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The Great Big Easter Craft Round-Up

Easter craft ideas
There are only ten days until Easter so if you’re wanting to add some festive bits of cheer around your home, it’s time to get crafting. Take a look at some of these awesome Easter craft projects from around the web and then grab your keys because you’ll want to be headed to Hobby Lobby.


  • Hidden Message 1 of 25
    Hidden Message
    When you crack this open, a hidden message waits inside. It's like an Easter fortune cookie.
    Click here for the tutorial on Poppytalk
  • Tissue Craft Boxes 2 of 25
    Tissue Craft Boxes
    Place these on the table for decoration or fill them with treats for a take home gift.
    Click here for the tutorial from Woman's Day
  • Bunny Macarons 3 of 25
    Bunny Macarons
    I've heard macarons are a bit hard to make but these are so cute I might have to give it a shot.
    Click here for the tutorial from Raspberri Cupcakes
  • Dipped Wooden Eggs 4 of 25
    Dipped Wooden Eggs
    This is one I'm definitely going to try.
    Click here for the tutorial from 6.5 ST
  • Easter Egg Pinatas 5 of 25
    Easter Egg Pinatas
    Maybe instead of a hunt, you can bust open a pinata of candy instead.
    Click here for the tutorial from Woman's Day
  • Knitted Nest 6 of 25
    Knitted Nest
    If you're a knitter, this one is for you. Make me one while you're at it.
    Click here for the tutorial from Purl Bee
  • Easter Egg Banner 7 of 25
    Easter Egg Banner
    I really like how these eggs pop-up from the banner.
    Click here for the tutorial on Creations by Kara
  • Paper Bag Easter Baskets 8 of 25
    Paper Bag Easter Baskets
    I love the simple look of this woven basket plus it's eco-friendly.
    Click here for the tutorial from Ellinee
  • Printable Bunny Ears 9 of 25
    Printable Bunny Ears
    I can't wait to force my children to wear cutesy things like this.
    Click here for the printable from Ellinee
  • Paint Chip Easter Eggs 10 of 25
    Paint Chip Easter Eggs
    One of the best parts about this garland is it's practically free with a little trip to the paint department.
    Click here for the tutorial from Modern Parents Messy Kids
  • Bright Eggs 11 of 25
    Bright Eggs
    For more brilliant color, you can dye your egg shells with Rit Dye. Just don't eat them afterwards.
    Click here for the tutorial on Family Circle
  • Easter Egg Place Cards 12 of 25
    Easter Egg Place Cards
    I'm not sure my handwriting is good enough to recreate this but they're so pretty for an Easter brunch.
    Click here for the tutorial from Brittany on Brooklyn Bride
  • Candy Bags 13 of 25
    Candy Bags
    I love the idea of stamping little paper bags to fill with candy for your brunch guests to take home.
    Click here for more photos at The Sweetest Occasion
  • Easter Egg Garland 14 of 25
    Easter Egg Garland
    For this garland they used actual eggs. I love the bright colors they dyed the eggs.
    Click here for the tutorial from Skip to My Lou
  • Paper Mache Eggs 15 of 25
    Paper Mache Eggs
    So much prettier than those cheap plastic eggs and a fun surprise every time you pull one open.
    Click here for the tutorial from Not Martha
  • Washi Tape Stickers 16 of 25
    Washi Tape Stickers
    Make fun stickers from patterned tape to customize all your paper goods.
    Click here for the tutorial from Creature Comforts
  • Mini Easter Baskets 17 of 25
    Mini Easter Baskets
    Not thrilled with the look of your basket? Customize it with colorful fringe.
    Click here for the tutorial from Studio DIY
  • Candy Centerpieces 18 of 25
    Candy Centerpieces
    I can't guarantee these won't be all eaten before you actually sit down for dinner.
    Click here for the tutorial from Martha Stewart
  • Crepe Paper Carrots 19 of 25
    Crepe Paper Carrots
    Set out a little snack for the Easter bunny.
    Click here for the tutorial from Martha Stewart
  • Chocolate Surprise Eggs 20 of 25
    Chocolate Surprise Eggs
    Now that's my kind of surprise - chocolate!
    Click here for the tutorial from Not Martha
  • Origami Bunnies 21 of 25
    Origami Bunnies
    I'm a sucker for origami projects and this one is perfect. I love the little added touch of the tail.
    Click here for the tutorial from Danyelle on Hello Bee
  • Easter Egg Hunt Bags 22 of 25
    Easter Egg Hunt Bags
    This is so much cuter than the plastic baskets. Now I want to go on an Easter egg hunt!
    Click here for the tutorial from Purl Bee
  • Easter Egg Cards 23 of 25
    Easter Egg Cards
    This pretty marbled effect was created with paint and shaving cream.
    Click here for the tutorial from Little Wonders' Days
  • Spring Napkins 24 of 25
    Spring Napkins
    I'm not sure I've ever seen a cheerier set of napkins.
    Click here for the tutorial from Purl Bee
  • Fabric Bunting 25 of 25
    Fabric Bunting
    The fabric chosen and stitching on this bunting make it so sweet.
    Click here for the tutorial on Poppytalk

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