A Completely DIY Easter Party

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If you’re like me, you might be a little hesitant about hosting an Easter party for your friends or family.  It just seems like it would require a lot of time, effort and money to plan everything all out.  But if you use your crafting skills and a little imagination, you can create a one-of-a-kind Easter party without having to spend a lot of time running errands and without breaking the bank.  Plus, parties are a lot more fun when they are full of personal touches, don’t you think?

If you want to create a completely DIY Easter party, we have some suggestions for invitations, decorations, party favors and, of course, Easter eggs and Easter baskets that you’re sure to love.  Once you’ve made everything and the party gets started, you’ll be impressed by how all of your homemade Easter crafts come together to create a festive atmosphere.  Your guests are sure to love all of the personal touches at your party and will certainly be impressed that you did it all yourself!

Don’t forget to take pictures, because with all of your cute homemade Easter creations, you’re going to want to remember this party!

Party Invitations:

Party invitations set the tone for the whole event, so you want to make sure that your invites are festive and embrace the season.  I love these three Easter card ideas because they’re all so unique.  Depending on what type of party you’re hosting, you can choose a more formal invitation or something cute and fun!

Easy Easter Egg Card

Jeepers Peepers Greeting Card

Rainbow Glitter Easter Egg Card


The key to any successful party is plenty of decorations.  But instead of making traditional flower centerpieces and ordinary wall decorations, why not try something a bit more creative, like this centerpiece that turns chocolate Easter eggs into tulip bulbs?  I also love this adorable Sock Bunny because it upcycles your old clothes into a floppy-eared centerpiece!

Yummy Easter Blooms

Easter Egg Window Clings

Sock Bunny

Table Toppers:

Let’s be honest:  People spend most of their time at parties gathered around a table and for good reason… that’s where the food is!  So while people are snacking on delicious Easter treats, give them something cool to look at by making an awesome Easter centerpiece or a colorful Easter egg table runner.

Colorful Easter Placecard Holders

Easter Table Set

Colorful Easter Table Centerpiece

Party Favors:

Make sure your guests will remember your party by giving them a handmade Easter craft to take home!  These are three of my favorite ideas of creative Easter party favors that will make your shindig one to remember:

Easter Table Favor Cups

Mini Cupcake Easter Baskets

3D Easter Bag

Easter Egg Hunt:

What’s an Easter party without some fun and games?  With these awesome Easter egg decorating ideas and this easy Easter basket tutorial, your Easter egg hunt will be the best one on the block!  Go ahead, make your neighbors jealous!

Tisket Tasket Easter Basket

Glittered Easter Eggs

Wild Misted Easter Eggs

I’m curious:  What are your favorite homemade Easter party crafts?

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  1. Kae says

    String Easter Egg: Blow up an ovoid baloon. Wrap with plastic wrap. Dip lengths of crochet cotton in Spring colors into diluted school glue which will dry clear. Wrap crochet cotton randomlly, lenthwise, widthwise, diagonally, crisscrossing. Do not completely cover balloon, but leave the egg see-through. When dry, pop the balloon and remove along with the plastic wrap, peeling them away from the string egg shape. One end can be cut out. Inside the egg, put Easter grass, decorated eggs and fluffy toy chicks.

  2. Cedric Bruin says

    There are some intriguing points in this article but I don�t know if I grasp all of them. There is some validity but I will hold opinion until I look into it further. Good article , thanks and we want more! Added to FeedBurner as well.

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