Easter is about new beginnings and renewal. After many people hibernated during winter, Easter is the first holiday of spring to celebrate with family and friends. It’s not easy to find activities for everyone, despite all the hype surrounding Easter dinner. While the Easter egg hunt might distract children, it’s not impossible to find entertainment for everyone. Why not do something different this year? Set up a craft table for DIY Easter crafts when guests arrive. You can use their skills to decorate your mantel or dining room table. These crafts will add springtime flair to any room. There are many Easter crafts, including mini-terrariums and shimmering Easter eggs. Find 60 ideas for Easter crafts that kids and adults will love to make.
DIY BUNNY ART, PAINTED EGG, AND TWINE CROTS
Although these three DIY Easter decorations may look expensive, they are actually quite easy to make at home. You can make a burlap bunny print that you can hang on your wall with just a few simple steps. It also makes a great gift for baby showers! You can also make a display for Easter with hand-painted eggs or twine-wrapped carrots.
SUGAR STRING EASTER BASKETS
Make an eggcellent Easter Basket that everyone will love to make. To make the egg shape, you will need lots of sugar and a balloon.
GEODE EASTER EGGS
Geode eggs can be displayed as a piece of art around your Easter dinner table.
FLOWER CROWN BUNNY STRING LIGHT GARLAND
You can make a string garland from recycled materials that you can hang over the table for an outdoor Easter dinner.
GEOMETRIC PAPER EASTER EGG
You don’t have to limit yourself to pastels and bunnies when crafting Easter crafts. It’s possible to create a bold, colorful piece of art for Easter.
GIANT EASTER BUNNY BALLOONS
Have your Easter fun with large-than-life balloon bunnies that you can hang from your ceiling or hide around your home.
DAFFODIL NAPKIN BOUQUET
For Easter dinner, place paper flowers on the table that double as name tags. To make your flowers pop, pair them with bold-colored napkins!
EMBROIDERY HOOP EASTER BUNNY
This Easter, turn your scrap fabric into beautiful wall art. You can mix and match patterns to create a unique look.
EGG CARTON DAFFODILS
You can create Easter flowers using egg cartons if you prefer a minimalist approach to the craft. However, you’ll need to double-check that they aren’t real when you realize it.
EASTER CACTUS BUNNIES
It’s a fun way to celebrate Easter in warmer climates. You can either group them together on the buffet or place them in a spot that needs color.
GREENERY EASTER BASK
It’s ideal for Easter egg hunts in the morning. At night, it doubles up as a centerpiece on the table with eggs.
EASTER EGG FLORER ART
This craft is inspired by nature and you can easily grab flowers from your yard to make it.
POM POM EGG
These adorable plush eggs are perfect for decorating the mantel or putting in an Easter basket. There are so many options.
EGG TOPIARY TREE
This beautiful craft is perfect for the centerpiece of the table, or as a welcome gift on the console. This piece is sure to make a statement wherever it’s displayed.
CONCRETE EASTER CANALE
You can create a modern Easter look by using concrete-covered egg-shaped candles. 10057.g.17051349[src
DIY BUNNY GOODIE BOGS
As a decor, place the bunny bags throughout the house. At the end of the evening, hand them out as cute goodie bags to your guests. This cute craft can be made with either brown or white bags.
SIGN FOR WOODEN BUNNY
This craft is for the handyman in your home. Use the leftover wood scraps to make something useful.
EGG STRING ART
This is a work of art that everyone can admire on Easter. You would be amazed at what you can do with just a few nails and strings.
PAINTED EGG WOOD SLICES
An Easter egg tree is a great way to start a new tradition. To celebrate spring, everyone can paint a piece of wood and hang it on a branch.
A bunch of bunnies is the best way to celebrate Easter. These adorable socks bunnies will add charm to your Easter home. You can even customize them to match your home’s color scheme!
SLICED PAPER CROPS
Are you ready to be creative with construction paper? Easy Peasy and Fun’s sliced paper carrots make a great Easter decoration. You can also string multiple carrots together to create an impressive garland.
CAKE STAND NEST
This blogger created a cute Easter nest using wooden eggs and a brush from her yard. It’s atop a cakestand and almost too adorable to describe.
EASTER EGG TERRARIUMS
These sweet springtime decorations are a great way to get in on the Terrarium craze. Don’t worry if you don’t have a green thumb; the flowers are plastic.
ORIGAMI BUNNY GARDENS
You can mix things up with a bold, bright origami garland this year. If you are a newbie to origami, don’t be afraid. These bunnies are easy to make.
These napkin rings are sure to impress your Easter brunch guests with their mini-nests, faux fern stems, and adorable designs.