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10 Awesome Easter Ideas for Kids

Easy and inexpensive ideas are my favorite, and I LOVE this collection of 10 {awesome} Easter ideas for kids.


So... here are ten awesome easter ideas for you and your little ones.  {Click on the links for more details.}

1)  Egging the Neighbours: What neighbours wouldn't like a surprise treat from someone that thinks they are "egg"cellent?  I have even provided a free printable with a cute poem.  Click the link to see how easy it is to share sweets treats this Easter.


2)  Magic Jelly Beans:  Easter is full of magic for kids, and these magic jelly beans grow into a very special surprise for good little boys and girls.  Click the link to see how they work and to get a {free] printable jelly bean envelope.


3)  Toilet Roll Bunnies:  Empty toilet rolls can easily be transformed into an adorable family of Easter Bunnies.  Click the link for a full step by step tutorial.


4)  Easter Photo Cards:  These photo cards are so much cuter than store bought ones.  Click the link to see how simple it is to wish someone a "Hoppy" Easter.


5)  Easter Paper Baskets:  These little baskets are so adorable that it is hard to believe they're just made from paper and pipe cleaners. Click on the link for a free printable template.


6)  Dollar Store Easter Garland:  Anything goes with this super easy garland, and your little ones will be so proud of the adorable decor they have created.  Click on the link for the instructions.


7)  Easter Napkin Rings:  Easter dinner will taste better when the table is set with these adorable "kid-made" napkin rings.  Click on the link to find out how easy they are to make. 


8)  Felt Carrots:  These felt carrots are a great candy-free addition to Easter baskets.  Click on the link for the full step by step tutorial.


9)  Easter Egg Fillers:  Plastic Easter eggs filled with goodies make for a fun-filled Easter egg hunt.  Check out the link for some great "filler" ideas.


10) Tissue Box Bunnies:  Take a tissue box out of the recycling bin, and make this adorable Easter basket with your little one.  Click on the link to find out how it's done.


Which of these ideas would your little one like the most?  I think the "egging" was a highlight for my boys last year, and we'll definitely do it again.  Happy Easter!


♥ 

Gina Bell (aka East Coast Mommy)

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10 comments:

  1. Great roundup! Thanks for sharing, I found several ideas for the grandkids.

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    1. Let me know which ones are their favorites. :-)

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  2. Love the magic jelly beans! so fun! Thanks for sharing at Pinworthy Projects.

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  3. Awe what a great set of activities. I love the family of bunnies. So cute.

    Thanks for sharing on Kids Get Crafty!

    Maggy

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  4. These are adorable. I love the bean seed packet.

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