Spring is here! There are so many adorable Easter crafts and basket ideas for little ones out there, but what about your tweens? We have compiled a list of 21 crafts and basket ideas that this age group will love!
Enjoy our list of the Fun Easter Crafts and Ideas for Tweens!
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Looking for a creative Easter Basket for your tween? This Game Day Easter Basket would be a great idea. Easy to put together and so practical, customize with snacks and games your teen would love!
Does your tween love to craft? String Easter Eggs are adorable, only require a few materials to create, would make festive decorations once they are finished.
My kids love making gingerbread houses so this year we’ve decided to make Edible Easter Bunny Houses. Tweens can get creative and snack while they are at it! I promise these bunny houses will become a tradition in your house year after year!
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Easter Egg Mason Jars are super easy to make and they can get creative as they’d like. I just love how they turn out looking like Easter eggs. Not only would they make great vases, but can always be repainted for holiday and hold other things like school supplies.
To say my kids love bath bombs is an understatement. DIY Bunny Bath Bombs are the absolute cutest. Let your tween make them or surprise them with them in their Easter basket. These are also great for them to make for or with their friends.
Is your house getting overrun with toys? Outdoor Activity Baskets are great to kickoff the spring season, reduce screen time, and get tweens back outside!
Is your tween bored over spring break? Have an old wooden spoon lying around? Let them create these Wooden Spoon Easter Bunnies. So charming but so simple! Plus they can be reused year after year for decoration versus trying to save a paper craft.
With spring in full swing, Plastic Easter Egg Flower Pots make the perfect craft and kids love it when they start to bloom. You could even make these on a larger scale as a spring project.
It can be hard to come up with an Easter basket for your tween boy. If he’s a gamer, this is his dream! The Game Stop Easter Basket is perfect and a great way to minimize the candy but add all the things they’d love!
This Easter Basket for Crafters is so cute, practical, and is great no matter what level they are at when it comes to crafting. Many times you can find these little kits at stores like Michaels for a pretty reasonable price.
If your kids are anything like mine, they love making bracelets for themselves and their friends. Easter Friendship Bracelets are totally in style! Well maybe not year round, but they can always use a kit and make different themes or one to wear everyday.
I LOVE this idea for when you are struggling to come up with ideas for tween boys? This Baseball Cap Easter Basket is a hat full of their favorite things and can easily be swapped out for non food items. This also cuts down on the number of baskets you have to store around the house.
Carrot Nail Polish is a great gift to make for you to make for your tween or for your tween to make for their friends. It’s budget friendly and more festive than your standard bottle of polish.
What kid doesn’t love Legos!! This is a great last minute idea. A Lego Themed Easter Basket is easy to personalize for boys and girls! I love the personalization with the baseplate and their initials!!
Paint Filled Eggs are a great outdoor activity, but can be a little messy! While the little ones do their egg hunt, tweens can play with paint.
This Easter Bunny Banner is a tween craft to get them involved with the spring decorations. It’s fun and way cheaper than buying banners from the store! The bunnies are easily customizable depending on what paper you choose.
These Easter Egg Paper Crafts use the art of paper quilling and can be as simple or as intricate as they would like. We recommend searching online for different patterns if they really want to challenge themselves!
Funky Easter Chicks are so much fun to create and an easy way to use up some of your leftover craft supplies. If you have younger kids, they can help too with tween supervision.
Unicorn DIY Eggs are more unique than your standard eye dying session! Tweens love their unicorns so we knew that Easter would be no different!
Do your kids like to make cards for loved ones? They will love these handmade Watercolor Easter Cards. They can use this technique throughout the year for other occasions as well just by swapping out the paint colors.
Are your tweens tired of coloring eggs the old fashioned way? Get creative this year and use Skittles! Kids can experiment with color combinations and swirling. These Skittle Easter Eggs will definitely be a hit!
We hope that our list of 21 fun Easter crafts and ideas for tweens have helped inspire you and your tween this Easter season to get crafty!