Now it’s on to the Easter craft projects. Last year I did a post like this which received a wonderful reception so I decided to do another. Nevertheless, people love to decorate their homes on Easter with springy adornments like flowers and birds. But you’ll also find a lot of colored eggs, chicks, ducks, sheep, and bunnies. In some religious homes, you might see crosses since it denotes Jesus’s crucifixion and resurrection and perhaps a lamb to denote him Lamb of God. Anyway, above you’ll see a spring flower egg shaped wreath with a birdhouse along with two urns filled with matching flowers and colored eggs made from paper. So you get the idea. Yet, while you might see plenty of Easter crafts made by children at school, those made by adults can be used year after year. So for your reading pleasure, I give you another treasure trove of Easter craft projects.
- A quilted egg mat is a must have on any Easter table.
Helps you can use strips of cloth of different patterns in the process. Or even ones in order to create a pattern of your own.
2. A coin covered cross is always paid in full.
A great decoration to make with all the worthless currency you have hanging around. Though don’t ask Jesus to change any of these into gold.
3. An Easter wreath should always be decked in eggs.
I’ve put up plastic egg wreaths before in last year’s Easter craft post. But this one has its own unique style.
4. A nest filled with grass and eggs always marks the start of spring.
Though I think most of the foliage here is fake. But at least it inspires you to spring into action.
5. With pussy willows and color eggs, this is an Easter scene to remember.
Yes, I know I often call these stems pussy willows. But that’s how I was brought up to call them. Anyway, love the butterflies and eggs.
6. Yarn carrots are great for drawing the Easter Bunny.
Okay, these aren’t real nor are the edible. But you can use them for any Easter decoration you please or put them in a basket.
7. Nothing warms your heart like a mother and baby bunny wreath on your front door.
Helps that they both have flowers in their ears and bows on their necks. Like how the baby has other flowers on its body, too.
8. An Easter Bunny should sit on some ivy and colored eggs.
Well, on top of an old pillar anyway. Nevertheless, it’s a great decoration to put in the corner or near your front door.
9. Small glass stones are always great for painting Easter eggs.
And you can paint so many different designs on them, too. Though it requires a lot of precision and an eye for small details.
10. This Easter wreath contains its own basket of eggs.
If you don’t like bunnies, this will do just fine. Still, really like the flowers on this.
11. Here we have a bunny lounging around the flowers.
If you like bright spring flowers, this wreath is certainly for you. But don’t mind the bunny who’s only passing time.
12. With a few flowers and eggs, you can make an Easter bouquet.
But make sure the flowers all match first. After that, you can use whatever fake eggs you want.
13. Spring purple flowers in a basket is always an inviting sight.
And since purple is my favorite color, I especially love it. Makes a great centerpiece.
14. Greet your Easter guests with a tulip bouquet hanging at your front door.
Well, it doesn’t just have tulips. And the flowers are fake. But it’ll certainly give a spring touch. Love the lavender ribbon.
15. A quilt with chicks is perfect for the Easter season.
Each square depicts an Easter scene with chicks and eggs. Many will find it a real treat.
16. A spring hat should always contain a few flowers.
These white ones are even crocheted in different sizes. Though it’s just as well because late March and April have rather unpredictable weather.
17. A sign like this always brings the Easter Bunny spirit.
After all, it says “Hippity Hop.” And it includes a colored egg for the “O.”
18. A spring bouquet could use some jellybeans and peeps.
Since these candies aren’t really meant for human consumption. But at least they’re great for decoration. Helps if the flowers match.
19. Greet guests into your Easter home with a magnificent bouquet at your front door.
And you can tell it’s an Easter bouquet because there’s a pink bunny in it. But I love the flowers just the same.
20. For a more rustic touch, you can always leave a wooden wheel for blue flowers and birds.
Even includes a bird in the nest. A nice way to welcome friends and family.
21. An Easter cross should have lilies, violets, and ivy.
Call it a lovely way to decorate an implement of a painful and torturous death. Then again, I might’ve said something sacrilegious here. I apologize.
