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Easter Table Kids’ Crafts That Are As Sweet As Can Be

Easter Table Kids’ Crafts That Are As Sweet As Can Be

With Easter gatherings fast approaching, we’ve been working our bunny tails off to bring you some fun and simple ideas to make these events extra special for your kids.

Easter fun usually means chocolate eggs and marshmallow treats, but knowing that the Easter Bunny clearly has this sugar-high covered, we challenged ourselves to make our version of fun one that won’t produce a candy-induced coma.

That’s why we’ve partnered with Wonderful Halos to share 3 fun craft tutorials that can sweeten up your kids’ Easter table, without pulling out the jelly beans. Halos are the perfect snack that’s both sweet and healthy, so we knew they’d be a natural fit for our candy-free Easter ideas. Plus, they’re seedless, easy to peel, totally guilt-less and can be turned into some pretty darn adorable creations. High five to that!

Keep reading to learn how to make our Easter Bunny Napkin Holder and Bunny & Chick Place Cards (with free printable!).

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PIN for when you’re ready to dress up your Easter table:

Easter Bunny Napkin Holder

These Easter Bunny Napkin Holders will have your kids jumping up and down with joy like, well, a bunny. They are incredibly easy to create – get your kids involved in the process, they’ll love folding, tying and of course drawing on those sweet little faces.

Now getting your child to actually use the napkin…well, that’s a whole different story.

You’ll Need:

  • Wonderful Halos mandarins
  • Napkins
  • String or ribbon
  • Sharpie

Step 1: Take your napkin and fold it in half, corner-to-corner to create a triangle shape. Start at the point and fold up all the way up. The napkins we used are 20x20 cotton, but large paper ones will work as well if you’re not up for washing them after!

Step 2: Grab your Halos mandarins and wrap the napkin around it. Can you resist peeling one open and popping in that juicy goodness?! Nope, we couldn’t either.

Use a piece of string or ribbon to tie around the base of the napkin. We wrapped ours in this rustic twine and tied it in a simple bow.

Step 3: Take a Sharpie (we used these cool paint ones, but regular Sharpies are fine too) and draw on the eyes, nose, mouth and whiskers to complete the transformation of your Halos mandarin into an adorable bunny!

Display these Bunny Napkins lying on plates, or stand them up. You can even pop them into clear plastic goblets (which kids love to drink out of and feel all grown-up!).

Free Printable Bunny + Chick Place Cards

Add even more pizzazz to your Easter kids’ table with these super fun Bunny and Chick place cards. Your children will love having an “assigned” seat (how posh!), plus the added bonus of a sweet treat to snack on while waiting for the Ham to cook, or to finish off after the meal.

And if you’re hosting any sort of Easter Egg Decorating Party, these place cards work just as well – not only to let your guests know where to sit, but to provide them with a healthy snack to eat while dipping and dying.

You’ll Need:

  • Wonderful Halos Mandarins
  • Printable Bunny and Chick PDF (find the download instructions in the steps below)
  • Sharpies
  • Scissors
  • Glue Dots
  • White pompom or cotton for bunny tail
  • Yellow feathers for chick

Optional:

Bunny Place Card

Step 1: Draw the bunny’s face on your Halos mandarin using a Sharpie (again, we used these Sharpie Paint Pens, but you can use a regular one too).

Step 2: Download our free printable by entering your email into the box below. We’ll send the PDF directly to your inbox. 

Where should we send your Easter Critter Place Cards printable?

You’ll get the link to download instantly.

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Step 3: Print out the PDF on white card stock (but not to worry, regular paper does work just fine if you don’t have any) and cut out the bunny ears and feet.

Step 4: Write the name of each child on one of the bunny ears then attach them to the top of the Halos mandarin with a Glue Dot. If you don’t have any, tape or a hot glue gun will do the trick.

(Ask your kid’s to help make these sweet little critters…ours couldn’t get enough)

 

Step 4: Place another Glue Dot on the base of the feet and sit the Halos mandarin right on top.

Step 5: Attach a white pompom or cotton ball to the back of the mandarin if you so please!

Chick Place Card

Step 1: Draw the chick’s face on your Halos mandarin using a Sharpie.

Step 2: Download our free printable by entering your email into the box below. We’ll send the PDF straight to your inbox.

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You’ll get the link to download instantly.

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Step 3: Print out the PDF on white card stock (again, paper will work if you don’t have any) and cut out the chick’s feet and wings.

Step 4: Write the name of each child on one of the chick’s wings, then attach them to the sides of the Halos mandarin with a Glue Dot (or tape, or hot glue)

Step 5: Place more Glue Dots on the base of each foot and attach to the underside of the mandarin.

Step 6: Stick a yellow feather into the top of the mandarin to finish off your sweet little chick.

Just look at how amazing these Easter critters will look on your kids’ table. Not only will your children’s faces light up when they see them, but they’re super functional and offer a delicious healthy treat you can feel good about.

Thanks to our sponsor, Wonderful Halos, for providing us with Mother Nature’s perfect snack for our Easter craft creations. Halos are California grown and bursting with pure goodness. They’re the good choice solution for all ages (we’ve been known to polish off a few at a time!), so you can indulge without any #momguilt.

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9 Comments

  1. Oh my goodness, I especially love the napkin bunny!! That is such a unique idea! I have to try that, my kids will love it!!! Thanks so much for sharing!!

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  2. Your whole Easter table decor looks great! I love your placemats. The bunny and chick oranges are so cute! My youngest daughter saw the pictures and loved the bunnies.

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  3. This is the cutest! I’m hosting Easter at my new home for the first time ever this year and what a fun way to get our kids involved in the party prep!

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  4. This is soooo cute! I love the table and everything you’ve created for it. What a sweet tablescape!

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  5. Loooovee everything! I am in love with those placemats! Wherever did you find those?

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    • Marshall’s!

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