along the top. Attach to the bottom of the place card. Finally, add the flowers, to finish.