Sweet bunny and chick marshmallow Peeps have become a favorite symbol for Easter. Dana Willard came up this clever tribute to bunny peeps, with a bunny peeps garland made from yellow or pink felt.
This barnyard brood is busy getting ready for the big Easter celebration. These adorable chicks are quick and easy to make for a holiday decoration or for a child's room.
Kids will happily "hop to it" when you invite them to create these cute holiday decorations. A great motivator when you need help setting the table.
Create a cute mosaic bunny to look just like a vintage Peter Rabbit. This is a fun project to make even though a lot is involved. You can bring it out every year to present to your guests. Use it as a centerpiece too.
Who doesn't love those cute marshmallow Peeps? These Tie Dye Easter Peeps are just like the candy, but calorie free! Instead, you can cuddle up with these easy Easter crafts! These pillows make great gifts and basket stuffers!
As we crafters prepare to celebrate Easter with paper baskets and painted eggs, many of us might wonder the history behind why we celebrate Easter Sunday. Learn about the holiday in this article and find Easter craft projects, Easter poems, songs and more
The religious aspects of the sacred Easter holiday have sprouted modern traditions like wearing Easter bonnets and creating Easter baskets for children.
Makeover a dollar store ceramic bunny with pink paint and glitter. This pretty pink bunny is perfect as an Easter bunny for spring decorating.
Soft wool, whimsical wire, and perky details make this little cheeper a keeper! Needlefelting on foam is easy to master and just perfect for cuddly characters.
This Easter bunny decided to become an artist and decorate his own eggs this year. Create this figurine as a table or room decoration, or put it in a child's Easter basket as a special surprise.