Easter is a holiday just made for fun crafts! Even if you’re not particularly religious, you should find some cute spring ideas to make with your children for their birth families in these slides!
5 Easter Crafts for Your Child to Send His or Her Birth Family
Easter is a holiday just made for fun crafts!
These Easter Chick Cards from Red Ted Art are perfect for any age! Parents can help their young children write an accompanying note, while older kids can do this all on their own!
Daily Leisure offers a cute chick handprint craft. I’m a sucker for any crafts that use little kid hands!
Looking to send something tasty? Jelly Bean Easter Necklaces courtesy of Two Sisters Crafting are both seasonal and delicious! This craft does require a needle, so it might be best suited to older kids.
Bunnies are adorable, and so are our children! This Personalized Easter Bunny Craft by My Custom Kids Books combines the two. You probably already have the supplies in your house!
Wild Olive’s Handprint Easter Lily Brooch is more than first meets the eye. Hint: your child’s hand makes up part of the brooch. I suppose that might be obvious from the title, but it’s really neat how it all comes together!
Maya Brown-Zimmerman is a mother of three, both biologically and through adoption. She has been blogging since before it was cool, and is passionate about everything from open and ethical adoption to special needs advocacy and patient-physician communication. In her spare time (ha!) she's on the board of directors for a medical nonprofit and enjoys medical and crime dramas. You can read more from her on her blog, Musings of a Marfan Mom.
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