10 Easter DIYs Your Whole Family Will Love!
My daughter has been talking about Easter since… well… last Easter. It’s her favourite holiday and on our way to have a reading date at our favourite cafe over the weekend, she spotted some chocolate eggs at the chocolatier near our house. Her face lit up and she was SO EXCITED, singing Easter, Easter, Easter! at the top of her lungs as she skipped down the street. It was adorable — and reminded me that Easter is pretty early this year, so I ought to get planning!
If you’re starting to get into the Easter frame of mind, feel free to get a head start with some of these fun Easter DIYs! Pin your favourites and get crafty!
I love the sweet face that’s painted on these adorable clay bunny bowl. These would make great gifts and they’d make a great ring bowl or change dish too. Or just for decor, of course. (via Alice & Lois)
Hanging ornaments aren’t just for Christmas! Move over Frosty, these salt dough ornaments are all about the eggs. (via Design Mom)
Take some of those old baby food jars that are rattling around in your recycling bin and turn them into cute bunnies for Easter! I’m picturing a whole bookcase of bunnies. You could also fill them with treats and give them as gifts. (via Make Life Lovely)
Pom pom bunnies? Yes please! I want to make a whole family of these fluffy little guys! I can picture them in a whole bunch of different colours! (via Fab DIY)
Give a pop of colour to your home with this cool garland made with string eggs! This messy craft would be so much fun to make with kids! (via Crafty Endeavor)
Surprise your kids with this cool DIY Easter Bunny beanbag toss game! Simple to make, you’ll get a ton of fun out of this toy, days after the egg hunt is over! (via Pink Stripey Socks)
Would your kiddos be excited to eat from their very own bunny plates? (via Ishtar Olivera)
I adore the way tulip bulbs, or any bulbs, look in a glass vase. This simple DIY takes things up a notch with old book pages and other vintage elements. Just beautiful! (via Just A Little Vintage)
I love wreaths for all seasons, and this scrap wreath is the perfect way to use all your leftover bits of fabric from other projects. Waste not! (via The Magic Of Ordinary Things)
Love embroidery? You’ve got to check out this super cute peeps stitch work. Too cool for school. (via Flamingo Toes)