38 Cute and Creative Crafts to Make This Easter

Easter has never been this fun.

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These DIY designs offer the perfect excuse to turn your home into an Easter Bunny's paradise. Between the sweet edible treats and sweet table art, these crafts will be a hit this Easter holiday. Plus, get our best easter crafts for kids!

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Con Poulos
Cute and Colorful Easter Eggs

Turn a bushel basket into a cheery catchall for Easter loot by adding a few bright stripes of paint and a pair of homemade pompoms. Add colorful Easter eggs inspired by chicks and cute characters for some extra festive flair.

Best dressed: Draw a face and hair on a ceramic egg. Wrap the bottom third of egg in thick yarn (tip: work from the middle down) and secure by brushing on white craft glue in sections. Create details like collars, bows, and buttons with felt and beads.

Dashing Design Egg: Follow tradition and dye your eggs first. Once dry, draw a series of short lines with a white paint marker.

Fuzzy Chick: Wrap a ceramic or wooden egg in yarn (tip: start at the top and work down) and secure by brushing on white craft glue in sections as you work. Use templates to make felt wings, feet, beak, and hair, and attach with glue. Glue on small black-bead eyes.

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Con Poulos
Fringe and Tassel Easter Basket

Make a plain square basket look magical with a few scraps of ribbon and trim, and fill with unicorn-inspired and sparkling Easter eggs.

Lovely Unicorn: Paint a wooden egg white; let dry. Draw on face. Cut a mane from faux-fur trim, color in an egg dye bath, and attach (once dry) with fabric glue. Use templates to make felt ears and a gold paper horn; assemble and glue to egg. Wrap a 3 x 1/8-in. strip of gold paper around horn; secure with glue. Glue star confetti to cheek and hair.

Shiny Silhouette: Use the templates to carefully cut a chick or bunny from a foil candy wrapper. Adhere to dyed egg with Mod Podge. Use a damp cotton swab to gently wipe clean the foil shape; let dry.

Dazzling Glitter Egg: Try this trick on basic plastic eggs: Lightly sand the outside, brush on glue, cover in glitter, and let dry.

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diy easter baskets flowers
Con Poulos
Spring Has Sprung Easter Basket

There are no better signs of warmer weather than beautiful blossoms and high-flying butterflies. Use the faux variety to embellish a bamboo basket, and fill with floral, speckled, and bunny-inspired eggs for added whimsy.

Woodland Bunny: Decorate a painted egg with soft, furry ears and a floral crown. Paint a wooden egg, let dry, then add a spotted belly with white paint. Draw on a face. Use template to make ears from felt and faux-fur trim. Sandwich wire between ear pieces, then bend back the bottom 1/4 in. and use to glue in place. Glue small faux flowers around ears.

Floral Egg: A dyed egg can be a blank canvas for a watercolor garden. Paint small X's with dots in the centers.

Speckled Egg: Use a toothbrush to flick watered-down acrylic paint across (dry) spray-painted plastic eggs.

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Con Poulos
Candy Carrots

Package Easter treats inside papier-mache cones wrapped in orange twine and topped with green crepe paper.

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Francis Janisch
Easter Bunny Face

Need to keep kids occupied? Have them add ears, nose, and eyes to a pink crepe paper ball to make a cute, photo-worthy bunny face.

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Con Poulos
Hanging Egg Centerpiece

Use a craft knife to cut a 2" x 2" oval into . Apply one to two coats of paint to the 4" and ; let dry. Stuff 4" eggs with tissue paper, then place all eggs inside cardboard box. In small bowl, mix a few drops of water with a dollop of paint, then dip the toothbrush bristles in and use your thumb to fleck the paint onto the eggs to create speckles. Once dry, repeat for the reverse side of the eggs. Place floral foam inside the and arrange inside. Use brown floral tape to attach two sprays together to create height as needed. Hot-glue a small loop of ribbon to the top of the eggs and hang from spray branches. Arrange Easter grass inside 4" eggs, then add cookies.

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Francis Janisch
Patterned Easter Eggs

Use silk fabric to give your Easter eggs a chic, patterned look.

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Con Poulos
Felt Bunny

The ear, arms, and legs on this handcrafted felt rabbit bend, so you can arrange him all around the table—or house!

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Con Poulos
Spring Chicken Balsa Wood Easter Baskets

To make the basket, cut a 15" x 2" balsa wood strip for the sides of the basket and a 9" x ⅝" strip for the handle. Soak these strips in a pan of water for at least 10 minutes. Remove from water and while still wet, use a steamer (or the steam button on an iron) to apply steam to the balsa wood strips as you gently bend them into shape (this will prevent kinks and cracks in the wood). Bring the short ends of the bigger strip together to form a 3" x 5" oval and create an arch with the smaller strip. Use clothespins to hold the ends of the side strip together and to hold the handle strip to the center of each of the longer oval sides; let dry completely (about 2 to 3 hours). Remove clothespins and hot-glue the pieces in place. To make the bottom of your basket, trace the inside of the oval onto a balsa wood sheet, cut out and hot-glue to the sides of the basket along the inside edge. Embellish the outside with velvet ribbon, scrapbooking flowers, paper tags, and more. For the chicks, dip doughnut holes in melted white chocolate, roll them in nonpareils, then add sprinkle eyes and a gummy candy beak.

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Con Poulos
Pretty Pots

Push flower cookies into painted terra cotta planters that are filled with fresh wheatgrass. Adhere letter stickers to the sides of two pots to spell Happy Easter. Apply one to two coats of acrylic paint to the pot, plus inside the top rim; let dry about one hour. Carefully peel away the letter stickers and discard. If needed clean up the edges of the letters with a craft knife.

