We’re showcasing a few Easter crafts that are fun and easy to make. Most of these will be great kids crafts too and they feature lots of bright colors.
We are ready for spring around our house!
The days are getting just a little bit longer and we’ve seen a few buds on the trees and hidden in the tall grasses. I can say we’re all ready for some more sunshine!
Of course it’s time for spring crafts and that means bring on all the Easter ideas. Flowers, eggs and bunnies are making their debut right now and we’ve got a few fun and bright crafts for you.
Just click on the images and they’ll take you right through to the tutorials on how to make these. And be sure to show us your creations.
We’re always on the lookout for new ideas!
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A Flower Spring Craft
We’re starting off with a bright and colorful craft that might not scream Easter but it sure does scream Spring!
This is a fun and easy project that you can use in so many ways and so many colors.
Kids of any age will be able to make these pretty spring flowers with a minimum of help and you’ll have a fun wreath or centerpiece.
Easter Bunny Crafts
Now we move on to Easter bunnies because who can resist a cottontail?
This cute garland is one of my favorites and I’ve got lot’s of places to hang it this year.
It’s an easy garland to change up because different paper and colors will completely change the look of the garland.
This means that you can use this garland just about anywhere to decorate.
You know that we love washi tape right?
It’s one of our favorite ways to add fun details to a project and it’s such an easy material to use.
Of course it’s also one of those items that can completely change according to the colors that you use so it’s great for any decor.
You could also use a different template – like an egg!
This project is high on our list of items to try.
Can you believe that these aren’t chocolate bunnies?
They’re faux chocolate.
While we don’t want to eat faux chocolate, they sure do make cute decorations and this means we’d be able to use them again next year.
Unlike the chocolate that gets chalky if you keep it. (I mean I’ve heard that – I’ve never actually experienced it.)
This cute craft was inspired by the vintage gumball machines. When she couldn’t find an old machine to use, she improvised.
That means that we can all find the materials to make this cute project.
Just click on the photo and it’ll take you right through to the tutorial.
Another top material on our list is sparkles. I mean that’s not a material, officially it’s usually glitter, but we like anything that’s sparkly.
Glitter, sequins, shimmers. You name it, that’s our favorite color!
These sweet little jars can be used as a cute decoration, or you can fill them up and give them out as a gift or party favor.
Easter Egg Crafts
Not only are bunnies a fun Easter craft but of course there are Easter eggs.
These pretty eggs are made out of different shades of folded paper.
They are big enough to stand on their own, but you could make them small enough to put in a basket too.
More glitter please!
If we’re going to have an egg wreath then we’re for sure going to have one that’s covered in glitter.
Of course you can make your wreath in pastels or not glitter, but we love this one!
Here’s another fun folded Easter egg craft.
These are made in an ornament style but we like the idea of using them on a garland. They’ll be more fun to look at across an open area since they aren’t flat.
What can be cuter than colored buttons?
This is a great way to use pretty buttons and make a great piece of art.
If you’re using this for kids art you can make an outline and have them glue the buttons in a paint by number type art piece.
Need more fun crafting ideas?
Lot’s more Washi Tape Projects
And lot’s of Creative Wreath Ideas