If your kids are anything like ours, and are arts and crafts obsessed, check out these easy DIY craft ideas for Easter. All are under 10 minutes to make from start to finish, and are a super cute way to keep your little ones entertained during the school holidays.
- Buy a readymade packet of oval sweet biscuits, we used Milk Arrowroot Cookies.
- Lather on icing, we used readymade chocolate icing, but you could make your own, choose a different colour or even use melted chocolate!
- Decorate the biscuits to look like Easter eggs, we used sprinkles, mini freckles and mini M & Ms.
No Sew Sock Bunnies
- Fill sock with rice up to the heel of the sock
- Pinch 3/4 for the body and secure with twine
- Secure top of the head with twine
- Make a slit down the top of the sock to create two ears (you may need to shape them into curved edges so they resemble bunny ears)
- Draw dots for eyes and a mouth with a marker (you can use stick on eyes)
- Glue a pom pom on the back for a tail
- Finish off bunny by adding a bow to the bunny's neck using a ribbon
Eggy Rainbow Crayons
- Break up old crayons and put them in Easter inspired moulds, we used different colours in each mould to make a multi-coloured effect
- Melt in the microwave for approximately 4 minutes until melted
- Let stand until cooled and set
The Chocolate Box
Have you ever tried The Chocolate Box chocolate? They are a family owned business based in Melbourne and their choccies are delicious. When Sarita was at Frances Perry for both births of her babies she discovered the Chocolate Box. Her favourite were the large chocolate raspberries. We are loving their gorgeous Easter range, with the cute half eggs filled with yummy treats and gorgeous little chocolate bunnies.
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- tag 3 friends who would love this Easter basket