Color Me Hoppy
Coloring is a classic kid’s craft that will never go out of style. It is safe for little ones of any age and it helps with developing fine motor skills. It’s a great way to keep kid’s entertained, especially if you have other things you need to devote your attention to. We created a version of these for Christmas this past year, so now we are updating things with Easter coloring placemats. Use them in your kid’s table setting on Easter day, or print them out as an activity to hang on the fridge leading up to the holiday!
Using the Coloring Sheets
This Easter coloring page design includes adorable bunnies with Easter eggs in a lush garden scene. There are two sizes for you to choose from – an 8.5 x 11 or an 11 x 17. The larger size is great if you are using them as actual placemats, but the smaller size might be better to use for regular coloring pages. If you want a sturdier version to use as a placemat, feel free to print onto cardstock. We used this as a part of our kid’s Easter table setting, including our bunny treat boxes and bunny ears drink toppers. Another idea for using these Easter coloring placemats is to arrange a little contest for your little ones at your Easter celebration. Have them all color a page and then display their colorful pieces for the afternoon!
More Easter Kid’s Crafts
If you would like a variety of coloring pages, check out our Easter coloring pages from last year to download and print for free. Stay tuned for another printable coloring sheet later this week – it will be a more simple design that is better for younger coloring enthusiasts. Find our round up of our favorite Easter’s crafts for kids, or browse our entire DIY Easter section for inspiration. Always feel free to share your project suggestions for us in the comments below, or share your project photos on Instagram using #MadeWithLia. Head to our membership page to start downloading, and follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for daily glimpses of our latest projects.