22. It’s always appropriate to put a cross inside a candle holder centerpiece.
After all, you can’t go wrong with an ornate cross and lilies. Makes a great table centerpiece.
23. If you don’t like wreaths, you can make a bunny hanging from a wide straw hat.
Helps if you add a bow and a few flowers. But all in all, this is adorable.
24. Welcome spring with a festive flair by hanging this butterfly wreath.
And boy, does that butterfly certainly make an impression among the vibrant purple deco mesh and flowers. Love this.
25. A cross wreath should contain Easter lilies.
Because the lilies they toil not but not even Solomon could possess anything as great as these. Also, you have to include the cross because He has risen.
26. Wow your guests this Easter with crocheted Easter egg place mats.
Though both of these have a flat end so you can put silverware. But they nevertheless have the same stripe pattern.
27. There’s nothing more sweet than a crocheted chocolate bunny.
Sure you can’t eat it. But it’s oh so adorable you wouldn’t even care.
28. Of course, we all like to hang out with our peeps.
Sure they may be inedible sugar coated marshmallow candy. But this sign is quite clever.
29. Would you want a white or brown nest stand.
I wanted to put these on last year’s post but didn’t see much point. So I have them on for this year. Sure they’re quite plain but creative.
30. Nothing wows Easter visitors like a cotton tail wreath on your door.
Because rabbits have cotton tails. Nevertheless, you have to admire how fluffy and original it is.
31. A flower bouquet should always have a few butterflies.
Well this looks pretty simple. Just have a vase, fake small white flowers, and some butterflies. Lovely.
32. This Easter, how about some spring flowers and eggs in a wooden box.
Helps that the box has a mirror. though the flowers might have rather short stems.
33. This wooden bunny brings flowers of great joy.
Don’t mind it being blue with burlap ears either. At any rate, it’s adorable with a rustic touch.
34. Bring spring into your home with some pinecone zinnias.
They’re just pinecones painted to resemble zinnias. You can put some in a bowl. Love the purple ones the best.
35. Don’t like wreaths? This butterfly hanging will suit your fancy.
Includes deco mesh and ribbons of all kinds of colors along with yellow flowers. Quite stunning if you ask me.
36. This bunny sack is great for storing eggs.
Sure it’s not as elaborate as a basket. But it’s simple to make and won’t break the bank.
37. With some crosses, you can go all out.
Now this one is certainly in all its glory. Love how the flowers match the deco mesh background.
38. These pastel felt bunnies can melt your heart.
Each of them has a unique ribbon, too. But the buttons on them are all the same.
39. An egg shaped wreath should bring spring in all its glory.
Includes a lot of flowers and yarn eggs. Wonderful to have on your front door. Love it.
40. You should always leave a wooden bucket for the birds.
Like how it has purple flowers and moss. Such a naturalistic scene. And quite original.
41. For religious displays, you can’t go wrong with a white lily, 3 crosses, and a crown of thorns.
Well, this looks quite simple for the paschal season. Like how the crosses are set up.
42. These amigurumi bunnies live in a little carrot cottage.
Each bunny is in a different color. The carrot house even has a door and windows. So cute.
43. An antique metal cage is always great for flowers.
And each flower is in full bloom among the iron wrought bars. Makes a great centerpiece.
44. Keep warm this Easter with your very own bunny beanie.
Guess this one is for a girl since it has flowers. At any rate, it’s cute.
45. A spring wreath should have eggs of robin’s egg blue.
Well, robins don’t lay that many egg.s But you might find some flowers on it here and there.
46. If you like pine cone zinnas, then put them in a spring wreath on your door.
After all, pine cone zinnas make lovely flowers. Like how each of them is painted in bright colors.
47. Umbrellas are always great for spring bouquets.
Though the one I had last year only contained tulips in birds’ eggs. This is far more to my liking.
48. With a red tulip wreath, spring is in the air.
The flowers might be fake but they certainly go nicely around it. I’m sure anyone would enjoy this.
