Here is 10 of my favourite no waste Easter crafts or ideas.
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1. Glitter Egg ornaments - Found via Willowday
I love this idea. I have seen the whole eggs covered in glitter but never thought about hollowing them out. Really really pretty and you can of course make a nice easter cake with the egg :D
2. Toilet paper tube bunny - Found via EtsyBABY
Toilet roll tubes are definitely one of my most loved craft items when it comes to kiddy crafts. Having a family of 4, we never run out of them either.
3. Paper plate Easter basket - Found via Nurture Store.
Are you like me and have lots of these plates cluttering the draw? I always end up with loads after a party and only use them to make masks. I love how the kids could personalise this themselves.
Egg boxes are fantastic to work with. As well as making the bunny mask why not try number 7 and number 10 as well and make 3 crafts out of one box.
5. Recycled Easter basket - Found via Red Ted Art
Another simple one. The rest of the bottle could be used for other crafts or in the garden.
6. Fabric Easter egg Bunting - Found via Sew a fine seam
This is a great one for crafters. Not to despair if you do not know or are not comfortable with sewing. If you have any old fabric (kids old clothes maybe?) You could easily just make egg shapes and paint patterns onto them. Glue some ribbon or string onto the back of the fabric and hang up.
7. Egg carton chicks - Found via One Little Project
Another egg box craft. Love that this can be filled with little sweets too. Great way to use up some more of the egg box you cut up in my number 4 craft.
This is a great way of using up leftover tissue paper you get in gifts or newspaper and the the kids can get messy with some paint.
9. Wool wrapped tulips - Found via School Time Snippets
If you use wool this is a nice way to use up those endy bits as well as cardboard and ice lolly sticks. If you feel extra frugal, use up some tissue paper from gifts and an old clean jar.
That egg box you chopped up in number 4 or number 7 will come in handy here. Egg box flowers look fantastic, last ages and are really easy to make. Use the rest of the box to make some daffodils to give the room a spring time feeling.
If you feel extra frugal, in number 5 a plastic bottle was recycled into an easter basket. Use the body of the bottle and decorate it to make the vase (cover the bottom and maybe add some weight into it) Make different types of egg box flowers to create a bigger bunch.
If you would like to see more no waste easter craft ideas, pop over and have a look at my pinterest board.
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