The Easter season is filled with all kinds of good things. Food, family, fun egg hunts, chocolate... But one of our favorite parts is the happy colors of spring and all the possibilities for decor touches that will add some life to your home. It's also a great time of year to get crafty and experiment with some new projects that both you and the kids can enjoy.
Take a look at these creative and fun Easter Craft Projects:
Easter Mason Jars
(Found on Pinterest via masonjarcraftslove.com)
Add a little rustic charm to your Easter home decor with these adorable painted mason jars that you'll enjoy for years to come. They can be used to hide Easter eggs and other goodies and make your home feel more festive and fun for Easter.
Pine Cone Bunny
(Found on Pinterest via firefliesandmudpies.com)
These little bunnies are a fun afternoon project for the kids and look absolutely adorable on shelves, table tops and in baskets. Anytime you can incorporate nature elements into your craft projects, they'll instantly become better somehow!
Gold Speckled Robin Eggs
(Found on Pinterest via honestlyyum.com)
These beautiful robin eggs are even more special because they are made with a natural dye made with red cabbage and are edible. Sounds crazy but it's true! They use edible metallic gold paint and hard boiled eggs. Your guests will be amazed that your decor doesn't just look pretty, but it can be eaten so it's not wasteful.
(Found on Pinterest via craftymorning.com)
These colorful cuties would be great to turn into fridge magnets for the Easter season. It's an easy craft for the kids and they are just plain fun to look at.
Carrot Treat Boxes That Grow Carrots
Take your Easter crafts to a new level using carrot seed paper! These sweet little boxes use a free printable template that you can print onto seed paper, cut out and fold up to fill with treats for the kids. After Easter has passed, they can plant the paper and learn a bit about gardening.
(Found on Pinterest via craftpassion.com)
This craft takes some sewing skills but it was too cute to not include it. It's the perfect project for pretty socks who have lost their mate because it only requires one sock per bunny.
(Found on Pinterest via everydaydishes.com)
Add a pop of color to your windows and get into the Easter spirit with these bright and fun Easter suncatchers. With easy to follow instructions and a printable template, this cool craft will be an easy one to enjoy with the kids.
Seed Paper Egg Shapes
This fun and colorful plantable egg shape can be used for decorations and games. Then after Easter is over you can spend some time with the kids planting the shapes to grow a garden of wildflowers.
Easter Egg Wall Art
(Found on Pinterest via kidsomania.com)
This craft project is one that you'll definitely want to frame and keep for many Easter celebrations to come. You can use your own creativity and color palette by selecting your favorite scrapbooking sheets and layering them to create one giant easter egg shape.