Starting this week Artsy Play Wednesday will be featuring many of YOUR crafts in a monthly themed round-up.
By linking up, your post may be featured and shared across all of our social media and blogs!
The more crafts you link up the higher your chances of being chosen.
With Easter coming up this weekend, our first collection made from your posts will be a round-up of Easter Ideas for Children.
Have fun making these on Easter weekend!
Easter Ideas for Children:
1. DIY Easter Newspaper Wreath from 1 Heart, 1 Family
2. Egg Carton Easter Bunny from Totschooling
3. Onion Skin Dyed Botanical Easter Eggs from The Harried Mom
4. Art History Eggs from Life Lesson Plans
5. Easter Pebbles from An Idea on Tuesday
6. Easter Sensory Basket from Country Fit Family
7. Kool-Aid Easter Eggs from Shannon’s View from Here
8. Torn Tissue Paper Plastic Eggs from Capri+3
AND if you’re looking for an idea for how to easily decorate your Easter table, check out my post about
Easy Easter Table Decor…
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So many cute ideas. I didn’t have time to do a tutorial for the craft I’m doing with my son this year… But I’ll for sure be trying some of these. 🙂 I like the diorama.
very excited to try some of these
YAY! You’ll have to send me pics 🙂 OR post them on my FB wall.
I love the painted rocks. So many great themed ideas. Can’t wait to try some of them out.
Painted rocks are cute, aren’t they?! Thanks for commenting Sarah!
What a great linky idea! I am definitely bookmarking this page for next year!
Thank you, Victoria! We have a children’s craft/activity linky every Wednesday.