8 Eggless Easter Crafts
If you’re tired of boiling and dyeing eggs for Easter, consider starting a new holiday tradition. These DIY Easter crafts don’t require actual eggs, and your kids can still have some Easter fun.
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Decorate your windows with these colorful Easter eggs from The Best Ideas for Kids. To make this craft easier, a printable template of the eggs is also available.
Speckled Egg Bath Bombs
Even your older kids would love this Easter project for bath bombs. It can also be a great DIY gift for someone’s Easter basket! Get the full tutorial from Country Hill Cottage here.
Painted Easter Egg Rocks
Get some fresh air and go rock hunting for this easy Projects with Kids craft. Once you collect your rocks, all you need is some pastel coloring to decorate them.
Salt Dough Easter Eggs
You need just three simple ingredients for these Easter eggs. As soon as you’re done making the eggs, your kids can have all the fun painting them. Get the full tutorial from Adventures of a DIY Mom here.
Easter Egg Garland
Get your hands sticky with an original twist on Easter eggs — hollow yarn eggs. Get the full tutorial from our friends at Chicago Parent here.
Marbled Paper Easter Eggs
Play around with shaving cream to create these egg-celent masterpieces from Typically Simple. And let’s be honest, your kids will love getting messy for this project!
Easter Egg Lacing Craft
Yarn and paper are all you need to lace up this simple Easter egg craft from Ruffles & Rain Boots. Your kids can choose what yarn colors to use.
Tinfoil Easter Eggs
Thanks to supplies found around your house, these colorful and vibrant eggs by Chicago Parent will let your creativity shine as you get ready for Easter.