Easter is coming and with it comes visions of warmer weather, spring colors and loads of decorations. If you are someone who enjoys making your own Easter décor, we have a great collection of DIY decorations for you.
Whether you want something simple that the kids can do with you or you prefer something that looks a bit more complicated, these projects are sure to be perfect for your Easter décor needs. From creating and decorating your own Easter tree to simple decorations that you can make with yummy Easter candy, we have something for every DIYer in this collection.
Grab your creativity and find the project that best suits your decoration needs. You are sure to find something that is easy and fun and will allow you to create beautiful decorations that you are sure to want to show off this Easter. These colorful, fun and easy projects are sure to be a hit with crafters of all ages.
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Feathers and Eggs
Bird feathers and eggs go well together and can help you to create lovely Easter décor for any room. Feathers can be purchased in different sizes and colors from many craft stores and you can use plastic eggs or decorative eggs in glass or other materials. The two work together to create a stunning Easter display that is perfect for spring.
Detailed Instructions – Annixen
Crocheted Easter Basket
If you love to crochet, you can create a cute peek-a-boo basket that is perfect for a centerpiece or mantel decoration. You could even crochet these for the kids to use during their Easter egg hunts. The pattern is really simple and the entire project won’t take more than a day or so to complete, so you have time to do several if you want before Easter arrives.
Detailed Instructions – Thecrochetcrowd
Easter Egg Door Décor
Adorn your door this Easter season with a lovely Easter Egg that you can make in just a couple of hours. You just need to decide what fabric you want to create the egg and then put it all together. This is a really simple project that takes very little materials and even less time. The egg even has a catch-all pocket in the front for placing additional decorations if you want.
Detailed Instructions – Craftsalamode
Homemade Fabric Easter Basket
Thrill the kids or create beautiful home décor with a homemade fabric Easter basket. This is a relatively easy project even for beginning sewers and you can do it by hand or use your sewing machine. You could also likely use fabric glue if you prefer not to sew at all. You can choose whatever fabric you want and adorn the basket with eyelet lace or anything else you prefer. Fill it with candy or use it for a gift – it’s perfect either way.
Detailed Instructions – Nanacompany
You can create an Easter garden with potting soil and a flower pot. If you want to express your religious beliefs, you can do so by planting a garden that shows the tomb and crosses synonymous with the Bible’s Easter story. Using real grass seed gives you a real garden. Just remember to keep the garden in a warm location with lots of sunlight and give it plenty of water every day.
Detailed Instructions – Pinterest
Eggheads with Cress for Hair
If you are looking for an all-natural way to celebrate and decorate for Easter, these little eggheads are perfect. Kids will absolutely adore creating little egg people and growing cress which doubles as hair. You can use the eggs in the shells for baking, just remember to crack them really close to the top so that you have room to plant the cress. This is a cute project and one that helps you to reuse those empty eggshells and grow your own cress at the same time.
Detailed Instructions – Nurturestore
Decorative Easter Treats
If you are looking for ways to really dress up your Easter treats, there are many. You can use plastic tubes for holding pastel colored candies or put edible grass in a jar and decorate with a chocolate bunny and colorful jelly beans. There are so many ways that you can create lovely treats for giving or simply for sitting around your home and helping you with your Easter decorating.
Detailed Instructions – Notsoidlehands
Easter Bunny Silhouette
A piece of wood leftover from another project, some crafter’s paint and a bunny template will help you to create a beautiful silhouette that you can hang in your living room or sit beside your favorite Easter display. This is a project that will actually take less than an hour and gives you a really elegant silhouette that is sure to please any guest who sees it. Incidentally, it would also make a wonderful gift.
Detailed Instructions – Justagirlblog
Stuffed bunnies can be made of virtually any fabric. Linen will give your homemade bunnies rustic country charm and these little bunnies are relatively simple to make. You can stuff them with traditional stuffing or if you have fabric lying around that you have no use for, use that for stuffing instead. Adorn the bunnies with whatever you want to make them unique and use them to add a bit of spring to various areas of your home.
Detailed Instructions – Eabdesigns
Indoor Planted Flowers
You can add a bit of spring to your indoors by planting flowers in decorative vases. You don’t necessarily have to plant those flowers outdoors. If you are in an area where spring comes late or if you just really want to bring the outdoors inside, you can easily plant flowers in vases and have them in every room in your home. You do have to remember to water them and keep them in sunlight throughout the day but most flowers will grow wonderfully in vases and look beautiful, too.
Detailed Instructions – Womenio