21 DIY Easy Easter Crafts

by Bishal Adhikary
Chocolate bunnies, colored eggs, family gatherings and the giggling of children as they hunt for treasures hidden by the Easter Bunny - these and many other memories pop into mind when we think about Easter. Putting a personal touch on the festivities adds that little something special to your table. Put your crafting hats on, grab the kids (or maybe a few friends) and try out one of these easy Easter crafts.

Reinvent Easter eggs

These little crafts are great to do with the children - display them on your mantel with pride.

Easter Bunny Eggs - these cute little bunnies will put a smile on everyone’s face Source: Little Red Window

Moss Covered Eggs - looking for something truly impressive? Try this craft. Source: Love Grows Wild

Confetti Eggs - make eggs you can crack over each other’s heads - the kids will love ‘em. Source: A Pumpkin & A Princess

Silk-Dyed Eggs - take “tie-dye” very literally this year for some truly funky patterns. Source: Our Best Bites

Paper Strip Easter Egg - a new take on making Easter eggs, this is classy and fun to make. Source: Minted Julep

Adorn the Easter table

Give your family something to talk about with eye-catching centerpieces for the Easter table.

Egg Flower Vase - put a new twist on the egg shell craft with a few florals. Source: Craftberry Bush

Egg Shell Planters - reuse, recycle and add some new spring-inspired plants to you table. Source: Le Robin’s Nest

Easter Chick Placeholders - a cute way to let people know where they should sit for dinner. Source: Crafts by Amanda

Burlap Table Runner - get your stencil on with this rustic table runner. Source: Uncommon Designs

Bunny Napkins - fold in style with these easy to follow instructions. Source: Taste of Home

Add cute to the menu

These DIY are as delicious as they are adorable.

Hatching Hard Boiled Eggs - crack a few laughs with these adorable carrot chicken feet. Source: Hungry Happenings

Bunny Cake - transform a cake into a bunny carousel with cookies (or…you know... just eat the cookies). Source: Country Living

Bunny Buns (Video Tutorial by Mommy Is A Chef)


Decorate with pastels

Set the mood for your Easter egg hunt with these wall-mounted crafts.

Book Page Easter Egg Banners - a fun craft for those with a more literary bent. Source: Creations by Kara

Paper Easter Wreath - wreaths aren’t just for Christmas (and this one definitely isn’t green). Source: Core’dinations

Wire Bunnies - hop around the house with these simple, chic bunnies. Source: Design Mom

Paper Straw Easter Bunnies - classy yet cute, these bunnies-of-straw are perfect for the wall. Source: Silly Pearl

Easter Bunny Decor - lovin’ the wood and pastel blue combo for this bunny silhouette. Source: Just a Girl

Little bit of fun

A bit of entertainment for after dinner.

Bunny Hand Puppets - put on a puppet show after dinner (or sit back and let the kids do it for you). Source: Purl Soho

A Basket of Bunnies - these are stuffed bunnies the kids can take home with them. Source: The Little Fabric Shop Blog

Bunny Bottles - fill them with candy and let the Easter bunnies work their magic. Source: Happy Clippings