Whether you're looking for cute crafts to keep the kids entertained over spring break or elegant gifts for Easter, these Easter craft ideas are sure to be a hit. Try one or try them all, and let us know which one is your favorite!

Tin can lamb. Looking for an easy Easter craft or gift? This tin can lamb should fit the bill. And it comes together easily with a clean recycled can, some cotton balls, and a few other embellishments. Makes a great gift for grandma!

Honey bunny bookmarks. Here's another simple craft that makes a great gift for guests or holiday hosts. The bookmark uses white, chenille pipe cleaners to make a sweet little bookmark that surrounds a photo of your sweet little bunny.

Spring chicks. Make your own bobble head birdies with this cute Easter craft. Whip these up quickly by painting egg carton cups in your favorite springtime hue and then jazzing them up with floral wire, cardstock and a few feathers.

Embroidery floss eggs. This fun craft from Better Homes and Gardens will keep kids busy for hours making and shaping their favorite egg design. This would work well for a classroom or scout troop craft where the kids can mix and match styles and show off their finished products in a giant garland decoration.

Pompom chickies. You won't find an easier Easter craft than these adorable pompom chicks from Fioana Carter. Just glue two pompoms together and add felt eyes and a beak. Perfect for kids of all ages.

Easter envelopes. Need to whip together an Easter craft in a jiffy? These Easter bunny envelopes come together quickly and they are easy to make from items you're sure to already have in the house. Basically, if you have an envelope and some paper, you can use them to make these cute bunnies. Bonus points if you also happen to have some candy or other treats you can use to fill them up!

Bottle cap napkin ring. Kids will be glad to set the table for Easter dinner if they can use the opportunity to showcase these sweet Easter crafts. To make, just paint a bottle cap yellow, use a marker to make the face, add a feather, and tie a ribbon on the back. So sweet and simple!

Extraordinary eggs. These cute little egg creatures from Martha Stewart Living are a great way to dress up boring old dyed Easter eggs. Of course, Martha being Martha, these instructions are overly complicated. But you can use the same decorations techniques without the extra fuss of blowing and drying.

What are your favorite Easter crafts to make with the kids?

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