Having family time is important to lead a good lifestyle, and Easter is a beautiful time to enjoy your family! In addition to that, we can say that there’s no better way to connect with them than doing some arts and crafts together. Take a look at these 11 amazing DIY projects we’ve found.
Easter Egg Decor
So, you’ve probably already seen several egg decorating ideas because there are really a lot out there. People get creative when it comes to decorating eggs, but here are a few that stand out:
- Follow this step by step to make Easter Bunny Eggs that look so cute.
- Marbled Indigo Eggs that look amazing and are easy to make.
- You can write funny messages on the eggs following this Typography Eggs example.
- For a fancier egg, these Botanical Eggs are the perfect choice.
- If you’re feeling inspired, you can try making these Terrarium Eggs to give to a nature loving friend.
- These Glow-In-The-Dark Eggs will blow your kids’ minds - they will definitely have a great time!
Check more beautiful ways to decorate your Easter Eggs here.
Egg Cart Treats
After using those eggs to make some beautiful Easter egg decorations, take the egg cart and use it to enjoy the holiday even more. These are very simple to make, you’ll simply need to buy some candy. Then, fill some (or all) spaces with half plastic egg and fill them up with candy.
You can add a final touch by wrapping the carton in fabric and tying it with a ribbon. It will look adorable!
Mason Jar Baskets
To make these, you are going to need:
- Mason jars
- Easter bunny ears
- M&M’s (or any chocolate or candy of your choice)
- Colorful trim (at least two)
- Hot glue
Then, you are going to:
- Use the hot glue to place the ears on the lid
- Use the hot glue again to glue the trim around the jar
An optional part you can do is cut out a bunny shape on a piece of white cardboard and glue it on the back of your jar.
DIY Bunny Crayons
Make these bunny-shaped crayons and gather your children so they can have an amazing time coloring this Easter! It’s a great way to recycle all the broken crayons that aren’t being used. You will only need:
- Silicone bunny mold
And you can check the instructions with pictures here. Don’t they look amazing?
These ones you can make to give to your kids or make with them. Either way, they will be happy to have a tiny stuffed animal to carry around. You can find all the materials and instructions on the A Pumpkin & A Princess website.
Speaking of bunnies, check these adorable pets that are so ready to enjoy Easter!
Carrot Treats Box
Carrot boxes filled with treats are a classic gift at Easter, and they’re also a fun craft to make! For these, you will need:
- Orange and green cardstock
- Double sided tape
- Chocolate treats
- “Happy Easter” card (as an additional decor piece)
Get the full instructions on how to make these adorable crafts over at Fancy Shanty.
Aside from being a lovely Easter reminder, it’s also a decoration for spring enthusiasts. It will be a delightful decoration to welcome friends and family to your home. Check out the step by step guide at The Happy Housie!
Bunny Crossing Sign
If you have some old fence pickets lying around your garage, this is the perfect project for you. You’ll ideally want three pieces: one for “bunny”, one for “crossing”, and one for the bunny painting. First of all, paint the pickets the color you want - the recommendation is using colors that represent spring, such as blue or green. Then, make the letters and bunny using a pencil and use acrylic paint over it. Seal it all with a spray sealer and lastly, screw the pieces onto a post and place it in your favorite spot in the garden!
Why don’t you have a Smores Party with an Easter theme and place your sign in the middle? It will certainly be entertaining.
If you’re looking for a more involved craft that you can really dig your hands into, this is the project for you! Follow the instructions over at Design Mom. Go for it!
Bunny Bath Bombs
Homemade bath bombs are a different and refreshing gift to give to friends and family. Plus, it helps encourage the kids to take baths! Here’s what you need:
- Bath bomb bunny mold
- 1 cup baking soda
- ½ cup citric acid
- ½ cup cornstarch
- 3 tablespoon epsom salt
- 2 teaspoon sweet almond oil
- ¾ teaspoon water
- 15 to 20 drops lemon (or lavender) essential oil
- Different colors of soap dye (optional)
Follow the full instructions at A Pumpkin & A Princess to finish making your cute bunny bath bombs!
Easter Tic Tac Toe
Whatever kind of holiday you’re having, this game will be a wonderful and fun addition. It’s a thrill to make it and relaxing to play. You can learn how to make it in Little Gray Fox. The whole family will love it!
And while you play, enjoy these amazing Easter-themed recipes!
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