Make an Easter Graham Cracker House

This is such a fun and easy craft and a great way to decorate the house for Easter. Make simple graham cracker houses and use your creativity to deck them out for Easter. DIY Easter Graham Cracker Houses are so much fun and simple to make. Come on in and I’ll share how to make this Easter Craft

Easter Graham Cracker House

Easter Graham Cracker House:

Here’s a quick video to show you how fun and easy this is to make…


how to make an Easter Graham Cracker House

I made the house as simple as possible. It’s graham crackers glued together and glued down to a paper plate. This a no-fuss craft.

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I used a grass tip with green frosting for almost all of the frosting decoration. Of course, a bunny is attracted to grass – right?!

Graham Cracker House for kids

The bunny butt is so easy to make. I’ll show you how to make it from marshmallows.

Easter Graham Cracker House for kids

Here’s what you’ll need for an Easter Graham Cracker House:

  • 4 long graham cracker pieces
  • 3 graham cracker halves or squares (divided)
  • Low temp glue gun and glue sticks
  • *if you want an edible house – (see note below)
  • 1/2 cup of Green frosting – if you can’t find it already made use vanilla and green food coloring to make your own
  • 1/4 cup of Pink or another pastel frosting – if you can’t find it already made use vanilla and red food coloring to make pink
  • 2-3 Tbsp. of powdered sugar
  • Orange jellybeans for carrots
  • Other candies that are Easter-related – I used, candy eggs, flower sprinkles (I found them at Michael’s Craft Store), jellybeans, pastel M&Ms
  • 1 regular sized marshmallow
  • 2 mini marshmallows
  • scissors
  • serrated knife for the triangle graham cracker pieces
  • paper plate
  • piping bag
  • grass tip 

*If you prefer to make this house edible, then you’ll want to omit the glue and use frosting mixed with powdered sugar instead. Mix in enough powdered sugar to make the frosting thick. It will hold better. 

Here’s how you can make this Easter Graham Cracker House…

how to make an Easter Graham Cracker House
  • You’ll first want to glue your house together
  • *As mentioned, above – use frosting thickened with powdered sugar in place of glue for a completely edible house 
how kids can make an Easter Graham Cracker House
  • Use a low temp glue gun to glue to stand the 2 long sides up (one square piece length apart) and glue the squares in between them
  • Glue 2 long pieces leaning together for the roof
  • Dive a square piece of graham cracker in half – Use a serrated knife to saw it into a triangle shape
  • Glue those onto the sides of the roof

Decorating your house:

how kids can make an Easter Graham Cracker House
  • Grab your frosting that has been colored pink or another pastel color, add 1 Tbsp. powdered sugar – mix
  • Add the rest of the powdered sugar to the green and mix
  • *This is making the frosting into a stiff frosting that will hold candies better and dry hard
  • Add your green frosting to your piping bag and put your grass tip onto the bag
  • Spread the pastel frosting onto the roof
  • Use the green frosting to decorate the seams and anywhere else you want on the house
how kids can make an Easter Graham Cracker House

Adding the Bunny Butt:

how kids can make an Easter Graham Cracker House

  • Cut a regular-sized marshmallow into 3 pieces and use one as the bunny butt
  • You can use extra frosting to glue it to the front of the house
  • Cut 2 mini marshmallows in half to use as a tail and feet
  • Add the mini marshmallows with more frosting to the butt as the feet and the tail
  • *you can squish the mini marshmallows together to form a foot shape before you put them on
Easter Graham Cracker House for kids

Decorating the outside of your Easter House:

  • Add more grass to the walkway, on the sides, and along the bottom of the house
  • Add orange jellybeans with grass on top to make carrots
  • Decorate with more eggs and flowers in the patches of grass
Making a Graham Cracker house for Easter

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