Get the look of vintage Easter decor with this simple Altered Easter Egg tutorial. By taking an old metal egg and transforming it, you can have a beautiful gift or decoration that's perfect for the spring.
It's so easy to make these beautiful dragonfly eggs. All you need is a craft punch, STYROFOAM Brand Foam, and acrylic finishes. In no time you will be able to create an artistic treasure for your home or Easter basket.
Cardstock, ribbon and a cartridge allow you to make this adorable Easter basket. You can hold all your Easter eggs and little candies in here. It can also be used as a home decor piece.
You can easily make these Natural Looking Colored Eggs with paint from Krylon. The best thing about this project is that you can customize the eggs to look however you'd like. Painted Easter eggs were never so easy and fun!
Perfect for spring time greetings or Easter festivities, the Jeepers Peepers card is easy to make in only 5 simple steps!
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.
Create a whimsical parade of Easter bunnies and chicks with the help of terra cotta pots in various sizes. Place along the fireplace mantel for cute Easter decoration.
Now here is a new way to decorate your Easter eggs. Tattoo them! They are so cute and easy to make and they will last forever. You can hang them, display them or even give them as a gift.
Make a reusable Easter bag that stuffs into its own carrot pocket for easy storage. This reusable Easter bag is made from bed sheets and is a great alternative to purchasing plastic bags or baskets this Easter.
Use a simple sponge to create cute baby chick puff balls on a baby onesie. This painted onesie is cute for Easter or anytime.