Easter is right around the corner, so I thought I’d share a few Easter themed ideas for the whole family! Easter season is a time spent surrounded by loved ones with a family focus, so Easter projects the whole family can enjoy seemed perfect.
These are ideas I’ve had on the blog in the past and a few others that I’ve tried or would love to try one day!
Easter Ideas for the Family
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These dyed deviled Easter eggs will be fun for everyone! What little one doesn’t want to double dye their eggs? The kids will enjoy creating colorful eggs and the adults will enjoy the tasty creation!
I actually made these a few years back for my family, but they never made it to a blog post! I love all the different colored peeps, chocolates and sprinkles. It’s super easy to let your kids help. You can be in charge of the chocolate dipping and let them decorate with sprinkles!
You can even cover them completely in chocolate and make a Peeps s’more!
Now this one will get messy, so proceed with caution! Even though I know that glitter is the herpes of all crafts, I can’t help but love it. I know that my daughter would go crazy over this fun project, so it may be something we try out this Easter!
If dying eggs isn’t your thing or you’re looking to add something different to the egg hunt this year, try some painted rock Easter Eggs! The kids will love to make them and painting is therapeutic for adults too.
I made this exact recipe many years ago, like before kids when I had much more time on my hands, and it was a big hit! If I remember correctly, mine did not look quite as beautiful, but it was delicious nonetheless. I may have to try my hand at it again.
My daughter is all about helping in the kitchen and my son loves standing on his helper stool, so surely we can make this together. If you have older kids, you can teach them about the bread making process!
Does this one really need an explanation? Melted chocolate, over popcorn, with Peeps, Robin’s Eggs, and sprinkles. Yes please!
You could even melt some of the Peeps and toss the popcorn and Robin’s Eggs in to create a colorful popcorn ball ball creation!
Here’s a little Easter themed workout to go with all the treats that I shared above! I created this workout way back and still think it’s a good one. Burn off some of the Easter candy with this total body burn.
This gorgeous Easter wreath can actually be found on Amazon for less than $50! But if you’re looking to make your own Easter themed wreath, I found this awesome blog post from The Prudent Penny Pincher that has 75 different DIY wreaths and links to how to make them!
I couldn’t end this post without sharing some of my favorite Easter outfits! I’m a sucker for seersucker in the Spring, so here are a few adorable choices for little ones this Easter! In fact, I’ve found several other Easter options for the whole family if you’re looking for something new and fun this Easter season!
I snagged these gorgeous dresses for my daughter and myself this Easter! It comes in 4 different prints and sizes from 0-3 months to adult XXL! I’ll be sure to share a photo on my Instagram as soon as I get them.
Let’s make Easter fun!
I hope these ideas spark some sort of creativity and inspire you to do something fun as a family this Easter. Whether it’s making a new recipe, creating fun Easter eggs or finding fun outfits to take family photos, you’ll love doing it as a family. Being together is what really counts!
If you’re looking for more Easter fun this year, check out my Easter Pinterest board. And don’t forget to pin this for later!