When Easter comes around, it’s guaranteed to be a ton of fun and a great experience for family and friends, children and adults alike. In celebration of the season, we’ve put together a list of our favorite websites offering Easter crafts, activities, egg decorations, and a plethora of information on the festive holiday. Anything you could ever need for your Easter preparations is here, and it’s all compiled on one page.
Making Friends Easter Crafts — A nice little resource of Easter crafts including bonnets, coloring pages, and even homemade baskets. And yes, there are crafts for Easter eggs.
Kaboose — Not only are there a good amount of Easter crafts on the page, there’s a whole subsection dedicated to bunny crafts. Give all the kids bunny ears for Easter!
DLTK — I’m not sure what DLTK stands for, but this page sure has some fun activities. In addition to crafts, coloring pages, and the like, you’ll also find some Easter poems and songs.
Martha Stewart — If you’re looking for fun crafts to do, why not go to the source? Here you’ll find a whopping six pages of crafts covering a wide variety of Easter content.
Enchanted Learning — An assortment of unique crafts, including things like Eggshell Plant Pots and Eggshell Tulips. Don’t let the eggshells go to waste!
The Holiday Spot — A large collection of all things Easter. There are indeed crafts, but also trivia, wallpapers, costumer ideas, and even flowers.
Craft Linky — A page full of crafts for toddlers! Let your little ones join in the fun with these creative and safe activities. As long as you do the cutting, they can do the painting and gluing!
All Free Crafts — Another page with some unique projects — like a Washcloth bunny that you can put an egg in! And a bunny chalkboard made from CDs you don’t need.
Craft Ideas — Not just limited to Easter, find plenty of spring craft ideas at this page. A wide variety of projects to entertain large age groups is sure to keep everyone busy.
Better Homes and Gardens — Like the Martha Stewart page, this takes the idea of Easter crafts a little more seriously. There’s some really cool stuff in here and plenty of projects specifically for children.
Save on Crafts — The name says it all! Want to make some need Easter crafts but don’t want to spend a lot of money? Find plenty of thrifty recipes in here, including how to make colorful confetti eggs.
Craft Bits — By far one of the most frugal and practical ideas I’ve seen is the Milk Carton Easter Basket, one of those "why didn’t I think of it" ideas! Great site with great ideas.
Activity Village — A whole village of activities aimed directly at kids, there are some really fun ones in here such as bunny puppets made from wooden spoons and bunny masks made from paper plates.
Craft Elf — I’m not really the sentimental type, but even I might have to make a jelly bean carrot for someone special. You’ll find plenty of great ideas on this website.
Danielle’s Place — Not only does this quaint, personal website have some neat crafts, but you’ll also find ideas for some fun Easter games for kids to play.
Michael’s Website — The official website for the popular crafts store has some pretty intense projects - such as a large panoramic craft egg. These are some good projects to do along with your kids.
Craft Town — Do you think Craft Town is located anywhere near Activity Village? Another website with dozens of projects, everyone is sure to find something they’ll like.
Hershey’s — Everybody seems to be getting into the Easter spirit! At the official website for Hershey’s chocolate, you’ll find plenty of little treats to make with — you guessed it — chocolate!
Mormon Chic — What’s cool about this page of crafts is that it includes everything you need for a nice Easter Sunday — activities, recipes, and then rules for a fun egg hunt.
Angie’s Realm — Small, personal websites are often the best place to find unique and creative projects and Angie’s Realm is no exception.
Kinder Art — As the name suggests, these projects would be a total hit with the kids, making them ideal for working on together with the whole family.
Dot Com Women — Yes, I took one for the team and checked out a site called Dot Com Women. What I found were some pretty nifty craft ideas for eggs, baskets, and more.
Home Grown TV — Another official website, the Home Grown TV site focuses more on decorating your place for the holiday, with some impressive looking centerpieces.
Billy Bear — A massive assortment of Easter crafts and activities, including fun printouts like word searches, puzzles, and even bunny-themed Tic-Tac-Toe.
Black Dog — Another resources bursting with content, this page includes things like Easter Bingo, jumbles, riddles, and even a personalized Easter story.
