Get Crafty with these Easy Easter DIYs

Spring is in full swing and the Easter egg hunt season has officially begun! While spending time outdoors with the little ones can be loads of fun, there are plenty of ways to get creative indoors. Gather your crafting scissors and pots of paint, and check out these Easter-iffic DIYs that will turn your home into a magical Easter burrow.

The thrill of discovering hidden Easter eggs can be addictive – there’s so much mystery involved in the hunt! But this season holds more than intriguing clues and elaborately painted eggs, it’s also time for a bit of problem-solving. Draw inspiration from Home Bound but Hopeful and create a your own bunny tangram puzzles that will encourage growing kids to persevere through challenges. Once they complete the puzzle, frame their masterpiece on your mantelpiece to remind them of their achievement.

Give your home a little rustic charm by creating this adorable Easter bunny by The Southern Couture. You’ll only need a bit of twine to give this bunny a classic farmhouse look, with a dash of moss for a natural effect. Place it on your kitchen counter and you’ll always have company as you whip up the day’s hearty meals.

 

Displaying gorgeous fresh blooms are a must this season, as they bring a new level of cheerfulness to your space. Add pops of color around your home by infusing beautiful bouquets with these playful DIY Easter egg decor by Brit + Co. What’s more, they make an impressive centerpiece for your Easter tablescape, glowing with vibrancy.

 

 

Pastel is in this spring so sprinkle some fun into your kids’ dinnerware with these easy printed bowls for Easter. Craftberrybush came up with the lovely idea of dabbing paint to ceramics to create unique bowls fit for the season. An activity for the kids and the young at heart, these bowls will have you constantly looking forward to your breakfast cereal.

Anticipating plenty of guests this Easter? Why not create the perfect Easter-themed place card holders that will make your friends and family feel extra special on your annual gathering. We love these textured clay eggs by Sugar and Cloth because they’re extremely easy to make. You can paint them in a variety of rich colors, and add faceted sides to give off a modern vibe.

 

We’re all about creating the perfect Easter tablescape for that much awaited brunch with friends and family. Instead of buying a brand new table runner, why not make your own Easter-themed runner with a personal touch? We recommend drawing inspiration from The Handmade Home’s DIY table runner made out of colorful tissue paper. No need to worry about spills and messes because this table runner is not only easy on the pockets, it’s simple to make too.

 

Warm up your kitchen by adding a decorative spring board you can easily make. Tried and True Blog gives us the lowdown on how to create an adorable bunny-themed bread board that’ll keep you feeling inspired throughout the day. To make it more functional, you can even attach a mason jar to hold your fresh plants, or maybe even a notepad for when you need to write things down in your kitchen command centre.

What are you waiting for? Get crafting! Let us know which DIY inspires you the most in the comments below.

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