15 Kid Friendly Easter Activities

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Over the past month I have been loving watching my local blogger friends share their Easter DIY projects. Talk about some creative people! Everything from unique decorate Easter eggs, free printables and DIY Easter Bunny Baskets. I wanted to put them all together one spot for me (and you) to look back on for Easter’s to come. Let’s face it, I have no memory and this is pretty much just a way for me to keep track of things. Hope you find some new Kid Friend;y Easter Activities for you to do with your kids, this year or next.

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15 Kid Friendly Easter Activities

  1. Gold Foil Easter Eggs

  2. DIY Easter Bunny Baskets

  3. DIY Floral Easter Bunny Ears
    15 Kid Friendly Easter Activities

  4. Free Printable Easter Activity Sheet

  5. Hand Drawn Bunny Eggs
    15 Kid Friendly Easter Activities

  6. Simple Birds Nest Cookies

  7. Italian Ricotta Easter Cookie Recipe

  8. DIY Baby Birds Nests
    15 Kid Friendly Easter Activities

  9. Easter Carrot Goody Bag

  10. Free Printable Bunny Bunny Gift Bag Toppers
    15 Kid Friendly Easter Activities

  11. DIY Chalk Painted Easter Eggs

  12. Free Printable Watercolour Egg Banner
    15 Kid Friendly Easter Activities

  13. Natural Died Easter Eggs

  14. Clay Easter Egg Garland

  15. DIY Woven Easter Baskets
    15 Kid Friendly Easter Activities

Most importantly though, I hope that you all have a great Easter. Enjoy the time with your family and remember why we celebrate this holiday in the first place. Lots of love and God Bless.

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