While Easter isn’t as widely celebrated as Christmas in regards to the commercialization, it’s still a big holiday, especially in places where there are a lot of Christians. And while Easter is widely seen as a religious holiday to most Christians around the world since it denotes the resurrection of Christ, there are plenty of people who celebrate the holiday who aren’t religious at all. Not only that, but there are Christian groups who don’t observe the holiday either. For instance, the Puritans didn’t celebrate Easter and nor do the Quakers. Then there are Orthodox Christians and other Eastern sects who celebrate Easter at a later date since they go by a different liturgical calendar. While my family tends to celebrate Easter as a low key affair, there are plenty of people who go all out, not just including parents with kids. And retailers are happy to indulge, which you’d notice every time you go to a store. Not to mention, schoolchildren in the US usually have projects pertaining to Easter as well. Still, while there is a big market for Easter decorations, there are plenty of people who’d rather make their own. As I’ve seen on Pinterest in researching for this post, I have become well aware of it. But in blog posts, I can only show so much. Yes, there will be some religious content as well as bunnies, chicks, and other adorable stuff. So for your reading pleasure, I give you a treasure trove of Eater crafts to adore.
- Pardon me, but has anyone heard of an egg shelf?
It’s a shelf that’s shaped like an egg. And it’s all decked out for the spring for all your desires.
2. Bring the spirit of Easter into your home with this bunny wreath.
As Saint Patrick’s Day uses shamrocks and Valentine’s Day uses hearts, so shall Easter use bunnies. Still, I really like the bow on this.
3. As we all know, Easter is the time when birds hatch the next generation.
The birds may be fake as far as I can tell. But I’m not sure about the spring grass in the pails. Or is it moss?
4. If your kids love Easter, then they’ll adore these flower pot animals.
These consist of a lamb, chick, and bunny. Sure they could be made by kids and are so cute.
5. Grace your front door to celebrate the Resurrection with this cross of white flowers.
This is a lovely cross to put on one’s door. Not just on Easter, but also in spring and for funerals.
6. Stuffed Easter bunnies like these are always hard to resist.
I’m sure these would make great Easter toys whether for a small child or a dog. Depending on whether it has a squeaker.
7. If you love fuzzy chicks, these pom pom cuties are for you.
Yes, these are adorable and kids could make them. Come in a variety of colors.
8. No Easter home could ever be complete without these Easter egg candle holders.
The eggs are probably as wooden as the other parts. Nevertheless, I do love those colors.
9. If you love marshmallow peeps, you’re bound to adore these.
These are plush peeps which don’t make as much of a mess as their sugar coated marshmallow counterparts. And they’re just as adorable.
10. An Easter wreath always has to include flowers and colored eggs.
The flowers may be small and the eggs are of pastel colors. But all in all, it’s a beautiful wreath for any front door.
11. For Easter egg hunts, kids would sure find these crocheted bunny totes handy.
When I was a kid, I gathered eggs in plastic bags. They weren’t nearly as sturdy as these. Nor as charming.
12. If you have a lot of plastic eggs around, it doesn’t hurt to make a wreath out of them.
Plastic Easter eggs can always be recycled, especially after the kids have no need of them. Still, I think this one is so pretty.
13. Got any old wine bottles lying around, make a light out of it.
This bottle has a glittery purple bunny peep as well as donned with a polka dot ribbon and fake gems. Wonder what it looks like lighted up.
14. For a more rustic look to your home, these wooden Easter eggs are just the thing.
Come in pink, blue, and yellow as well as differing heights. Some are decorated and some are not.
15. What better way to celebrate Easter than to hang a bunny in a basket at your front door?
The bunny and the flowers aren’t real. But they’re sure lovely. Also, really like the bow.
16. For those aiming for simplicity, perhaps hang some carrots instead.
Of course, you wouldn’t be able to do these with real carrots. Because before long they’d either be rotted or eaten by critters. And you don’t have to take my word for it.
17. An Easter bouquet is never complete without jellybeans in the vase.
Well, any fake flower bouquet, that is. Still, not sure if any of these flowers would be blooming around Easter. Yet, they’re pretty.
18. Easter eggs don’t have to be Faberge to be bedazzled.
Not sure if these are real eggs or not. But either way, they sure are sparkly to behold.
19. A bouquet of peeps and flowers always make a fine Easter centerpiece.
Vase is also filled with jellybeans and marshmallow bunnies, which are candies better for decorating than eating. Also love the flowers.
20. For those who observe the liturgical seasons, these crosses are for you.
As a practicing Catholic, I’m aware what these colors mean. Purple denotes Lent, red denotes Holy Week, and white pertains to Easter.
