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.
This pre-assembled birdhouse makes a fun and easy project for Easter home decorating. Colorful Easter eggs make this birdhouse really stand out. Put it outdoors as a real home for feathered friends or keep it indoors as a cute centerpiece.
Create a whimsical plate for Easter or spring with central chicks and corn kernels. This colorful plate is easy to paint with the included template.
Use a simple sponge to create cute baby chick puff balls on a baby onesie. This painted onesie is cute for Easter or anytime.
A simply elegant project, using real blown eggs, plastic eggs or wooden eggs. For this project, we used both wooden hen and goose-sized eggs.
Use your old socks to create an Easter decoration. This is a great craft for you to do yourself. The kids will love seeing this. Have these up at your next Easter gathering.
Add glitter and dimension to a boring Easter basket with layered, paper flowers coated in extreme glitter. You can also bring color to a solid Easter basket with this technique.
For a cute variation on traditional painted Easter eggs, paint one to look like a little baby chick with a bit of glitter.
Combine your favorite scrapbook papers and ribbons to create these colorful eggs. A base of STYROFOAM brand foam ensures that these eggs are "keepers".
These Dressed Up Easter Eggs are such a cute table decoration for your Easter gathering! This edible Easter craft is easy to make and fun for crafters of all ages! Add some character to those little chocolate eggs!