I’ve been browsing Easter projects a lot on Pinterest, and like everyone else and their brother, I’ve started an Easter board. I really love some of the projects I’ve spotted, and am particularly pleased at how modern the ideas are this year. For example, these CMYK eggs are completely awesome. Don’t you think? I’ve compiled a collection of my favorite Easter craft projects for 2012, and I think you will enjoy them as well. Click through the jump to see more!
Silk Dyed 1 of 13It's easy to dye eggs with silk - wrap the eggs, add vinegar and boil.
Learn how to do it at Dabbled
Vintage Bunny 2 of 13This sweet little rabbit pin was made by hand sewing felt with embroidery thread.
Get the pattern at Wild Olive
Peeps Shirt 3 of 13Create patches for the front of shirts by stenciling with these easy-to-use templates.
Get the stencils at Craft Buds
Mason Jars 4 of 13These painted mason jars make the perfect planters, and the bunnies are the cutest vinyl stickers ever
See how it was done at The CSI Project
Music Box 5 of 13Turn paper mache shapes into an Easter music box - this is so ingenious, and easier than you think.
Find the step-by-step at Matsutake
Bunny Garland 6 of 13All you need is a banner and some string to make this garland. If you don't have a sewing machine, just tape string to the back of the shapes.
Get the template at Titatoni
Yarn Eggs 7 of 13It's easy to create these yarn eggs with Mod Podge and balloons - and they include a surprise inside.
Find the how-to at Simply Modern Mom
Subway Art 8 of 13This art piece is easy to make with paint, vinyl and an old board.
See how it was made at Tatertots and Jello
Peep Softie 9 of 13This little Peep pal is so easy to sew, and makes a great keychain.
Get the pattern at Michael Ann Made
Striped Bag 10 of 13Whip up this bags quickly by sewing small bits of wool felt.
Find the how-to at PurlBee
Embroidered Eggs 11 of 13You will need a steady hand and a Dremel tool to make this Easter display.
Get the complete how-to at Design*Sponge
Paint Chips 12 of 13So easy to make with a collection of leftover paint chips.
Learn how it was done at The Coterie Blog
Carrot Runner 13 of 13This quilted carrot runner looks cool with seven assorted fabrics - you can easily use scraps.
Get the instructions at Better Homes and Gardens
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