Our Easter crafts include paper flowers, pompom bunnies, and beanbag chicks. Learn everything you need to know about curating a homemade Easter basket, find a creative new way to decorate Easter eggs, or adorable bunny craft ideas including bunny ears, bunny decorations, and rabbit-themed centerpieces.
How to Make a Pretty Papier-Mache Bird's Nest for Easter
Move over, woven basket. Here's a more novel way to present your goodies this year.AdvertisementAdvertisementArticle
Recycled and Decorated Berry Baskets
Brightly colored plastic berry baskets, available at any supermarket, are ideal for creating homemade Easter baskets.
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12 Easy Easter Crafts for Anyone and EveryoneHop to it! You can make these cheery decorations, party favors, and basket stuffers just in time for Easter. To help, we've rounded up our favorite easy Easter crafts from floppy-eared bunnies to bright yellow chicks and colorfully decorated eggs.
Kids' Spring Crafts
Children will bloom with creativity when making our favorite kids' spring crafts.
Easter and Spring Centerpieces
Our beautiful centerpieces are sure to make a statement at the Easter table.
Bunny Craft Ideas
Want to bring some Easter bunny magic to your home? Hop to it with our rabbit-themed toys, centerpieces, and gifts.
Easter Table Crafts and Favors
Make these Easter crafts and favors to decorate and delight this spring.
Brown Sugar Easter EggsThis easy Easter craft is a modern day take on those lovely Victorian era panorama sugar eggs. And believe it or not, all you need is some light-brown sugar.
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Easter Eggs with Decoupaged FeathersThese decorated wooden eggs will last you for Easters to come. Each one is painted in pastel colors and decoupaged with tiny feathers for a modern, yet natural look.
Crepe Paper Carrots
This Brilliant Trick to Decorating Easter Eggs Turns Mess into Magic
Easter Clip Art and Templates
Create simple -- yet adorable -- Easter favors, decorations, cards, and centerpieces using our clip art and templates.
Tissue Paper Pom-Pom SheepHosting a springtime baaaa-sh? Your guests won't be able to resist "oohing" and "awwing" over these fluffy sheep decorations, made easily with white tissue paper and cardstock.
Spring Awakening: Easter Crafts
Birch-Wrapped Basket with Tulips and DaffodilsThis oversize nest cradles an exuberant mix of blooms from spring-flowering bulbs –– the botanical counterpart to newly hatched birds. Pliable birch branches circle and ordinary wooden basket, giving the nest its ethereal, light-as-a-cloud appearance. The flower stems are supported by floral foam set in a plastic liner.
Honeycomb Easter Egg DecorationsPost
A Brilliantly Blue Natural Easter Egg Dyeing Technique -– Two Ways!
The secret to that rich indigo color? It's hiding in your fridge! With a few pantry staples and a fresh batch of eggs, Jena Carlin of Little Rusted Ladle shows how you can create these speckled, marbled Easter eggs just in time for Sunday.Article
Easter Place Setting Idea: A Tiny Nest of Candy Chicks
Nestled inside these shredded paper nests is a sweet surprise! Turn Easter candy into baby chicks and decorated eggs.Article
Pom-Pom Carrot Treat Boxes for Easter
Surprise! A striking collection of candy-filled boxes will draw guests to the Easter dinner table. Start with a set of store-bought boxes, and glue on hand-cut pom-poms as carrot toppers.Article
Cute Woodland Animal Easter Eggs
What's that hiding in the bushes? It's a congregation of cute forest critters! Think: itty-bitty birds, foxes, squirrels, and bunnies. Kids will love making their features: beady eyes and funny noses, and adults will adore them too.Video
How to Marbleize Easter EggsStep outside your normal Easter egg dyeing routine and try this fool-proof technique for adding swirling, marbleized patterns to the Easter tradition. You won't believe how easy it is!Article
Eggs and dyes are the two central elements of Easter crafts. Decorating eggs perfectly isn't hard; just follow our tips.Video
Splattered Easter EggsA shop-your-pantry supply list and a technique so easy it's child's play make these eggs an ideal last-minute Easter craft for all ages.Article
Delicately Stenciled Egg Cups
Whether you're presenting hardboiled eggs for the dinner table or looking for a way to display your decorated Easter eggs, these stenciled egg cups offer a personalized touch.Article
Paint a Personalized Easter Basket
Here's an easy way to turn an ordinary wooden basket into a one-of-a-kind package for seasonal candies, treats, and toys.Article
Easter Carrot Treat Bags
Lil' bunnies will be hopping over these candy-filled paper cones, shaped to look like carrots.Video
Easter Egg Dyeing Basics
Follow these tips and techniques for perfectly dyed Easter eggs every time.Article
Washi Tape-Decorated Easter EggsGet the look of découpage eggs with washi tape—no glue necessary.Article
Easter Eggshell Basket
Is it an Easter egg or a basket? It's the best of both! An oversized egg -- painted and tied up in a bow -- becomes a one-of-a-kind wall display for your spring blooms.Video
Coffee Filter FlowersCreate daffodil-shaped candy dishes for a fanciful table display using coffee filters and food coloring.Article
Tie-Dye Easter Eggs
An ordinary paper towel and some liquid food dye is all you need to create these vibrant, tie-dyed Easter eggs.AdvertisementAdvertisementArticle
Chalkboard Easter Eggs
A few coats of paint is all it takes to turn ordinary eggs into mini chalkboards. The best part? You can wipe away your designs and start from scratch whenever you want a new look.Post
Egg Carton Crafts: Happy Little Music ShakersI always liked egg carton crafts. There's something about that pressed and shaped lightweight gray cardboard I find very appealing. And I like to recycle and reuse whenever I can, so don't throw away that cardboard egg carton just yet. This cute egg-carton craft makes something unique from that egg carton that your little ones can play with, make music with, or just display as a knickknack.Video
Origami Egg CupsWhen folded in a series of simple steps, origami paper can become sturdy enough to hold an egg. The cups can even double as fun place-cards for your Easter brunch — try playing with different colors and textures for a festive feel.