Even though Easter’s getting closer and closer, to me it seems like it just can’t get here soon enough! It’s one of my favorite holidays and I can’t wait to celebrate with my whole family this year.
But just because we haven’t flipped the calendar to April yet doesn’t mean you can’t start enjoying some Easter festivities right now.
Since I can’t stop thinking about the holiday, I decided I’d collect a bunch of my favorite Easter crafts and guess what? Before I knew it I’d gathered 60 projects. That’s a lot of Easter crafting! But I love it, so I’m not going to complain
Anyway, in case you’re like me and are itching to start your Easter celebrations ASAP, here are my top Easter craft picks including egg decorating ideas, basket crafts and some fun decorations made from recycled materials! Check it out:
I think these Retro Fabric Easter Eggs are so fun and festive, and totally unique! I’ve never seen anything quite like them. You can either buy fabric specifically for this project or you can just use up scraps you have around the house! The best part about fabric eggs is once you make them they’re there to stay. No need to create new egg decorations every year: just pull these out of the attic or basement and your decorating is done!
When I first saw this Floppy Eared Bunny Basket I think I may have let out a little squeal of joy. It’s just so darn cute! Of course my first thought was: this has gotta be hard to make. But I was totally wrong! Not only is this basket pretty simple to stitch together, it also costs less than 5 bucks to make. Don’t believe me? Just check out the tutorial and you’ll see why I’ve fallen in love with this Easter basket idea!
If you think about it, Easter isn’t exactly the most eco-friendly holiday, what with all the candy wrappers, plastic store-bought baskets and whatnot. But there are actually several ways you can craft for Easter without adding to the unnecessary waster. This little Egg Carton Chick is a perfect example. Instead of just tossing those Styrofoam cartons once you’re done decorating your eggs, use the packaging to create fun Easter decorations for your table. You can also make a bunny version and create a whole gaggle of Easter animals! Older kids can get in on the fun too since this is a relatively easy craft project.
And it just wouldn’t be Easter if I didn’t share a cute egg cozy idea. This family of chick egg cozies has to be one of the most adorable ways you can possibly protect your eggs. I can’t get over how each little chick has a different style hat. This Easter crochet pattern is just so ridiculously cute.
So are you even more pumped for Easter now? So am I!
To see the rest of my Easter picks, just check out the collection pages below:
And finally this super helpful eBook that you can download and print out for free. It’s called How to Make Easter Crafts: 7 Cute Easter Craft Projects and you can get it for free here.
So tell me: What are YOU making for Easter this year?