This is Day 77 of the Green in 365 series!
Easter is now less than two weeks away! I hope you’re planning your eco-friendly Easter basket and filling it with natural and homemade Easter goodies!
In the next few weeks before Easter, I want to do some fun Easter crafts with my kiddos, preferably using items that we already have on hand around the house.
7 Simple Easter Crafts Using What You Already Have at Home
• My kids always love playing with cotton balls, and of course, this is a great time of year to make a fluffy cotton ball lamb or bunny.
• I know my hubs has old ties that we could use to make these awesome pattern dyed Easter eggs.
• We have a lot of buttons left over from our Valentine’s Day cards, so I think it would be fun to make a simpler version of this button egg with the kids.
• Of course, egg cartons are something you’re likely to have a few of lying around this time of year, right? How about making these cute egg carton chicks.
• My kids love any type of art project, and this is a different spin on the typical painted paper Easter egg – Tape Resist Easter Eggs.
• For older kids, I love these simple yarn Easter eggs.
What are some of your favorite and easy Easter crafts that use materials you already have on hand?
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