Easter crafts for kids: recycling cardboards. In this blog post you’ll find 5 easy ideas to craft Easter decorations by recycling cardboards. This way you’ll reduce waste making cute Easter decorations and maybe entraining your kids with these fun ideas.
You will need cardboard egg boxes, cardboard scraps (from packaging, boxes etc), toilet paper rolls etc
Are you ready? Let’s start!
1. Cardboard Easter wreath
Cut eggs from cardboard scraps and paint them, you can add patterns for tour kids to color them to practice fine motor skills. Glue them creating the wreath and add a ribbon: it’s done!
2. Cardboard Easter bunny
Last year the girls wanted to play with the Easter bunny so I made these two giant cardboard bunnies that we painted and decorated with flowers ☺️ A great prop for photos too!
3. Easter candles
One of my favorite upcycles: you just need old candles and egg boxes and it’ll make the cutest Easter table decoration!
4. Cardboard pop-up chick 🐣
That’s a quick one that I made this year, again using cardboard scraps and recycling an ice cream stick. Follow the video instructions below to make your own pop-up chick!
5. Cardboard Easter eggs
An old but fun one! Again cardboard, but adding pasta that time. Paint different kind of pasta and create Easter patterns on tour cardboard eggs.
These are just five easy Easter crafts for kids recycling cardboards and candles, but you can find more ideas on the blog: this year I’ve been using air dry clay (We made egg holders and garlands), and also easy recipes like a cute bunny shaped sweetbread.
A few more cute ideas that I made last year:
Check them all on my Instagram guide and feel free to follow there!
And if you try any of these ideas, please tag me: I’ll be happy to share your creations on my stories!
Subscribe to my newsletter so you don’t miss any free printable and other monthly tips and inspiration.
Find my DIY ideas and crafts classed by themes on my “about me” page
Follow for more on my Instagram https://instagram.com/scraps.and.coffee.grounds?utm_medium=copy_link
Check my YouTube channel if you prefer: https://firstname.lastname@example.org
And you can support my work https://ko-fi.com/scrapsandcoffeegrounds
2 thoughts on “Easter crafts for kids: recycling cardboards”
Por favor, qué cosas tan bonitas!! ^_^) suteki!!! めっちゃ可愛い‼!ｶﾜ(・∀・)ｲｲ!!