With just some colorful craft foam, plastic Easter eggs, and a few other inexpensive supplies you can create these cute flowers. This is a guide about how to make plastic egg flowers.
By folding a towel or washcloth in certain ways you can create a cute bunny to help decorate this Easter. This is a guide about how to make a towel Easter bunny.
With the knowledge of a few craft basics, yarn, card rings and scissors you can create a cute pompom chick. This guide is about making a yarn pompom chick craft.
Continue the fun of the Christmas gingerbread house creation at Easter. Make a bunny themed house for more tasty fun. This is a guide about Easter gingerbread house.
These sweet yoyo chicks and bunnies are the perfect non sugary addition to your child's basket. They are also fun and easy to make. This guide contains instructions for making yo yo chicks and bunnies.
This colorful Easter corsage would make a great gift. This is a guide about making a fabric easter corsage.
Turn an inexpensive straw hat into a cute bunny decoration for your wall or door. Hang it this spring or for Easter. This is a guide about making a straw hat bunny.
The appearance of these stuffed fabric eggs can be altered by your choice of material and decorations. This is a guide about making fabric Easter eggs.
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.
This cute little clay pot bunny will look great as part of your Easter decor and the candy only sweetens his appeal. This is a guide about making a clay pot Easter bunny candy dish.
Create a "chocolate" Easter bunny for decoration by recycling ceramic figurines. This is a guide about making faux chocolate bunnies.
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If you want to keep some eggshells white it might be a good idea to boil your eggshells so you don't get sick.
Start saving your eggshells now so you can make these before Easter!
By luv2craft from Normalville, PA
Approximate Time: 1 hour
By Marie from West Dundee, IL
Approximate Time: 30 minutes
By Sandy from Bluff City, TN
Start by pulling the layers of the napkins apart, usually two-ply. Cut up napkins into 4x4 inch squares. Layer your glue all over the outside rim of the hat, a good covering of glue. Place the napkins, print side up, in all different overlappings, until the entire brim is covered. Let this dry completely for a few hours.
While this is drying, you can be choosing what flowers you will decorate with. Decide what combination goes best, greens look very real. Silk baby's breath is nice to work with also. Cut the stems of each flower with only 3-4 inches of stem remaining.
When the hat is dry, go over the top of the napkins gently, using your finger tips, with another layer of glue until completely covered.
When this dries clear, the flowered napkins will show through beautifully. It leaves a lovely shine on the finish of the hat.
Now bend up one side only on the hat, bending it toward the round bump of the head of the hat, and staple it down in the center.
This gives you a pocket on each side of the hat to stuff with flowers.
Now, to decorate your hat, decide by practicing where all the flowers are to be. Then hot glue the stem of each flower individually, and stick it through the opening. Keep filling with flowers until your bonnet is filled to your desire.
The last thing I do, is measure the circumference of the head of the hat and cut a piece of ribbon and hot glue it around for the hat band.
Finally, make a bow, by just looping your ribbon over and over. When you're done, using thin wire, twist the wire around the center of the bow. Make sure you leave enough for the bow to trail. Cut each end of the trailing ribbon in a triangular fashion. Attach your bow to the middle of your bonnet. It makes a lovely Easter and spring decoration for your front door. Again, this sounds like a lot, but it takes as long for me to describe this as it does to actually make one! Enjoy!
~Happy spring to all~
By Jackie from Norton, MA
A cheery and easy wreath to welcome guests for Easter Sunday.
Blooming Bonnets. Last summer just after Easter I purchased a dozen little straw hats just the size for dolls from a sale rack. They were just drab straw colored so I decided to paint them.
A take home favor or place card holder. With a needle or other sharp tool break a small hole in both ends of an egg. Wiggle a toothpick around inside to break the yolk so it all will blow out clean.
Create a cute bunny windsock for your outside trees or porch to twirl in the breeze.
If you're looking for a fun craft that all the family can do at Easter, then why not try decorating some eggs with eggshell mosaic. All you need to do is to save some eggshells after cooking, paint them and break the segments into lots of little pieces to make your mosaic designs.
Easy way to decorate your grapevine wreaths for Easter are just to run a ribbon through it's vines and then just use plastic eggs and sandwich the ribbon between the egg and close.
This is a quick and easy project you can make using bits and pieces of items you probably already have around the house. You can finish several, as described below, and hang them on a tree, or....
This cute bunny bag can be used as a gift bag or table decor. Very inexpensive and easy to make! Fringe top of bag by making 2 inch long cuts about every 1/4 inch along top edge of flattened bag. Draw bunny teeth using black marker and white paper.
As Easter is a comin', I have something that I do to get in the bunny mood. I remove the string that connects the eggs and put small slits with a knife on one side of the egg; enough to slip on mini lites.
Here's a cute Easter decoration made from a little straw broom, a stuffed bunny, plastic eggs and flowers.
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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
I like to Easter decorations that are simple and beautiful. I bought these three solid decorative eggs at an after-Easter sale; the pots were very inexpensive at a craft store.
By Carrie from Yakima, WA