These Easter chick crafts are so cute I can hardly stand it! Here are some fun ideas for the holiday, including crafts and recipes.
It wasn’t until this year that I noticed how sweet Easter chicks are. I think it’s because there are some amazing crafters out there who have done some of the cutest baby chicken projects ever! This year, I think it’s time to add some baby chicks into my Easter crafts rotation.
I think you should too, so I’ve given you ten ideas for a place to start. Let me know which is your favorite! Are you more partial to cookies or pom poms?
Easter Chick Crafts
Not only is this mason jar chick the cutest thing ever, but there are some sweet treats inside! Keri also shares two other treats in her post.
Candy spring Easter gifts at Shaken Together Life
You can make the sweetest baby chicks of any size using pom pom makers and pipe cleaners.
Pom pom chicks at Crafts Unleashed
Make the most delicious butter cookies using Krista’s recipe – then add fuzziness and decorations with coconut and food coloring.
Note: The original recipe is no longer available so use this recipe instead and add coconut to the top if you like!
These are my favorite Easter mason jars ever! You can make a robin, a bunny, and of course a baby chick.
Easter mason jars craft at No. 2 Pencil
These place card holders are so colorful and fun, and I love that the chicks are plastic spoons.
Colorful Place Holders at Crafts By Amanda
This cute little Easter pail will hold all of your easter treats, and who doesn’t love burlap? –
Kelly made these cute little guys with paint and foam balls; and even added a little fuzziness with flocking powder.
Silly baby chicks at The Pretty Bee
Every Easter treat box needs a pair of chicks on the front – add them with decoupage!
Martha Stewart Easter treat boxes at Plaid
Your kids are going to love making chicks from an egg carton, but these are so cute that you might have as much fun.
Egg carton Easter chick at Simple As That
Create a sweet baby chick onesie for your sweet baby chick. It’s easy with fabric paint!
Baby Chick Onesie at Plaid
What do you think of these Easter chicks? I’d love to know your favorite projects in the comments!