Alphabet Soup — Both delicious and educational, Alphabet Soup is chock full of crafts, songs, stories, recipes, and other helpful holiday resources.
The Holiday Spot — The Holiday Spot offers a wide variety of helpful resources including activities, recipes, wallpapers, greeting cards, and even a section talking about the history of Easter.
Easter Bunnys — At Easter Bunnys you’ll find plenty to do, with rhymes, jokes, songs, and they even have a feature where you can email the Easter bunny a letter!
Easter Crafts and Recipes — The name pretty much explains it all — this page is dedicated to various Easter crafts and recipes, but there are also some holiday themed games and some gift ideas.
ALFY — Here’s a page that’s a little different than the rest but offers some pretty cool stuff. They’re essentially activities, but they’re designed to be educational and informative.
Robin’s FYI — Another great personal website full of crafts, kid stuff, and Easter information. It even has Easter-themed stuff specifically for your computer.
The Hunt — Instead of going with a traditional Easter egg hunt, why not try one of these variations? The Easter Spiders sound especially exciting.
Personalized Story Book — Here’s something very cool! For a small price, you can order your child a personalized story book straight from the Easter Bunny.
Easter Chick Origami — Sick of bunnies? Make an origami Easter chick! You can print out the special image or just fold it and then design it yourself.
Easter Egg Holders — This one is a great project for young one and something I remember fondly from where I was a kid. If need be, holders are an acceptable alternative to actually coloring the eggs.
Teacher Vision — This page actually shows you how to color "dinosaur eggs", but what better way to spice Easter up than to go outside the normal styles?
Delicate Art — Here’s a really simple and straightforward guide to decorating eggs in the Ukrainian custom, which seems to let each child really dig into their inner creativity.
Learn Pysanky — Another site dedicated to making Ukrainian Easter eggs! The site has been around since 1997, so the woman behind it all must really know what she’s doing.
Dinosaur Design — A fun little flash game where you apply designs to virtual eggs. A great way to get ideas on how to color your actual eggs, not to mention a lot of fun.
White House 2010 Design — Want your eggs to have a nice official look to them? Here’s a rundown of the designs used by the White House for their 2010 egg hunt. Pretty fancy if you ask me!
Amazing Mom — A handy guide explaining everything you need to know about coloring eggs. Despite the name of the page, you don’t have to be amazing or a mom to benefit from these instructions!
Kids’ Turn Central — Another great instructional site on making Easter eggs, this one with a variety of methods for not only decorating them but also on making different dyes.
Paas — Here’s a page from Paas, makers of everyone’s favorite egg-dying kit! This page will show you how to prepare the eggs, decorate them, and even show you nifty recipes to use them in!
All Fiber Arts — Here’s something a little different — a guide to decorating your eggs using all-natural dyes found in your kitchen. It could be a fun little experiment seeing what colors you can whip up.
All Recipes — A site I’ve used multiple times where trying to find something to make for dinner, All Recipes now comes to an Easter rescue with these egg decorating ideas.
Meddy Bemps — Here’s a whole assortment of egg decorating techniques and resources, and if you follow the links on the page you’ll find some "egg-tivities" as well.
Better Homes and Gardens — Looking for egg decorating tips? The Better Homes and Gardens website contains over two dozen interesting variations.
Reader’s Digest — The website for the famous Reader’s Digest features some incredibly creative egg decorations that go far beyond simple coloring and become full blown crafts.
Celebrations — If you’re looking to celebrate Easter in a big way, Celebrations has twenty Easter egg decorating ideas that will spice up your holiday.
Free Stuff 4 Kids — Everyone loves free stuff and this page should be no exception. Contains a baker’s dozen egg decorating techniques that are a little fancier than your usual dye jobs.
Culinary Musings — This page of "alternative" Easter egg decorating ideas contains some simply genius ideas, such as wrapping an egg in rubber bands or tape prior to dying to leave a cool pattern behind.
History of Easter.info — With a URL like that, how could I not start here? An informative article with a few more helpful links on the left side of the page.
Holidays.net — A nice little history of the Easter Egg and the Easter bunny, their symbolism and origins, something I’ve always been curious about myself.