The best kind of Easter decorations are the ones you make yourself. From hand-stitching felt bunnies to repurposing mason jars into adorable chicks, these easy DIY Easter decorations will add a touch of whimsy to your Easter celebration. Whether you're a crafting connoisseur or a total novice, each DIY crafting kit or blog post comes with step-by-step instructions for guidance. Your handmade decor will make marvelous additions to the delicious food and drinks you'll serve at your Easter celebration this year, certain to get your family and friends in the Easter spirit. Oh, and we heard a rumor that the more decorations you have in your home, the more candy the Easter bunny leaves you!
Even if you're new to felting, these easy-to-make eggs are the perfect craft to stitch together for a impressive DIY centerpiece.
These adorable paper boxes serve dual purpose: fill them with Easter goodies and place them around the dinner table for decor, then let guests take them home as a parting gift.
With this kit's step-by-step instructions, even the most artistically challenged person can pull together a charming Easter centerpiece.
What better way to impress your guests than to tell them that you hand painted this beautiful sign yourself? Hang your masterpiece in the kitchen or display on the fireplace mantel.
This easily-assembled elegant paper lamp is the perfect addition to this year's collection of Easter decorations.
Everything you'll need to crochet this adorable bunny, including the pattern, yarn and eyes, comes with the kit. If you're feeling ambitious, stitch together a few of these little guys to give away as Easter brunch favors.
Have the kids help with the assembly of these wooden Easter rabbits, then place them in your living room to brighten the space.
There's no better reason to dust off your embroidery needles than to make your own Easter creations– especially when they're this whimsical!
What you'll need: white wool yarn ($10), an embroidery needle ($4) and hot glue gun ($9).
Which came first? Your kids will have the best time playing with this reversible chick and egg fleece plush toy when you're done stitching it together.
What you'll need: White, orange, and yellow fleece ($11)
After you cook up a delicious Easter brunch, save those egg shells and turn them into adorable holiday candles.
Use this simple bunny garland template to print out several bunnies on your favorite patterned paper before stringing them together.
Get the tutorial at DIY Candy.
What you'll need: Cotton twine ($4, .com); white pom poms ($5 for 15, .com)
Get crafty this Easter with these easy DIY wood bunnies. You can put them on your fireplace mantel or dinner table to instantly spread holiday cheer.
Your kids will love creating these easy-to-make lollipop bunnies that only require a few supplies.
Get the tutorial at One Little Project.
What you'll need: White pipe cleaners ($4, .com); googly eyes ($7, .com)
Whether you place it inside or outside, this cute holiday sign will offer a warm welcome to your guests on Easter Sunday.
This cute design is easy to recreate thanks to a free printable.
Get the tutorial at How to Nest for Less.
What you'll need: Chalk ($6 for a pack of 25 colors, .com)
Dye those Easter eggs and then display them for all to see with these cute egg holders.
Every Easter dinner table needs a centerpiece, and this tealight eggshell one will be the star of the spread.
Get the tutorial at Little Inspiration.
What you'll need: Tealight candles ($12, .com)
String these carrots to twine or a foam wreath for an instant festive Easter decoration.
Grab some chalkboard paint and then let your imagination run wild with design ideas.
Get the tutorial at We Are Scout.
What you'll need: Chalkboard paint ($12, .com)
The only thing cuter than a cotton tail is a beautiful spring flower one!
These pastel birdhouses will look adorable on your porch all season long.
Get the tutorial at Love of Family and Home.
What you'll need: Wood birdhouse ($7, .com)
Have an Easter tree that needs decorating? These adorable holiday ornaments are the perfect embellishments.
Use your leftover paint chips to create an egg-cellent garland.
Get the tutorial at Modern Parents Messy Kids.
What you'll need: Waxed cotton ($9, .com)
With pastel eggs, spring blooms, and a big bow, this Easter wreath has all of the holiday's elements.
String these sweet bunny pom poms across your mantel this Easter.
Get the tutorial at Create Craft Love.
What you'll need: Waxed cotton ($9, .com); white pom poms ($5 for 15, .com)
Grab some scrap wood and shape it into this cute outdoor bunny decoration.
Get the tutorial at My Recipe Confessions.
What you'll need: Wood glue ($10, .com)
You can also use fresh spring flowers when putting together this beautiful Easter bouquet.
Get the tutorial at Frugal Mom Eh!
What you'll need: Large styrofoam balls ($10 for two, .com)
Make a bunch of these tiny Easter baskets filled with bunnies, chicks, and eggs and display them on cake stands.
Get the tutorial at My Sister's Crazy!
What you'll need: Wood glue ($10, .com)
These balloons double as decor and cute favors for little ones to take home.
Get the tutorial at Design Improvised.
What you'll need: White balloons ($12 for 100, .com)
Create a bunch of these polka-dot burlap bunnies and place them all around your house.
Get the tutorial at Landee See Landee Do.
What you'll need: White balloons ($15, .com)
Bring a little Easter Bunny humor to your dinner table with this delightful centerpiece filled with carrots and flowers.
Get the tutorial at Love Grows Wild.
What you'll need: Faux flowers ($7, .com)
Don't forget to leave this sign out before the Easter Bunny comes to visit.
Get the tutorial at Confessions of a Serial Do-it-Yourselfer.
What you'll need: Pastel acrylic paint ($18 for 18 colors, .com)
Bust out your favorite spring scrapbook paper and paste it over wooden bunny forms.
Get the tutorial at Happiness is Homemade.
What you'll need: Scrapbook paper ($12, .com)
These glittery jars will look even better when they're filled with your favorite Easter candy.
Get the tutorial at Crazy Little Projects.
What you'll need: Small jars ($10 for 5 jars, .com)
Your centerpiece will be extra sweet when its filled with Peeps and other bright-colored candies.
Get the tutorial at Two Sisters Crafting.
What you'll need: Peeps ($9 for 3 packs, .com)
This cute display is surprisingly affordable and easy to make.
Get the tutorial at Peanut Blossom.
What you'll need: Mason Jars ($10 for 2 jars, .com)
If you love to garden, these are the Easter eggs for you.
Get the tutorial at The House That Lars Built.
What you'll need: Clear plastic eggs ($8 for 10 eggs, .com)
Take your leftover jelly beans and turn them into a cute centerpiece.
Get the tutorial at Crafty Sisters.
What you'll need: Jelly Beans ($15 for 2 large bags, .com)
Make these yarn eggs from scratch and then twirl them into a beautiful Easter door decoration.
Get the tutorial at Wine & Glue.
What you'll need: Water balloons ($8 for 1000 balloons, .com)