49. You can’t go wrong with an Easter basket hanging of eggs and flowers.
Helps that the eggs are in pastel colors while the flowers are magenta and yellow. Love this.
50. A yarn egg wreath can always use a few buttons.
Because you can’t have too many bright color buttons for wreath like this. Adorable.
51. As the sign says, you should give peeps a chance.
As decorations and diorama figures, certainly yes. But as Easter candy or food? Are you out of your mind?
52. A large egg in a nest makes a lovely flower vase.
Not sure what’s being used for the egg. But at any rate, I love the purple flowers.
53. For a more realistic crown of thorns, just add toothpicks to a grapevine wreath.
Of course, you might not want to use it as a prop for a Passion play. Still, looks pretty realistic enough.
54. An Easter Bunny wreath should contain festive flowers.
Like how it contains 2 bows and lots of flowers. Wouldn’t mind having it on my door.
55. Birds’ eggs should always match the flowers.
Well, this gives a nice spring touch. But don’t birds usually lay eggs that are the same color? Or at least close to it?
56. An Easter egg table runner should contain a few chicks.
Each egg has its own unique design and patterns. Though I think the chicks really stand out.
57. These bunny ear hair pieces will make you hippity hop for joy.
Available in 5 different colors. But each is in a rather simple design with ribbons. Adorable.
58. Nothing makes a better table runner than of the sunset at Calvary.
Well, at least the sunset’s pretty among the 3 crosses. But I think you might want to play it safe with Easter eggs and bunnies.
59. Why not use Easter eggs to decorate a straw hat on your door?
You can even use a small bunny and Easter grass for extra touches. Not something you see every day.
60. This little bunny has dug up a carrot.
Let’s hope it’s a wild carrot. Though you have to admire the flowers on this wreath.
61. A 3-tier server is always great for a few birds’ nests.
There’s even a birdhouse on the bottom. Makes a rather rustic centerpiece. But you have to love the bird.
62. Nothing on Easter welcomes you like a wreath with a vibrant flower.
Well, this is more for spring than Easter. But it’s a wreath that sure makes an impression.
63. This amigurumi Easter Bunny has a basket of eggs for you.
The eggs and basket are also crocheted. I’m sure any little kid would want to cuddle this. So cute.
64. Light up your home with this Easter Bunny glass block light.
Includes some fuzz with a bow, ears, and feet. Also, its face is so adorable.
65. How about some purple on your cross Easter wreath?
Well, purple symbolizes the penitential season of Lent. Though it’s also my favorite color. So it goes on this post.
66. Nothing makes Easter worthwhile than a crocheted basket of crocheted eggs.
Sure the eggs won’t contain candy. But you won’t have to worry about dropping them either. Also, love the flowers on the basket.
67. This Easter egg table runner comes in a flowery shade.
Seems like I have a lot of table runners on this post. Though at least the eggs on here use plain stripes.
68. Have fun for hours with an assortment of bunny chalk.
Made from Necco candies. Okay, I was kidding on that one. Comes in several different colors.
69. While you may not have a lot of flowers in your garden on Easter, you can easily use these.
They’re made from wooden panels and are put on sticks. Will certainly stand out for passing drivers and neighbors.
70. Wonder if the Easter Bunny will be drawn by this carrot patch.
Okay, the carrots are fake and the sign is only decorative. But I think this is a rather creative set up.
71. Perhaps your Easter egg tree can do with a few feathers.
That might seem a little too much for my taste. But whatever, to each his own.
72. Nothing makes an Easter wreath like a bunny among the flowers.
For some reason, I have quite a few bunny wreaths on here. Well, one more isn’t going to hurt.
73. With some eggs, you can paint all kinds of crazy patterns.
You can also paint the stands quite outrageously as well. Not my favorite, but an interesting addition nonetheless.
74. Remember the resurrection with this Easter cushion pillow.
Depicts a sheep with 3 crosses. Includes a tag saying “He is Risen.”
