41 Fun, Easy (and Cheap!) Easter Crafts for Kids

From adorable chicks made from old baby socks to creative new uses for all those plastic eggs, we've rounded up the best Easter crafts for kids (46 Photos)

Ellen Hoffman on Mar 1, 2013 at 5:10PM

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41 Fun, Easy (and Cheap!) Easter Crafts for Kids

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Easter Egg Fireflies

After the Easter egg hunt is over, keep your kids busy with this fun activity: making glow-in-the-dark critters. We’re guessing they’ll want to take them outside every night this summer.

Blogger behind the idea: Apartment Therapy

Best for kids ages: 4 and up

What you’ll need: LED tealight, plastic easter egg, pipe cleaners, white sticky labels, silver duct tape.

How to make it: Get a small flameless LED tealight and place it into a plastic egg. (You can use glue to keep the light in place, but it's not necessary.) Next, use a thumbtack to poke holes through the egg to insert the pipe cleaners. Draw a pair of cute little bug eyes onto while sticky labels. Finally, sculpt wings using duct tape. Now set this little critter outside and watch it glow!


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