Easter Decoration Ideas And Activities For Kids
Furniture in Fashion Blog
Furniture in Fashion Blog
Furniture in Fashion Blog[meta_gallery_carousel slide_to_show="3" autoplay="true"]
Easter is a cheerful time, announcing the arrival of many sunny days to come. This is especially so for the kids, so if you are looking to make this festive seasons memorable, involve your children in the decorating process. Sure, if you want to give children’s furniture a boost or add some sophisticated wall decor into your kid’s room, you’re on your own. But, some of the following activities can be handled together:
Chocolate and…more chocolate!
First things first. Get a stash of chocolate Easter bunnies — they will come in handy this spring. These sweet, festive Easter figures are also yummy, so you cannot possibly go wrong with them.
Involve your kids in painting
As you start painting Easter eggs, involve your kids in the process. Sure, most of their ‘crafts’ will not be as sleek and careful as yours, but who cares? Let’s have fun!
Use paper eggs if you like large scale arts
Real eggs leave little room for the imagination, so if you like large-scale decor, make a couple of cardboard eggs and let your kids paint them in any wildest colours they like. After that, you can line all of their masterpieces on a string — next to a fireplace, for example.
Paint old cups and dishes
Do you have any old or cracked cups and dishes? Do not throw them away just yet — let the kids express their creativity by painting the plates anew. After that, you can use them as wall decor.
Craft a couple of Easter bunnies
On the whole, cardboard will come in handy on the Easter-eve. You can craft a pair of Easter bunnies — there are plenty of ready-made schemes online, and some of them are so simple the even a 3-year old will tackle them.
Give your frames a colourful look
Some of your older picture frames can be decorated with sprinkles or even colourful egg shells. A bit of glue, a bit of imagination — and you’re set!
Make a couple of wreaths together
Wreaths are not Christmas exclusive. Sure, to celebrate Easter, you will have to focus on something a bit more flowery or grassy. The activity is perfect for grown kids.
Hang gift baskets on the walls
Gift baskets are important elements in any festive decor. In a small room, you can go with soft paper bags rather than bulky baskets — this will accessorise the walls without cluttering your room.
Don’t forget about Easter chicks
As you decorate, do not forget about Easter chicks. You cab either make a couple of picture orbit a couple of ready-made toys for this festive season.
Get bunny masks and ears
Finally, get a couple of masks and ears for your Easter egg hunt. After all, Easter is all about having fun!
And, of course, do not forget about yourself! Given that for the adults, some festive table decorations, like flowers, fruit, and folded napkins, vary little from one holiday to another, a couple of these suggestions may come in handy.