21. Nothing can get more festive this Easter than this tree of ribbons.
It’s mostly purple deco mesh but with crazy polka dot ribbons. Not sure if it’s in my taste since it reminds me of something you’d see in Wonka’s factory.
22. Brighten up this Easter by gracing your house with this Easter egg block light.
Unlike other block lights, this one is turned on its side for the Easter stuff. Then again, not sure if it does the trick in this situation.
23. If you want a rustic mantle for Easter, this moss picture frame will suit you quite nicely.
Well, it has a picture of a rabbit as well as a bird’s nest in the corner. Also, I don’t think the moss is real. Well, it better not be real or that might be a problem.
24. Of course, you can’t go wrong with an Easter birdhouse.
However, I certainly don’t approve of using peanut M&M’s on such a project. That’s a waste of great chocolate and peanut candy. Best use jellybeans instead.
25. If you prefer a more nature looking wreath for Easter, look no further.
This one seems to have a more natural look in some ways. Except that the eggs are different sizes and colors. Most birds don’t lay eggs like that.
26. For those who want to be reminded of Jesus’s death and resurrection, this palm crown of thorns is just the thing.
However, if you want to make this, try to find some place where they do have palms besides your church on Palm Sunday. Because nobody likes a palm hog.
27. You can’t have a better Easter centerpiece on your table than a box of spring flowers.
This one consists of tulips, lilacs, and lilies. I suppose they’re not real because lilies and tulips don’t bloom around the same time.
28. A bird’s nest with flowers is sure to delight your Easter visitors.
This is more of an outdoor decoration as you can see. But it sure seems rather interesting to look at to make a great conversation piece.
29. Nothing brings the spirit of Easter like a bouquet of colored eggs.
This one has flowers and eggs. Yes, I’ve seen stuff like this from time to time. Yes, it defies what we know about eggs. But they’re probably fake so who cares.
30. If you don’t like bright colors and flowers, I suppose you’d adore this rustic Easter display.
This includes a leaping bunny, a bird’s nest, and a birdhouse. Guaranteed to make a nice centerpiece.
31. Children are sure to delight in this adorable crocheted chick family.
Wait a minute, chick family? Sure they’re cute. But the concept of a chick family doesn’t adhere to the basic rules of biology.
32. Those who aren’t fond of wreaths might enjoy this spring umbrella on their front door.
One side contains tulips while the other has blue eggs. And then there are some eggs with flowers on them.
33. Who knew you could have an Easter wreath for a ceiling lamp?
This is for a chandelier. How they managed to decorate that thing I have no idea. But it’s sure pretty.
34. This Easter bring the spirit to your home with this bunny block light.
Yes, I know bunnies don’t have block heads. But this one is adorable that you don’t even mind.
35. How about an Easter bunny in your basket?
I don’t mean a real one. I mean a crocheted basket with a bunny peeking from it. So cute that it’s bound to melt your heart.
36. Those who like string eggs might delight in a wreath like this.
I think you wrap some string dipped in glue around the egg. Not sure how you get the eggs out. Still, like the bow.
37. An bouquet of flower branches with Easter eggs is sure to delight anyone who sees it.
Some people do this as I found out on Pinterest. Not sure if those flowers are real or not. Sure to make a good centerpiece.
38. How about some wicker carrots for a wicker basket?
You could see how these carrots are wrapped with straw and aren’t exactly orange. Not sure what those green things are either to tell you the truth.
39. Didn’t know that the Easter Bunny carried eggs in a wheelbarrow.
Nor did I have any idea that his Easter eggs could be so huge. Then again, this was probably made on a large scale.
40. If you don’t like wreaths, feel free to grace your front door with this bunny hanging this Easter.
This bunny almost looks real even if it’s not. Still, love the purple deco mesh on this though.
41. If you’re not fond of bunnies, may I suggest you go with chicks instead?
The chicks may seem like yellow fluff balls but they’r cute. Also, love the flowers as well.
42. On Easter, it helps if you take bare branches and make them into multicolored pussy willows.
Not sure how someone made this thing. But I sure looks lovely nonetheless.
43. This setup will help kids understand the way of the cross.
I guess you move Jesus around as the Lenten season progresses by week until he hits red. That’s how I look at it.
44. For those who think Easter decorations are too old fashioned, this Easter egg wall hanging is for you.
At first, I thought this was a clock. Until I realized it wasn’t because I couldn’t find 2 distinct hands or symmetrical design.
45. Remember the meaning of Easter with this Calvary flower box.
As you know, Jesus was crucified on the cross yet would rise within 3 days, according to the Gospels. Still, I like how the flowers overtake them as life overtakes death.
46. Of course, you can’t celebrate Jesus’s triumph over death without a crown of thorns.
If you think a migraine is torture, wearing this makes it seem like nothing. Because the thorns dig into your head and cause bleeding. Hey, Easter isn’t all about bunnies, chicks, and colored eggs.
