It’s those small, extra touches that make family gatherings special. From a favorite dish to a sweet dessert, creating something with your family is what builds traditions. Sit down this Easter and craft something up with the family! From Easter decorations, table settings or a simple Easter wreath on the front door, even a small Easter craft project with the family will help bring some special bonding time to the holiday.
Take a look at some of these easy DIY Easter projects we rounded up. We love how adorable these turned out and that Easter Bunny Bark is calling our names!
Easy Easter Projects for the Family
A slice of wood and some buttons from the craft store are all you need to create this super cute Button Easter Egg. Add a ribbon to hang it on the front door (a protected area) or place it on a small stand to display on the buffet table. Either way, it will add a pop of spring colors to your home in minutes.
Who doesn’t love a FREE printable? These treat bag toppers for Bunny Tail Favors are super cute and quick to make. Just pop some powdered sugar donut holes into a treat bag and pop this free Easter printable on top for an adorable party favor.
Imagine Easter bunnies and flowers down the center of your holiday table. Now imagine creating it yourself in almost no time at all – what a great Easter idea! These DIY Recycled Easter Bunny Vases are just the ticket for decorating on a budget.
Do you have a family of adults that still would like an Easter Basket or Easter treat? They are sure to love these Springtime Marshmallow Wands. Stack, dip, decorate and repeat.
Looking for something for the little people to do while dinner is cooking? This Easter Bunny Paper Plate Craft might just be what you are looking for.
Are you the kind of mama who isn’t afraid of a mess? Shaving Cream Painted Easter Eggs are super gorgeous and your kiddos will have a blast making them.
This Pastel Flower Bouquet with Eggs is deceptively simple to make. Place a clear drinking glass or thin vase in the center of a large-mouth jar or canister, and stack eggs between the glass and the jar. Fill the glass with water and arrange flowers. Easy peasy!
Who says the kids get all of the candy? Not us! This quick Easter Bunny Bark is a great treat for the adults in your world. But you know, make enough for the kids too. Just in case.
Finally! A project that uses up the plastic Easter eggs. Plastic Easter Egg Flowers are so easy to make you’ll want to make a whole bouquet. And why not, it keeps them out of the landfill!
Here is another fun project for the little people. This Paper Plate Easter Bunny Craft will have them hopping around pretending to be bunnies and wearing themselves out. You know, so you can enjoy that Easter Bunny Bark above in peace.
And finally, a Wine Cork Sheep Craft. Have the pieces of the sheep cut out ahead of time and let the kids go to town stamping the sheep wool. The bonus here, of course, is that you get to drink wine so you can use the corks!
Those are just a few of the great ideas we’ve seen. Which ones are you going to try with your family? Tell us in the comments or share your finished projects on our Facebook page!