Easter arts and crafts projects make the holiday so much more fun and festive. Whether you want to set up a crafts table at an Easter party or create some DIY decor in advance, these simple crafts won't let you down—they'll add a springtime touch to any room in the house, and are so easy to create. From glimmering Easter eggs to mini-terrariums, there's an Easter craft idea for everyone here.
Bronze spray paint and small blooms come together in this totally luxe-looking Easter DIY.
What you'll need: bronze spray paint ($7, )
Using wooden eggs and brush from her front yard, this blogger assembled a little Easter nest atop a cake stand and it's almost too cute for words.
What you'll need: wooden eggs ($7, ), paint ($4, ), craft nest ($4, ).
These pastel soaps may look sweet, but you won't want to eat these bunnies!
What you'll need: bunny mold ($8, ), soap base ($12, ), soap colorant ($5, )
Succulents work for all seasons, spring included. These spray-painted planters hold an assortment for extra color and the little bunnies are perfect for Easter.
What you'll need: gold paint, $4 () and succulents, $30 for 12 ()
Get in on the terrarium craze with these sweet springtime DIY decorations. And if you don't exactly have a green thumb, don't worry — the flowers are plastic.
What you'll need: clear plastic eggs ($12, ), moss ($3, )
This modern-looking bunny is made with everyone's favorite childhood crafting material: popsicle sticks.
What you'll need: popsicle sticks ($7, )
Tulips in a Galvanized TubInstead of the usual glass vase, go big by planting or hyacinths in a .
What you'll need: galvanized tub, $30 () and tulip bulbs, $13 for 12 ()
Those dyed Easter eggs get a second life as elegant tealight holders in this crafty DIY.
What you'll need: dyed eggs, tealight candles ($13, ), ceramic egg crate ($8, )
These pastel "feathers" are actually made of scrapbook paper and hung on branches for a festive decoration.
What you'll need: scrapbook paper ($15, )
Paint a collection of masonin bright pastel shades that are perfect for springtime blooms.
What you'll need: mason jars ($7, ), acrylic paint ($11, )
Carrots aren't just finger food — place the veggies in a along with for an extra pop of color.
What you'll need: Fresh flowers and stemmed vase, $32 ()
Mix things up this year with a bold and bright origami garland. Don't be too intimidated if you're an origami newbie, those bunnies are actually pretty easy to make!
What you'll need: origami paper ($13, ), white pom-poms ($6, )
Put that Easter candy to use as a cute garden-inspired tabletop decoration.
What you'll need: small terra cotta pots ($17, ), jelly beans ($11 for two pounds, ), moss ($5, )
Your Easter brunch guests will go crazy for these napkin rings, with mini-nests and faux fern stems.
What you'll need: wood napkin rings ($5, ), mini nests with eggs ($13, ), artificial stems ($20, )
A coat of on gives the dollar store buy an expensive-looking upgrade.
What you'll need: stone paint, $8 and plastic eggs,$7 for 50
This cute DIY craft is perfect if you've got kids who want to help decorate for Easter. Just use the printable template, and a fork to make the pom-poms.
What you'll need: scrapbook paper ($15, ), yarn ($5, )
This clever table display brings to mind the phrase "spring has sprung."
What you'll need: wire ($8,), gold leaf paint ($5,)
Make your own custom wreath with just an egg garland and a grapevine frame. Intertwine the two and show off your new decoration.
What you'll need: grapevine wreath, $6, () and egg garland $30, ()
These cute little carrots are filled with a exfoliating sugar scrub, making them the perfect thing to send your gal pals home with after Easter brunch.
What you'll need: sugar, olive oil, essential oils ($8, ), food coloring ($3, )
Texture is the name of the game in this craft, which uses burlap, lace and ribbon.
What you'll need: burlap canvas ($10, ), lace ($5, )
These cheerful, vividly colored salt dough ornaments are a simple way to add some Easter spirit to your home, or make sweet keepsakes for friends and family.
What you'll need: acrylic paint ($11, ), twine ($5, )
It doesn't get much easier than this: A couple of old wooden spoons, some felt, and paint, and you've got two cute bunny decorations.
What you'll need: felt ($6, )
Feather silhouettes on an otherwise plain egg wreath offer a new take on traditional Easter decor.
What you'll need: wooden eggs ($7, ), feathers ($9, )
Trust us, you'll want to put all your eggs in one basket when it's this gorgeous.
What you'll need: artificial flowers ($9, ), Easter basket ($12, )
These adorable tea towels with burlap detailing are a cute way to add some Easter cheer to your kitchen without getting too crazy.
What you'll need: flour sack towels ($10, ), burlap ribbon ($5, ), textile paint ($11, )
You don't have to believe in the Easter bunny to love these rabbit ears. Add a pair of wire hangers to a round wreath form, and the cutesy silhouette begins to take shape.
What you'll need: wreath form ($12, ), white chunky yarn ($5, )
Dress up your plain white and brown eggs with a little bit of wire, fashioned into rabbit-inspired tiaras.
What you'll need: crafting wire ($6, )
Washi tape crafts are an easy way to add some color to your home. When it comes to these cute little eggs, the possibilities are endless: hang them from a garland or stick them in a frame, it's up to you.
What you'll need: washi tape ($7, ), construction paper ($6, )
This adorable wreath couldn't be easier to make. Just grab some seasonal paper and you're good to go.
What you'll need: scrapbook paper ($15, )
This easy and colorful DIY art piece is as cute as a...well, you know.
What you'll need: buttons ($4, )