This is a guide about making a string basket. Using thread from raveled fabric or some purchased especially for the project you can make a truly unique basket.
Approximate Time: About 30 minutes
By Rachel's Mom from Wilkesboro, NC
Adorable little fun chicks Thank You for your chicks!
This craft is a great idea to supplement your home decor for Easter.
Approximate Time: 60 mins.
Use the bunny template to trace onto different scrapbook papers. Cut out each piece. Repeat the process for number of bunnies desired.
Use glue stick to adhere paper flowers and rickrack ribbons. Use a dot of hot glue to adhere buttons.
Glue paper bunnies onto 3/8" pink satin ribbon.
By Maricel from Fairfax, VA
Are these the bunnies that are on Martha Stewart's site? I'd love to make some to stand alone for decoration.
This is a guide about making a clay pot Easter bunny candy dish. This cute little clay pot bunny will look great as part of your Easter decor and the candy only sweetens his appeal.
This fun craft is ideal for your Easter decoration. It looks like a quilted egg, but really is fabric pushed into a Styrofoam egg. They can be hung on an Easter tree or anywhere in your home.
We have always made gingerbread houses at Christmas time. I've had so much fun making them over the years that I decided to carry it over to Easter. Here is my first creation, the house of Mr. Easter Bunny himself.
By Jan Lee from L.I. NY
Your house looks great! I usually buy a few of the gingerbread house kits on clearance after Christmas. I find that buying the kit on clearance is usually cheaper than trying to buy all the different candy. We usually have "Gingerbread January" at our house since December always seems so busy. We've also done a house for St. Patrick's Day with a little lephrechan, rainbows, pot of gold, lots of green frosting, etc. We're going to make a "chicken coop" for our Peeps for Easter this year.
Approximate Time: 30 minutes
By Sandy from Bluff City, TN
they are just clear beads from wal-mart.
These little creatures will bring delight to an Easter basket or table decoration. They are made of fabric circles called yo yos. I just added some pom poms, jiggle eyes, etc. It was a fun project.
Bits and pieces of inexpensive craft items can be used to create an eye-catching Easter wreath for your front door.
Start by cutting out your cardboard in the shape of an egg. Cover with a piece of construction paper. You could use hot glue or elmer's. If you use elmer's you have to let it dry before you glue on your eggshells. Then hot glue on the yarn around the outside of the egg. . .
With some firm felt, paint, and ribbon, you can make multiple egg decorations all at the same time.
This craft makes a lovely Easter and spring decoration for your front door. Start by pulling the layers of the napkins apart, usually two-ply. Cut up napkins into 4x4 inch squares.
It's not too late to make this adorable bunny. It is quite easy and fun to do with the kids.
My brother-in-law cut out all the forms and a couple of us girls got together and finished the wood products. With our own ideas along with the help of my crafty sister-in-law helping us. With a little paint, sponges and friendship, the bunny turned into a fun night and a wonderful Easter decor.
By Sally from Buffalo, NY
This is a fairly easy craft to do this weekend, just in time for Easter. My niece showed me the one she had made and it was darling! A washcloth bunny.