Easter Series – Crafting DIY Roundup

Hey bunnies!

Yeah I just called you all bunnies. I’m getting in the Easter spirit!

Every Thursday until Easter (which is only a couple weeks away!) I will do a feature on something Easter-y, and today it’s crafts! Easter crafts are just so fun with all the pastel colours, eggs, bunnies and chicks. So many cute things to make!
So let’s get crackin’ shall we?
Haha….okay yeah bad pun.

Martha Stewart: Glitter Eggs! I would decorate my house with these year round to be perfectly honest


Oh Joy!: Add a little punch of colour to your Easter with these neon Dip Dyed Eggs!


Modern Parents Messy Kids: Reuse those paint chips you’ve stashed away (come on we all have) with this enviro-smart easter egg garland


The CSI Project: Okay, you can’t deny that these make stupidly cute centrepieces. I know what I’m doing this weekend


PoppyTalk: Another upcycled project using cardboard cereal boxes and scrap fabric pieces for this bunting

Martha Stewart: Simple easter egg shell candle votives. And you don’t have to worry about cleaning out that soot and wax at the bottom like you do with a glass votive!

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Comment (5)

  1. how cute are those painted jars… love them!!!

  2. Oh, these are all so cute. I need to get my crafting butt into spring time gear!

  3. Those eggs from Oh Joy are just about the coolest thing. So, so pretty!

  4. Wavatar Stephanie Walters says:

    I saw you joined The Lovely Cupboard team and came to check out your site. You’ve got amazing ideas. I especially love the white bunnies on mason jars and glitter eggs. I wish I had kids to use the “follow the tracks” door hanger (I don’t think I can convince my husband to play along). I look forward to reading more of your blog.

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