Looking for a fun Easter craft? Make painted wooden spoons in adorable Easter designs and prints.

Painted Wooden Spoons

I love wooden spoons. I have a very hard time passing them up at the store even though I have a drawer full of them.  So I am absolutely in love with wooden spoon craft ideas! I hadn’t considered that I could make wooden spoons in to cute decorations but here they are.  This is a super inexpensive Easter or spring craft you can make with the kids and keep for years.  The hardest part about this craft is to step back and really let your kids be creative. They may not turn out perfectly, but they will be one of a kind!

 

Materials

Plain wooden spoons  (these can be found super cheap!)
Craft paints
Paint brushes
Googly eyes
Pipe cleaners/chenille stems

Instructions:

Wooden Spoon Crafts

Paint the wooden spoons white, yellow or whatever colors you want.  Really, the sky is the limit. If your kids want a pink Easter egg then go for it. Make chicks or ducks out of the yellow spoons. White spoons can be bunnies, eggs, lambs or more.

Easter Crafts

 

To make an Easter egg painted spoon, just use your imagination for a pretty design of dots and lines with lots of different colors. A simple orange triangle and two dots of black on the yellow spoon make the chick face.

Hand Painted Wooden Spoon Bunnies

The bunnies are fun to add googly eyes to. Paint on a silly face and glue some googly eyes. Wrap a pipe cleaner or ribbon around the handle for a bow tie.  Seriously – how cute are those?!

Painted Wooden Spoons Craft for Easter

Let the spoons dry, pop into a mason jar, tie with ribbon and you have a super cute Easter decoration!  It’d be super cute to fill the jar with some jelly beans first and stick the spoons right in.

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6 comments on “Easter Painted Wooden Spoons

  1. These are so fun! Thanks for sharing this with us on Throwback Thursday! Hope to see you next week!

    Mollie

  2. How adorable! My daughter would love to use these as puppets!

  3. Aww, cute kids craft idea! Thanks for linking up at the #HomeMattersParty !

  4. I love these painted spoons. I like when they’re all different sizes too.

  5. These are too cute! What a fun idea. =)

    You should stop by and add these to the Creatively Crafty link party this Thursday!