7 Quick And Easy DIY Ideas For Easter Decor

What comes to mind when you think of Easter – a delicious roast, Easter egg hunts, or perhaps the adorable home decor that comes along with it? Easter wouldn't be complete without amazingly cute decorations to get you into the springtime mood. We're talking fluffy bunnies, cute baby chicks, and eggs galore! These 7 quick & easy Easter crafts will definitely get you into the Easter mindset and have your home overflowing with springtime charm, from the front door right down to the dining room table. 

1. Eggshell Mosaic Vase

You'll Need:

  • vase
  • craft glue
  • paintbrush
  • dyed eggshells

Here's How

1.1 Break some dyed eggshells into pieces of various sizes. Brush a thin layer of craft glue onto the vase and press the pieces of eggshells to its surface. 

1.2 As you decorate the vase, make sure that the colors alternate nicely and complement each other. Arrange some flowers inside the vase, and your Easter centerpiece is ready! 

2. Carrot-Shaped Floral Swag

You'll Need:

  • plastic tulips
  • plastic ivy
  • wire
  • pliers
  • ribbon

Here's How:

2.1 Bind the plastic tulips together with a strip of wire, looping the wire securely around the stems. 

2.2 Thread the ends of the plastic ivy under the wire ring. 

2.3 Secure everything snugly in place with more wire, then tie a thick ribbon around the greens. Hang the tulips upside down on the front door for an adorable decoration that looks like a giant carrot!

3. Easter Egg Candlesticks

You'll Need:

  • wooden coasters
  • electric drill
  • glue
  • wooden dowel 
  • Easter eggs, dyed & blown-out 
  • candles

Here's How:

3.1 Drill a hole in the middle of each coaster, making sure not to drill all the way through. Fill the first hole with glue and insert the wooden dowel.

3.2 Carefully drill holes in the tops and bottoms of the dyed, blown-out Easter eggs, then slide the eggs onto the wooden dowel.

3.3 Glue the second coaster on top of the wooden dowel, this time with the hole facing down. Once the glue has dried, place a candle on the top coaster and light it for some bright Easter cheer!

4. Adorable Easter Bunny Egg Planters

You'll Need:

  • eggs
  • googly eyes
  • felt-tip pen
  • brown construction paper
  • scissors
  • potting soil
  • grass seeds

Here's How:

4.1 Carefully make a small hole on the top of the egg and drain out the eggshell, then poke a small hole in the bottom.

4.2 Cut 2 bunny ears out of brown cardboard, then give the bunny a face using googly eyes, the cardboard ears, and a felt-tip pen.

4.3 Fill the egg with potting soil and grass seeds, then display it in an egg cup or tealight holder alongside other Easter Bunny egg planters. It won't be long until grass starts growing out of the egg, giving the bunny a funky hairdo!

5. Little Sheep Easter Ornaments

You'll Need:

  • cotton rounds
  • cotton balls
  • construction paper
  • permanent marker
  • glue
  • decorative ribbon or string
  • thread

Here's How:

5.1 Cut the sheep's head and feet out of the construction paper. Draw in the sheep's face and hooves with a permanent marker, then glue the head and feet to the cotton round.

5.2 Glue a small cotton ball onto the sheep's head.

5.3 Decorate the sheep with a bow made out of decorative ribbon or string. Attach a thread to the back of the cotton round and hang your cute little sheep ornaments around the house!

6. Blissful Bunny Vase

You'll Need:

  • empty Mason jar
  • pink spray paint
  • permanent marker
  • hot glue gun
  • pink foam sheet

Here's How:

6.1 Spray the Mason jar pink with spray paint. Once the paint is dry, draw a bunny face on the jar using a permanent marker.

6.2 Cut 2 bunny ears out of the pink foam sheet and glue the ears to the jar. Put fresh flowers inside of your adorable bunny vase for a polished springtime look.

7. Chick Candleholder

You'll Need:

  • wine glass
  • yellow spray paint
  • googly eyes
  • pink & orange foam sheets
  • yellow feathers
  • candles

Here's How:

7.1 Spray paint the wine glass yellow and place it upside down to dry. Cut out the pink and orange foam sheets to make accents for the chick's face, then glue googly eyes and foam accents onto the wine glass to make the chick's face.

7.2 Glue yellow feathers to the wine glass for the finishing touch, then place a candle on the base of the upturned glass.

If you're tired of decorating with the same old knick-knacks every year, these Easter decorations can help breathe some new life into the holiday. Toddlers and grandparents alike will love having an arts & crafts afternoon together to celebrate the season! 

Get the instructions for the Easter Egg Crafts and Concrete Easter Decorations featured in the bonus video.


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