Nice Round up of some really cute Easter Projects.
Make this cute chick wreath to greet your guests at the front door. A fun and simple craft to great those holiday guests. Kids will enjoy helping you with this craft as well. This is something no one else will have in your neighborhood, unless you make it for them.
This adorable garland is simple to make and you can hang it virtually anywhere in the home. From decorating windows, to walls, this is a low-cost craft that everyone will enjoy making. You can even make pomp pom trees to match!
Add some “ears” to this wreath and make an Easter bunny wreath. Warmly welcoming all your guests, this wreath may look a little difficult but it really is not. Give it a try today and you won’t be disappointed on how it turns out.
Kids will enjoy these dressed up lollipops! Make these cute Easter bunny lollipops for kids as prizes for an Easter egg hunt or those Easter baskets. Whatever you use those for the kids will enjoy them for sure. They are simple and low-cost to make.
Add some dye to a coffee filter and look what you get! A colorful Easter basket will be made for short term use and lighter items. Add a handle with a pipe cleaner or some rope and you are ready to go! Great for making for an Easter decoration too!
Like the pom pom garland, we now have pom pom chicks that you can create for a cute little decoration or basket filler. They turn out super cute for only costing a few dollars to make a bunch. They can even be used as prizes in plastic eggs!
Make cute Easter bunny characters for the kids with this fun craft! If you want to make them as decorations you can make them with your kids. I would rather make them for gifts for in my kids Easter baskets though.
Make this cute tulip or flower arrangement vase with your choice of decorations. You can see they used jelly beans and Peeps with tulips but you can use what you want. Any Easter flower would work and any type of decorations you want to use inside would look just as cute when mixed with the flowers.
Specifically for that heart Easter ham meal with family, we have this cute but very simple carrot napkin bundle. This isn’t something you would normally buy for Easter, orange napkins and green plastic ware but the end result is actually pretty realistic looking to a carrot and it adds some whimsy to your meal!
Most people don’t like to decorate because it takes too long but guess what; this only takes you 5 minutes so get decorating. This will be a fun way to show off all those plastic eggs you have around the house with common household items. You may only need to buy the string and that’s it.
This is a very cheap but ingenious decorating idea! Go to your local stores and collect paint color samples. When you have enough cut them in egg shapes, then you can add them to string. An instant 2-tone egg garland has been created to hang anywhere. Who would have thought about this?
Make this cute Easter bunny out of burlap and canvas to warm your home with Easter cheer. This may be a little challenging for the beginner DIY crafter but it will turn out well if you take your time. It looks really cute too.
Make your eggs sparkle with crystal pellets on them this Easter. All you need is your basic plastic egg, glue and Epsom salt. In a few minutes you will have a bunch of crystalized eggs to use throughout the house, baskets or for that famous egg hunt.
Are you tired of getting your hands full of egg dye or tired of the eggs dropping in the dye? This is a simple solution to all of those problems. Take a whisk, stick the egg inside and dip the whole whisk right into the dye. It works like a charm and prevents a bunch of mess to clean up.
What do you do with all of your little pieces of yarn? If your answer is throw it out, now you don’t have too. Save the pieces, no matter the color and make a bunch of Easter eggs to hang or put a magnet on them to hang on a refrigerator.
Make some salt dough eggs to hang around the house, or like the picture shows on a small plant or tree. The end result looks cute and you can even have the kid’s help you paint and decorate the eggs too. This is something any kid will enjoy!
Have a night time Easter egg hunt with this fun idea! Glow in the dark Easter eggs would be fun to search for at night although those hiding may not be as easy. As you may have guessed already, you will need glow sticks that are available at most stores.
This paper bunny garland is easy to create with some festive paper and string. You can use any paper you want and cut out as many bunnies as you wish. There are no set lengths or types of paper you need to use here.
Make these fun fingerprint decorations with your kids. Whether they are for your own home or gifts for the family, everyone will enjoy the simple yet cute idea with this project. The end result is super cute!
Make a cute Easter grass wreath to greet your visitors! Decorate the wreath with ribbon or plastic eggs or whatever you wish but the end result is simply amazing. People will think you spent a lot of money for something that cost under $20.00.