Hop into Easter with these fun ideas! Below you will find fun activities, cute crafts, and mouthwatering recipes that are perfect for celebrating at home or at small gatherings. Make this an Easter you’ll never forget.
Every Bunny will Love These Easter Craft Ideas
Create and draw your very own paper eggs as a family. Grab some paper, cut out several egg shapes, and get coloring! If you want to step it up a notch, turn on happy music and look up silly Easter jokes and write them on the back of the eggs. Have one person hide the eggs around the house and host your own Easter egg hunt filled with laughs.
Toilet Paper Roll Bunnies
Use toilet paper tubes to create cute little creatures. You can draw or paint little faces on the outside before you glue on bunny ears or other accessories.
Find six tin cans that are all the same size and paint them in your favorite Easter pastel colors. Stack them outside on a flat surface with three cans on the bottom, two on top in the middle, and one for the top and third row. You can use beanbags and throw them to knock them down or use a ball and roll it as if you’re bowling.
Cup Bunnies and Candy Baskets
Use cups to make bunnies or candy baskets. Paint them white, and once they’re dry, glue on paper ears and eyes. We recommend filling them with jellybeans or yummy chocolates.
Decorate Easter Eggs
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Homemade Easter Baskets
Uncover fun ways you can create your own Easter baskets using everyday items at home.
- Grab a few flowerpots and flip them upside down. Each member of the house can paint and design their flowerpot.
- Take an empty tissue box and cut off the top. Paint the outside of the box or wrap it in bright wrapping paper. For a handle, glue a ribbon to either side of the box, or you can use a strip of fabric. Another option would be to glue cotton balls to the outside of the box to create bunny fur. Then glue on paper bunny ears and little eyes and a nose.
- Use popsicle sticks to make a basket. For the bottom of the basket, lay six popsicle sticks flat, next to each other, and glue six sticks on top of those facing the other direction. Let it dry. For each of the four sides, glue five popsicle sticks vertically and glue five horizontally on top of those.
Learn how to create the cutest sock bunnies.
Hop into Action with these Easter Activities
Just because you’ve been social distancing doesn’t mean you have to rock your pajamas on Easter. Take this time to try on fun spring attire or put on your favorite Easter outfit. Don’t forget to take photos!
Fun Easter Games
Discover several creative easter games for kids. These indoor and outdoor activities are perfect for the entire family, and easy to do.
Connect with Family and Friends
Schedule a FaceTime or Zoom brunch with your friends and family. Maintaining a connection is important and what’s better than seeing the faces of your loved ones?
Virtual Adult Brunch
Host a virtual brunch! Send your friends these breakfast and brunch cocktail recipes so everyone can have their celebration drinks ready before they sign on. Cheers!
Home Photo Booth
Set up a photo booth in your home! Hang a sheet as the backdrop and dig through old Halloween costumes for silly hats and props. You can also create your own photo booth props out of paper and glue them to the ends of chop sticks. Take silly pictures with your family that you will remember fondly for years to come.
Play some games! Download 6 free printable games for the entire family
Happy and Hoppy Easter Recipes
Stir up Easter-themed cocktails. Try mixing it up with these incredible recipes.
Fresh Side Dishes
Try out a few of these fresh easter side dishes that will make your meal complete and scrumptious.
Easter Brunch or Dinner
Try cooking up some of our favorite Easter recipes. If you aren’t in the mood to cook, support your local restaurants and order in.
Carrot Cake Cream Pies
Whip up delicious carrot cake cream pies with yummy buttercream frosting and a small carrot on top.
Sugar Cookie Décor
There are so many ways you can decorate egg-shaped cookies! Buy edible pearls and place them in horizontal or vertical lines or polka dots to create elegant cookies. Don’t forget to attach the pearls or sprinkles while the icing is still wet, so they stick. For a glimmering cookie, crush colorful candies in a bag and crumble them on top of your cookies. If you don’t have an icing bag but want to make your own designs, cut a small hole in the corner of a Ziplock and place the icing in your very own DIY piping bag.
Orange You Glad you Made These Rolls
These adorable orange easter bunny rolls are the perfect springtime treat.