47. On an Easter egg wreath, you can’t go wrong with speckled eggs, pussy willow, and tulip bulbs.
This seems like what you’d see outside during Easter. At least when it’s in March.
48. On Easter, a bird’s nest always has to be surrounded by flowers.
No, I don’t think birds would be stupid enough to lay their eggs in someone’s flower garden. But this is very pretty.
49. Those who grew up with The Runaway Bunny might enjoy this Easter sampler.
The Runaway Bunny is a story about a little bunny that wants to run away. But its mother tells it that she will go after her baby no matter where it goes. It was a story from my childhood.
50. Make your home more festive for Easter with this Easter egg tree.
Kind of reminds me of something I’ve seen in Dr. Seuss. Still, it’s very colorful to say the least.
51. Nothing reminds you more of spring than a bird’s nest in an egg basket.
This looks quite simple and not as loud as some of the other decorations. Still, love the shade of blue on the eggs.
52. Sometimes gardens can’t grow unless someone has a watering can in their hand.
This one uses the same scheme as the umbrella hanging. But for some reason, I think this one is better.
53. I guess this one is what I consider an Easter forest.
I think this one was constructed for a restaurant or a hotel. Nevertheless, I wouldn’t recommend anyone do something like this at such a large scale.
54. Put the spring in Easter with these decorative jars.
These consist of a bunny, chick, and flower. And some of them have decor on the top as you see.
55. This bunny candy dispenser can store whatever delights you desire.
This is a perfect decoration for Easter, for obvious reasons. Still, wish I could get a better picture of this because the background is too dark.
56. Easter can’t be complete without this bunny wreath at your front door.
Hey, I had to include a bunny wreath somewhere in this post. Couldn’t do an Easter craft post without one.
57. Hang these wooden Easter tags and you won’t be forgotten by Peter Cottontail.
All you have to do is get tags like these and paint them with Easter stuff. Simple as that as far as I’m concerned.
58. Got any empty flower pots? Make bunnies out of them.
This is a family of bunnies made of flower pots and other attributes. And they’re all wearing the same straw hat as well as seem ready for the garden.
59. Nothing says Happy Easter like a colorful wreath of tulle.
Like a lot of craft projects I’ve shown, this one was made by a business on Etsy. Still, I do think it’s very cute and brightens any front door.
60. There’s nothing like a bouquet of flowers at your front door that capture the spirit of spring.
Yes, the flowers seem like they’re straight from a cemetery. But they’re still lovely in their own way. Also like how some of them are purple.
61. Decorate your Easter table with these Easter egg spreads.
I suppose these are more suited for a large living room or buffet table. Because they don’t seem long enough for the dining room.
62. Kids are sure to have fun coloring with these Easter Bunny crayons.
I suppose the mold for these crayons also does chocolate bunnies. Yet, these are certainly adorable in many different colors.
63. If you like peeps, then this is the wreath for you.
Yes, this is a peep wreath which is great for Easter. Better these peeps be used for decorating than eating. Because they’re disgusting and inedible.
64. This Easter wreath decoration has a little bit of everything.
This one has eggs, flowers, and other stuff. What else could you say. Nevertheless, makes a great Easter centerpiece.
65. Nothing brings the spring into Easter like a pussy willow nest.
Yes, I know you might giggle or cringe at the word “pussy willows.” But that’s what they’re called by many people. Seriously.
66. Celebrate the Resurrection with this empty tomb miniature garden.
This seems easy. Just requires some moss, sticks, rocks, and small flower port for the empty tomb.
67. This Easter don’t forget to welcome your peeps.
There’s always something about peeps that makes them quite endearing. That is despite how they’re inedible sugar marshmallows being sold as food.
68. Instead of putting flowers in a vase, use a bird’s nest instead.
Well, as long as the flowers are fake like these. Still, these are pretty if you ask me.
69. Grace your home this Easter with these wooden bunny dowels.
Sure they seem like they’re made from leftover wood in a garage. But these are so adorable beyond anyone’s imagination.
70. For your Easter table, you can’t go wrong with these crocheted Easter egg cloths.
Come in 4 different colors such as yellow, green, pink, and purple. Wonder if these are used as pot holders.
71. When it comes to egg bouquets, it helps that the Easter eggs are shiny.
Yes, I know it’s another Easter egg bouquet. But these eggs are shiny. Like the bow.
72. A potato masher is a nice place for little chicks.
Not sure who uses potato mashers these days to mash potatoes. But this is so adorable if you ask me.
73. If you love Easter flowers, then you’ll love a wreath like this.
I know sunflowers aren’t in season at the moment. But this doesn’t make the wreath like this less beautiful.
