I love to participate in worldwide Easter card exchanges and prefer to send handmade cards – ones my kids can help making. Easter card ideas that are easy to make for little kids (from 2 years to 8 years) and interesting enough for me to try them, is what I have researched upon and I came up with quite a collection. For moms looking for handmade Easter cards that they can create along with their kids, here are the best of them all!
And this one is for kids to make and share on Easter! The eggs are made by gluing strips of colored and patterned paper.
2. 3D Butterflies
For slightly advanced crafters, this card uses stamped butterflies and acetate sheets for the striking 3D effect.
Simple and easy card made using pastel colored satin ribbons.
Here’s a card I really enjoyed making. The kids handled the ‘cross’ and I enjoyed doing the ‘stamping’ and cutting out bit.
5. Easter Basket Card
Let kids decorate the ‘eggs’ while you work on the basket.
With your help, kids will love to create this honeycomb style pop-up Easter chick card. The instructions are in French and you will need Google’s ‘Translate’ tool to read them. The images accompanying the instructions are also very helpful.
Cute little chicks made with yellow pom poms look pretty on a green card blank.
Easy stitches that any kid would love to accomplish – under your supervision, of course.
Here is a card I made for my friend Nat who stays in the UK. My daughter made almost all of it. Cutting out a few basic shapes from patterned and colored paper is all that is required.