21 Fun & Simple Crafts for Easter

Easter has finally arrived and I hope you are enjoying a nice relaxing day with your family.  We’ll be returning sometime today from our annual Easter camping holiday.  

Over the last two months we’ve had quite the Easter fest here on Frog Goose and Bear with an abundance of Easter crafts, recipes and activities.  I love a bit of holiday creativity.  Thank you so much to all of the gorgeous people who shared their crafts with us by writing a guest post – it was muchly appreciated – you guys are awesome!

If you’d like to check them all out just click on the drawing of the Easter eggs at the bottom of the post or to go to each individual craft, you can click on each image to be taken to the individual tutorial. 










Jar Bunny {guest post}


Easter Egg Garland {guest post}


Pom Pom Carrots {guest post}

Bunny Gift Bags {guest post}


Easter Bunny Mask {guest post}

Floral Easter Crown {guest post}

That’s the end of the Easter Craft Series of 2014.

There’s still time to get some Easter crafting in (or to pin it for next year)!
If that isn’t quite enough for you, you can always check out my Easter pinterest board for a trillion other awesome Easter things to do.

What are you up to today?  
How do you celebrate Easter?  I’d love to know.

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  1. says

    Thanks for the Easter inspiration Emma – We did the dip dye eggs with crayon decorations and the shell gardens and the carrot pom poms! They all worked a treat. We've just done the easter egg hunt and the kids liked it so much they keep taking turns to hide them and find them again! Groundhog day Easter!!!! Happy Easter to you and the family!

  2. says

    There are some great ideas in there. I really want to make a terrarium now with assorted seasonal schleich in it. We keep recycling the old stuff they made in easters past although we did come up with rabbits' feet pancakes this year!

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