74. A wreath with a row of chicks is guaranteed to melt your heart.
And it helps that it’s shaped like a heart, too. Still, the row of perching chicks are so adorable.
75. Nothing makes a better spread on your Easter than a doily of Easter baskets.
And they seem to be of all kinds of colors and design. Nevertheless, it’s very pretty.
76. It’s not Easter until you hang an egg shaped Easter basket of flowers and eggs on your door.
This one even has moss in it and flowers on the handle. And the pink flowers are tied up with a pink polka dot bow.
77. An egg wreath is never complete without some ribbon decorations.
It helps that these plastic eggs have patterns. Nevertheless, I like the flower and ribbons on top.
78. Of course, you can’t celebrate Easter without hangin’ with your peeps.
As candies, marshmallow peeps are utterly inedible. But as decorations, they’re forever endearing. And I can’t help but love this.
79. Relish in the Resurrection this Easter with this purple deco mesh cross with lilies.
Now this is a lovely cross to hang on your front door. And it’s even better because it’s purple as well as has flowers.
80. Nothing makes a better Easter decoration than having flowers in eggshells.
Not sure how people managed to put the flowers in eggshells. Because they’re very delicate things and break very easily.
81. For a floral Easter centerpiece, it helps if you put a bunny smack dab in the middle.
Well, a bunny surrounded by eggs. Nevertheless, I think this would be perfect for any living room or dining room table centerpiece.
82. It’s not an Easter wreath unless it’s shaped like an egg with a bunny at the center.
Even without the bunny, this is an incredibly gorgeous floral wreath. Still, the bunny is so cute.
83. For young girls at Easter, it can’t hurt for them to have a tutu Easter basket.
I’m sure any little girl would be happy to have it. Hell, I would at that age because it’s purple with flowers.
84. If you’re a fan of Alice in Wonderland, this Easter wreath will suit you just fine.
This kind of reminds me of the white rabbit from Alice in Wonderland. He’s the one who’s always running late for a very important date.
85. Grace your home for Easter with this deco mesh tree.
Now this also reminds me of something you’d see from Dr. Seuss. Still, love how the tree is in so many different colors.
86. If you love butterflies, then it won’t hurt to have this Easter wreath on your front door.
Has a few flowers and a butterfly settling near the top. But I think this one is pretty, mostly because it’s purple.
87. For a nighttime Easter egg hunt, these glow in the dark eggs are just the thing.
I’m sure if you put candy in these, you’ll see it in these eggs. These would be better used as decoration.
88. A tiny girl can’t celebrate Easter without her special pair of bunny shoes.
And they’re for baby girls because they have bows on the bunny ears. Nevertheless, they’re so adorable that they’ll make your heart melt.
89. This Easter, you can’t go wrong with placing a sock bunny hanging on your front door.
This sure seems a rather inviting door hanging decor. And the purple bunny is so cute.
90. For a great outdoor Easter decoration, you can always use a large planter.
I’m sure the flowers are fake but they sure are vibrant and beautiful. And it has a bird nest in it, too, for blue.
91. It’s not a cozy Easter home until you have some of these sock bunnies.
Yes, these are sock bunnies like the sock snowmen I showed you around Christmas. And some of them even have clothes. So cute.
92. Bring in the spirit of Easter with this Easter egg tapestry.
There’s a pink one that’s just like this but it’s plainer and uses different colors. Yet, you have to love the hatching chick on this.
93. Moss covered Easter eggs could always use some flowers.
This seems like an interesting idea. And the purple pansies are tied with string. Great for any table large or small.
94. You’re not basking in the Easter season unless you’re carrying a bunny purse around.
Sure this might be more suited for a young girl than a young woman. But it’s a rather cute purse if you ask me. I wouldn’t mind having one.
95. This Easter wrap yourself up in this Easter egg quilt.
Not sure if I care about the green. But I really like the lovely eggs on these. So lovely.
96. Got some wine glasses you don’t use? Make some Easter candle holders out of them.
Now this is a clever idea. Still, I love the bows on these. And the flower on the center one.
97. For an Easter decoration, fill some old wine bottles with Easter grass and paint them.
This is another clever idea. And it seems they’re of all different sizes and colors. Love the purple one the best.
98. Eggshell flowers always do great over moss.
Again, not sure how the eggshell planting thing works. But I sure love these flowers.
99. Wish everyone a happy Easter and welcome spring with these blocks.
On one side, it says “Happy Easter.” On the other, it says “Welcome Spring.” They’re reversible.
100. You can make a great Easter display with a box of glass and wood.
The inside of this is filled with tiny decorated Easter eggs. The outside has a quality Easter bow and flowers.