These Easter Bunny Colour-in Masks (£2.75 for 6) make an ideal activity for a mixed age range or as a group or party activity, simply set them up with some colours (I would using recommend felt tips over our crayons) and let them create some masksMy two really enjoyed these masks and spent ages bouncing around the house pretending to rabbits.
Bunny Wooden Photo Frames (£2.95 for 8) would make great Easter gifts for family and friends. You simply decorate them with paint, stickers, glitter or pens and add a picture or photograph of your choice. The low price of these would make them a great craft option for a group of children. We opted to paint them and use them as hanging decorations on our Easter tree, so simple but effective.
This Easter Bunny Bunting (£2.99) is so cute. I admit that I earmarked it for myself as it makes a lovely decoration. I kept it simple just adding white pom pom bunny tails to each rabbit before stringing and hanging my bunting, I think it looks very sweet. As there are a generous 20 flags, I did keep some bunnies for the boys to decorate and make their own bunting too!
I am always looking for more Easter tree decorations and Egg Mosaic Baubles (£3.49 for 4) are perfect. In the kit you are provided with everything you need to create lovely keepsakes. Simply decorate the polystyrene eggs with the stickers and add the hanging ribbon and bow. I like that these required no glue which meant they were ready to hang instantly, both the boys and I really enjoyed making these.
If you are hosting an Easter party these Funny Face Egg Jump Ups (£1.75 for 4) make ideal party bag fillers or could be used during an egg hunt or even as an amusing addition for an Easter basket. They are the kind of thing young children find endlessly amusing, my two certainly have!
Check out Baker Ross for all of these Easter crafts plus a whole lot more.