Need some inexpensive Easter crafts for your kids or Sunday school class this year that isn’t all about eggs and bunnies? Look no further, sisters! I’ve gathered the top 10 adorable DIY Christian Easter crafts that are perfect for kids of all ages that won’t break the bank. Your kids are sure to love them, and they make Jesus the focus, which is what Easter is really all about! Enjoy! 🙂


Top 10 Inexpensive DIY Christian Easter Crafts for Kids of All Ages



1. “Stained-Glass” Cross

Found from: MomOnTimeOut

These beautiful crosses are easy to make and your kids will want to hang them up right away!

2. Easter Cross
















Found from: InLightofTheTruth

Also using colored tissue paper, this cross probably one of the easiest to make. All you do is draw a cross on paper, coat it with a layer of glue, crumple the tissue paper, stick it, and you’re done! 🙂

3. Watercolor Crosses








Found from: BibleStoryPrintables

I love these watercolor crosses! The tutorial comes with a free printable template to use for the crosses, but you can just as easily make your own! This one is great to really let your kids get creative.

4. Paid in Full














Found from: BibleCraftsForYourKiddos

This project will help your kids really understand what Jesus has done for them on the cross. They will surely love being able to dip their hands in paint as well. 😉

5. In His Hands- John 3:16 Craft











Found from: BrimfulCuriosities

This craft is another meaningful project you and your kids can do together. Cut out a circle from construction paper or another paper of your choice, write John 3:16 (or even another verse you like- click here to see my post about important Bible verses for Easter to share with your kids), dip you and your child’s hands in paint and place on the paper. Then cut out a cross from a different color and glue on. Add other colors of paint to accentuate the cross. 🙂

6. Colorful Light-Ray Cross
















Found from: HousingAForest

All you need for this project is card stock, blue painters tape, oil pastels, and watercolors. This cross is beautiful and super easy to make!

7. Colors of Faith Easter Egg










Found from: RamblingsOfACrazyWoman

This creative Easter egg has different colors to represent the true meaning of Easter- the death and resurrection of Jesus, and how He gives us new life and cleanses us of sin.

8. Tape-Resist Easter Cross












Found from: TheResourcefulMama

Another great craft for kids of all ages to celebrate the resurrection. All you need is card stock, watercolors, and painters tape!

9. Mosaic Cross Craft

Found from: ReadingConfetti

These mosaic crosses are so pretty and fun to make!

10. Sea Shell Hanging Cross













Found from: ChristianGamesAndCrafts

This easy craft uses small sea shells to make a pretty popsicle stick cross that can be hung anywhere around the house.

*This craft might be better for older kids if you plan on using smaller shells such as the ones shown in the picture to avoid any kids possibly putting them in their mouth and choking.

I hope you and your children enjoy these crafts. Happy Easter! 🙂

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