75. Don’t leave for the Easter parade without a pair of bunny ears.
Unless you’re planning on wearing an Easter bonnet, of course. Though this pair is quite elaborate with flowers.
76. With lilies and thorns, this is a fine cross, indeed.
Even like the background to give it a sacred presence. Though I’m not sure if it’s possible for a living room.
77. A fancy cross should go well on a wreath of flowers.
Well, Easter is a religious holiday. And I really like the cross and tulips on this one. So it goes on the post.
78. Wonder what these bunnies are doing in these flower boxes.
Well, each of these has a bunny getting into the flowers. And you can only see their behinds.
79. This wreath has eggs everywhere but only few in the nest.
Yes, it’s another blue egg wreath. But this one has eggs all over it and no flowers. Like the nest.
80. This bunny prefers to be on the wagon.
Well, this is an interesting display. Hope he doesn’t hop off it. Because this is adorable.
81. No one can resist this bunny in a basket.
Well, it’s a hanging basket with some naturalistic touches. But the bunny is so cute with its floppy ears.
82. Grace your table with this Easter Bunny spread.
Has Easter eggs all around the edges while the bunny is in the center. Great for any Easter occasion.
83. Bunnies can make themselves at home in a moss pot flower patch.
Well, we have two bunnies in the flowers and two bunnies outside. Still, I think this is quite lovely.
84. This twig is a perfect hangout for pom pom chicks.
Well, this is quite simple and doesn’t require much effort. Also, who can’t resist these little fuzzy chickies?
85. From this cup come eggs, chicks, and flowers.
Yes, it certainly seems to defy the laws of physics. Though it may not have been possible without glue and some sort of mold.
86. You can’t celebrate Easter without some wooden peeps.
Each one has its own little bow tie and sparkles. Still, you have to love these though the candy inspiration is inedible.
87. A colorful bunny and egg should always be on an Easter wreath.
Helps that the bunny and egg have some colorful stripes. Love this one. So cute.
88. You can’t hang a straw hat on your door without some spring flowers.
Though you can’t wear this hat. Nevertheless, it’s a true work of art.
89. This Easter urn gives some shelter for the birds.
Well, it has a few small birdhouses among the flowers. Though it certainly makes a magnificent bouquet.
90. May this little white birdhouse usher in the Easter spirit of spring.
It’s a more rustic decoration containing a nest. But it’s one you might want for your home.
91. What’s that bunny doing in that large nest?
Well, at least it fits. Though not sure what I think about the plants. And the rabbit’s ears seem a bit long.
92. For getting closer to nature, dried flower wreaths are best.
Well, at least they’re dried spring flowers. Though not sure if you can make it when Easter comes around.
93. Sometimes an Easter Bunny wreath has to be a bit fuzzy.
And fuzzy, this one certainly its. Got to love how it seems so easy to make. Cute.
94. I’m sure this bunny ear decoration will get you in a festive mood.
Well, it certainly has a spring festive air to it. Nice it includes white fuzzy ears. Makes a great centerpiece.
95. Nothing says Easter like its letters descending in a pastel rainbow.
You can even put some eggs on a few. Nevertheless, it’ll sure be a hit with your guests.
96. A large wooden cross in your front lawn shows how much you take Easter seriously.
Though it might make some neighbors scratch their heads about you. Also, the purple symbolizes Lent, by the way.
97. Wish everyone a happy Easter with this quilted tapestry.
Of course, it contains bunnies, flowers, and eggs. So feel free to hang it somewhere.
98. Nobody could resist this little bunny on a lit glass block.
Nice that it’s surrounded by spring flowers. And it looks oh so adorable.
99. There’s nothing so beautiful in nature than finding a nest among the flowers.
Of course, birds don’t lay that many eggs at one time. Though you have to love the flowers.
100. A crocheted bee wreath can always keep you buzzing.
Sure it’s more of a spring wreath. Though Easter is a time for flowers. Also, this is adorable.