24 Easy Easter Crafts
With Easter just around the corner, liven up your home with these 24 creative crafts. They’re simple and fun so the kids can join in, too. You might even have just as much fun as they do!
Yarn Easter Egg Wreath
Using yarn, glue, and a plastic Easter egg, create this simple Easter egg wreath. If you’ve already got an Easter wreath, place the eggs in a basket for a simple centrepiece.
Get step-by-step instructions to make this yarn Easter egg wreath.
Easter Egg Bunny Ears
Make your own little Easter bunnies with this template for wrap around bunny ears.
Click here to get the template for these Easter egg bunny ears.
Easter Peeps Wreath
A beautiful wreath doesn’t get much easier than this! Grab some ribbon, glue, or pins and some Easter Peeps and you’re ready to begin.
Click here to learn how to make the Easter Peeps wreath.
Chocolate Easter Egg Nests
A craft that looks and tastes good–what more could we ask for?
Click here to learn how to make the chocolate Easter egg nests.
Paint Chip Easter Garland
If you’ve painted your house lately and don’t know what to do with the leftover paint chip samples, this could be the answer! Simply cut the chips into egg shapes, string them and hang them up and you’ve got Easter garland. If you don’t have paint samples at home, you can pick your favourtie colours in the paint section.
Click here to learn how to make paint chip Easter garland.
Jelly Bean Topiary
Great for just outside your door on a spring day to welcome guests. All you need is some glue, pastel jelly beans, floral foam, and a Styrofoam ball skewered with a dowel.
Click here for the step-by-step instructions to make a jelly bean topiary.
Polka-Dot Easter Egg Decorations
Using circular Avery labels as a stencil for polka dots makes painted eggs worthy of a centrepiece.
Click here to learn how to make polka-dot Easter egg decorations.
Easter Candy Flowers
Grab some colourful paper, cut into a flower, and use a cupcake liner to create a daffodil. Fill up with your favourite Easter candy and you’re done. These could be great place-settings for Easter dinner or just something fun to have on the table.
Click here to learn how to make Easter candy flowers.
Silk-Dyed Easter Eggs
If you’ve got some silk ties or scarfs laying around that you don’t get much use out of any more, this is the perfect Easter craft for you. By wrapping an egg inside of the silk and boiling with a water-vinegar mixture, the pattern from the silk will transfer onto the eggshell for a beautiful decoration.
Click here to get the step-by-step instructions to create your own silk-dyed Easter Eggs.
Fabric Scrap Fabergé Egg
This is a great idea for any one who wants to take a different spin on the traditional dyed Easter eggs. Attach any fabric to an egg with glue and add to an Easter basket.
Click here to learn how to make fabric scrape fabergé eggs.
Carrot Silverware Bundles
Brighten up the Easter table with orange napkins wrapped around green cutlery.
Click here to learn how to make these carrot silverware bundles this Easter.
Pipecleaner Finger Puppets
Create these cute bunnies, chicks, and kittens simply with pipecleaners. Have some extra items on hand, such as googly eyes or bunny ears, to really make the puppets your own.
Click here to learn how to make pipecleaner finger puppets.
Easter Egg Carton Flowers
Rather than throwing your egg cartons in the recycle bin, reuse them! Cut the compartments, then paint and shape into daffodils, tulips, or other flowers of your choice.
Click here to learn how to create some Easter egg carton flowers of your own.
Adorably Fluffy Easter Chicks
Cut eggshells and get creative! Use fabric, markers, buttons, or any extras you have laying around to create these cute little Easter chicks.
Click here to learn how to make a fluffy Easter chick.
Create a bouquet that will last! All you need is paper, scissors, glue, and a wooden skewer.
Learn how to make some paper tulips of your own.
Crepe Paper Carrots
Make these cute Easter carrots by wrapping orange crepe paper around an empty toilet paper roll. Glue a green stem to the top of each. Put in a basket or hide Easter treats inside!
Click here to learn how to make crepe paper carrots.
Carrot Paper Garland
Cut strips of orange and green paper to form a carrot. This easy craft is perfect for stringing into a garland.
Learn how to make some carrot paper garland for your home.
Easter Bunny and Tulip Puppets
Grab some colourful card stock and cut out the shape of a bunny or tulip. Sandwich them together on a popsicle stick or a green pipe cleaner, add a pom pom tail to the back of the bunny and you’ve got a puppet!
Click here to learn how to make these Easter bunny and tulip puppets.
Easter Sock Bunnies
Making these little sock bunny pets is simple and most of what you need is probably already in your home. Any colour sock will do and the rest of the details are up to you.
Click here to learn how to make Easter sock bunnies.
Shaving Cream Easter Cards
This is one where the kids can get a little messy. Use shaving cream and acrylic paint to create marbled card stock or construction paper Easter eggs. Play around with colours and mix them all together to get a different look on each egg. These make perfect Easter cards or even name cards for brunch.
Click here to learn how to make these shaving cream Easter cards.
Googly Eye Easter Eggs
Hard boil some eggs and give them a little personality by adding googly eyes or by cutting off the top of an artifical flower and attach as a hat. Just about any items you have around the house will work to make these Easter eggs all your own.
Click here to learn how to make these googly eye Easter eggs.
Easter Bunny and Carrot Eggs
Glue googly eyes, a pink pom pom nose, and white foam bunny ears to a hard-boiled egg and use a marker to draw on bunny whiskers and eyelashes. To make the carrots, soak hard-boiled eggs in orange dye for 15-20 minutes until vibrant. Wrap together a bundle of green raffia and glue it to the top of the orange egg as a stem.
Click here to learn how to make these bunny and carrot Easter eggs.
Cheap Peeps Centrepiece
This centrepiece is as simple as filling in the gaps. Simply place a small container inside of your favourtie vase and fill the gap with Peeps. Done!
Click here to learn how to make a cheap Peeps centrepiece.
Peeps Bunny Bunting
All you’ll need is some felt, a pencil eraser, and some black paint to create these bunny Peeps. Cut into shape, use the pencil eraser for the eyes and nose, sew to some ribbon and hang.
Click here to learn how to make this Peeps bunny bunting.