Decorated wooden spoons for Easter are painted in spring colors and then decorated to look like bunnies, Easter eggs, and spring chicks.
Wooden spoons aren’t just for cooking. They also make great craft projects. It’s easy to make decorated wooden spoons into cute easter decorations. First, use craft paint to paint the spoons in spring colors. Then use paint markers to create bunnies, Easter eggs, and spring chicks. Googly eyes are a final touch of fun.
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 let your kids be creative. They may not turn out perfectly, but they will be one of a kind!
Decorate Wooden Spoons for Easter or Spring
Decorated Wooden Spoons for Easter Supplies
- Plain wooden spoons (these can be found super cheap at the dollar store)
- Craft paints
- Paint brushes
- Paint pens
- Googly eyes
- Pipe cleaners/chenille stems
Wooden Spoon Instructions:
Paint the wooden spoons white, yellow, or whatever colors you want. 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.
To make an Easter egg-painted spoon, use your imagination for a pretty design of dots and lines with many different colors. A simple orange triangle and two dots of black on the yellow spoon make the chick face.
It may be easier to do the detail painting using paint pens.
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?!
Let the spoons dry, pop them into a mason jar, tie them with ribbon, and have a super cute Easter decoration! It’d be super cute to fill the jar with jelly beans first and stick the spoons right in.
These wooden spoons are so adorable. Love them. Thanks for sharing at Over The Moon Party. Hope you come back next week so I can stop by again.
What a fun idea you had. These look so so cute!
Another great idea, especially for older kids at an Easter gathering. Would love to have you share these on Sunday’s Best.
Frugal Hausfrau says
These are so fun! Thanks for sharing this with us on Throwback Thursday! Hope to see you next week!
How adorable! My daughter would love to use these as puppets!
That’s such a great idea!
Aww, cute kids craft idea! Thanks for linking up at the #HomeMattersParty !
I love these painted spoons. I like when they’re all different sizes too.
These are too cute! What a fun idea. =)
You should stop by and add these to the Creatively Crafty link party this Thursday!