Who is ready for Easter? I know I am, NOT ready for Easter, lol. It comes too quick every single year, but there sure isn’t a whole lot we can do about it. It doesn’t matter whether I am ready or not, Easter is on its way and I need to get on the Easter craft, decorating and DIY fun wagon! Don’t you think? Typically, I am posting things two months in advance, but not this year. I have a few tricks up my sleeve, but I couldn’t help but share some of these fun Easter crafts, and super cool Easter decorating ideas with you. Most of the crafts are rather simple, and turn out really cool.
If Easter caught you by surprise this year, it’s totally okay you are not the only one, and lucky for us there are some pretty cool Easter crafts and decorating ideas out there for us to turn to for inspiration. I hope you enjoy these awesome Easter decorating ideas and crafts as much as we do!
Twelve Easter Craft, Decorating Ideas, and DIY Fun!
When I think of Easter one of the first things that comes to my mine is those darn little Peeps! Yes, they have always been part of my Easter, and I fell in love with this fabulous Easter decoration I found at The The Autocrat. Isn’t it a fun Easter decoration! It’s not only beautiful, but super tasty I am sure. You can see the directions for this Easter Peep Arrangement here.
I could not help but fall in love with this easy Easter Craft – Eggshell Candles! Great idea right! The are super easy to make, all you need is eggs, a bowl, pin, needle or something with a sharp point, your paint, tea light candles, egg cups, toilet paper, and sticks. See the full directions for these Eggshell Candles here.
Who said wreaths are only for Christmas! Who couldn’t fall in love with this Simple Spring Rag Wreath! It’s beautiful, perfect for Easter, but something you can leave up all spring. Get the directions for this Simple Spring Rag Wreath here.
Easter Candle Holder, what a great idea! If you are looking for a fun, beautiful way to add a little color to your table this Easter be sure to check out the Easter Candle Holder craft here.
Tell me this is not the cutest craft you have ever seen. It looks like loads of fun, I want to gather all my old pots and do this with my kids this weekend. Sure would make for a fun project, and some super cute Easter Decorations. See the entire post at Crafts by Amanda.
Check out this string Easter basket! It’s totally cool, and could really make a fun craft with the kids, or you could even have fun and make them a string Easter basket that they can keep forever. Either way it’s a great idea, not to hard, and looks fabulous. You can also customize it, and you can see the original post at Just My Experience.
I love this, it’s a super easy, and affordable way to decorate your house for Easter. It’s pretty self-explanatory, but be sure to swing by and check out this Easy Easter Décor Idea.
I love this Easter Garland Idea from Better Homes. If you are looking for a fun way to decorate your house with the kids, be sure and check out this Easter craft. I know my kids would love to make Easter Garland for our front window.
I am in love with this Simple Spring Centerpiece creation from Better Homes and Gardens. It’s so pretty, and you could really use it any place that needs a little color.
If you are looking for a Oh-so-cute Easter craft I am going to be you will love these Easter bunny bean bags, and the kids would probably love to help you make them. They are perfect for storing everything from Easter eggs to candy, they might even make a really cute thing you child can hand out to their friends at school. You could also customize them and make them as little or big as you like. Be sure to swing by Better Homes and Gardens for the full list of directions.
Is this not one of the cutest ideas you have ever seen! I need to work on my creativity becaseu I would ahve NEVER thought to use an umbrella, which I have plenty of for an awesome Easter decoration lol! LOVE IT, another fabulous Easter craft from Better Homes and Gardens.
These are the coolest thing EVER! Do it yourself Easter Décor Carrots! Yes, they are made using newspaper, tape and twine! Cool right, get the whole scoop over at The Creek Line House.
Which craft or Easter decor idea do you like best, or think will be most useful in your home?