Get crafty using something edible for this Easter holiday. Use this craft idea as your centerpiece for your Easter brunch. This is a great tutorial to put together.
In this collection of 16 free Easter cards, find just the right project to send your friends and family members a celebratory note. Popular themes in these free Easter cards include bunnies, eggs, flowers and chicks.
Use crepe paper in spring colors to create delicate egg cups. Place a hard-boiled egg inside and use as place cards for your Easter gathering. Write guests' names on the eggs with a fine-tipped marker.
Use dried, pressed flowers to decoupage eggs for Easter decorating. These make lovely Easter egg ornaments to hang all over the house.
Use just a single sheet of 12x12 cardstock to create a uniquely folded paper Easter basket, embellished with ribbons, paper shapes and embossing lines. Use these to give out Easter candy to friends, family members, or class members.
Perfect for spring time greetings or Easter festivities, the Jeepers Peepers card is easy to make in only 5 simple steps!
Oops, bunny fell into the basket looking for those last few Easter eggs. The fun surprise with this Easter decorating craft is that bunny is hiding an air freshener.
This Hoppy Easter Treat Bag is a great Easter treat bag for kids! Fill it with cookies, candy, or any other little sweets you'd like! Make one or both of these Easter treat bag examples. Kids of all ages will love them!
Learn how to dye your Easter eggs with fruits and vegetables using this easy Easter egg tutorial from Void Where Prohibited. Using natural foliage from your backyard you can create unique transfers to imprint on the Easter eggs for spring crafts.
Sponge painted eggs and pussy willow handle aren't the only surprise - treat guests to tasty sweets nestled in this centerpiece basket.