There are so many sweet crafts out there for younger kids to make. An endless supply of Easter crafts for little kids. There are even plenty of Easter crafts for tweens. What about Easter crafts for teenagers?
With two teens in my house, I went on an Easter hunt of sorts. Searching for fun Easter crafts for teenagers…craft projects that my teens would want to make. Don’t think that once you turn into a teenager you don’t want to craft. If anything the craftiness gets even more awesome!
From making slime to next level Easter egg decoration…we have found them all. What are you waiting for – let’s get crafting!
Fun Easter Crafts for Teens to Make
Make up a batch of Easter egg bath bombs, like these ones from Mom Foodie. I love the variation in the colours…so lovely.
How bold and expressive are these typography Easter eggs. A basket full of fun text messages from Lovely Indeed.
Um, hello! I want to make one of these swinging Easter chick wreaths from Handmade Charlotte. Seriously, so many ways to personalize this craft.
I am loving how magical these galaxy Easter eggs, from Dream a Little Bigger, look. Perfect for Doctor Who and Harry Potter fans.
Sew a super cute Easter bunny necklace. All you need are a few scraps of felt to bring this little guy to life.
Not sure what to do with all of those Peeps? Why not turn them into a fluffy, edible peep play dough! Follow this recipe from Schooling a Monkey.
Everyone needs a bunny on Easter. Make your own Easter bunny from one of those many, many odd socks with this tutorial from Feeling Nifty.
Skip all the colours and create beautiful doodle Easter eggs. Everyone loves to doodle.
There are so many things that you could do with these Easter mason jars. Fill them will your pens and pencils, use them as a vase or fill them with Easter chocolates. Awesome craft from Mason Jars Craft Love.
More Easter bunny love! We love making pom poms and these pom pom Easter bunnies are a total must-do craft from IKAT Bag.
OMG! Loving these Easter egg pinatas from Corner Blog. They’re so colourful a frilly.
Tatertots and Jello shares a fun teen Easter photo scavenger hunt. It isn’t a craft…but what a Easter hunt alternative teens.
These paper Easter eggs, from Little Miss Celebration, are gorgeous and would look lovely in any home.
How super cool is this paper bunny? I love how graphic the bunny, from Paper Shape, looks.
Use up all of that extra nail polish you have hanging around with these colourful nail polish swirl Easter eggs from A Thrifty Mom.
Be sure to also check out our collection of Easter crafts for tweens. You’ll find crafts that are fun for older kids – a little more challenging than basic Easter crafts.
Looking for more cool Easter Activities?
Print off our Easter would you rather questions for families. A super easy Easter game that the whole family will love.
Make a fun Easter vegetable platter that will impress all of your friends and family. How awesome are these vegetable trays?! Totally an edible craft project.
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