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meringue wreath dessert
Con Poulos
Meringue Wreath

An Easter wreath that doubles as a light, fruity dessert? That's just genius.

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popsicle easter bunny
Courtesy of Make & Do
Popsicle Easter Bunny

This bunny shelf is created with popsicles, and can also be used as an adorable piece of nursery decor.

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easter bunny treat jars
Courtesy of Happiness Is Homemade
Easter Bunny Treat Jars

Don't worry about creating elaborate Easter baskets this year—give your loved ones these decorated mason jars filled with all their favorite candies instead.

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No. 2 Pencil
Easter Mason Jars

Instead of a traditional Easter basket, fill this adorable mason jar chick, bird or bunny with your child's favorite treats and trinkets, then place on the breakfast table and fill with flowers or use to decorate the mantle or side table.

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stand up paper eggs
Courtesy of Little Miss Celebration
Stand Up Paper Easter Eggs

These colorful pieces will add a pop of springtime color to your home and require almost no effort.

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treat pouches
Courtesy of Raising Whasians
Treat Pouches

We don't know what we love more—the cute egg-shaped pouches or the lollipops decorated as adorable chicks!

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A Pumpkin and a Princess
Sock Bunny  

Prepare these handmade sock bunnies and include them in your Easter baskets to delight your little ones.

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easter egg inspired vases
Courtesy of Tater Tots & Jello
Easter Egg Vases

These are so easy, even the kids can help you put together these pretty pastel-colored Easter egg vases.

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ombre easter eggs
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Ombré Easter Eggs

You can create this dramatic display with just two 0.25-ounce vials of blue dye you may already have in the kitchen. Set out six 12-ounce glasses, labeled A through F. Add one cup of boiling water and two teaspoons of white vinegar to each and stir, using a separate spoon for each glass. Then, mix in the color as follows: A, two drops; B, six drops; C, 10 drops; D, 20 drops; E, 45 drops; F, 60 drops. Submerge a hard-boiled egg in each glass. Steep for five minutes, or until you're happy with the hue, then remove and place in an empty egg carton to dry. Repeat with additional eggs (up to three dozen).

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curious bunny
Courtesy of Practically Functional
Curious Bunny  

Your little ones will be in giggles after seeing this whimsical Easter decoration.

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bunny table runner
Courtesy of Kelly Elko
Bunny Table Runner  

Add some holiday flair to your dinner table with this Peter Cottontail-inspired runner.

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Alexandra Rowley
Flowers by the Dozen Centerpiece

To make this centerpiece, empty eggs by carefully cracking a small hole (about ¾" across) in the pointy end of each egg; rinse out. Choose to dye the eggshells, decorate them or leave them plain. Place eggshells in a ceramic Egg Crate ($12.95; ) or the bottom half of a cardboard or clear plastic egg carton. Then, fill each halfway with water and stick in cut flowers.

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bunny ear napkins
Alexandra Rowley
Bunny Ears Napkins

1. Use scissors to cut a 1½" section of paper-towel tube.

2. From white or pink felt, cut a 6¼" x 2¼" rectangle and hot-glue it around the cardboard ring.

3. Download the . Make the outer ear shapes with felt that matches the ring color, and the inner ear shapes with the other felt color.

4. Sandwich a 4" piece of pipe cleaner between the inner and outer ear shapes, letting about ¾" stick out of the bottom; hot-glue to secure. Pinch the bottom corners together and secure with hot glue; hold until dry. Repeat this step for the other ear.

5. Attach the ears to the felt-covered ring, about ½" apart, by hot-gluing the exposed pipe cleaner to the top of the ring. Cover the pipe cleaner segments with a small piece of matching felt; hot-glue to secure.

6. Once dry, bend the ears to make them stand upright, then push a napkin through the ring.

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Alexandra Rowley
Golden Eggs

1. Dye or paint eggs; let dry completely.

2. Use a foam brush to paint abstract splotches of glue from the Mona Lisa Metal Leaf Starter Kit on the eggs; let dry according to package instructions.

3. Apply the gold leaf from the kit to the sticky areas (the glue is tacky when it dries) and smooth down with your fingers.

4. Use a stiff-bristled brush to sweep away any gold leaf around the egg where there was no adhesive.

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painterly eggs
Alexandra Rowley
Painterly Eggs

Download our , and print onto Grafix Rub-Onz Transfer Film. Tip: You may need to select the photo paper setting on your printer. Follow package instructions to transform images into adhesive decals, then apply to eggs by rubbing with your fingers or the flat end of a wine cork.

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Miki Duisterhoff
Easter Egg Topiaries

Feather your nest with topiaries made from paper napkin–covered plastic eggs glued onto Easter grass–covered Styrofoam cones.

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Allison Gootee
Peeps Sunflower

Celebrate Easter and the arrival of spring with a cute and sweet DIY project.

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Courtesy of Creative Juice
Candy Vase Centerpiece

Sweeten up your centerpiece this Easter by adding layers of classic jelly beans or your favorite candy to a glass vase. Stick to pretty pastels to mimic the colors of spring.

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chocolate rabbit centerpiece
Courtesy of Hungry Happenings
Chocolate Rabbit Centerpiece

Turns out Nilla Wafers make great bunny backsides. This table topper is sure to delight dinner guests with a sense of humor.

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jordan almond birdies
COURTESY OF SWEET SUGAR BELLE
Jordan Almond Blue Birdies

A bowl of these treats enlivens any spring table setting. It's a good thing a batch takes only a few minutes to make because your flock will be eaten by the handful. The recipe also works for blue M&Ms if you're not nuts for nuts.

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