Easy DIY Easter Crafts

Easter is such a fun holiday to decorate for and creating new decor pieces can be so simple. Check out these easy and affordable Easter craft ideas!

Bunny Candle Holders


  • Burlap
  • Pink ribbon
  • Pink paint
  • Wine glass
  • Sharpie marker
  • Hot glue 

First, cut out ear shapes for your bunny out of the burlap and use the pink paint to create the insides of the ears. 

Turn your wine glass upside down and glue the “ears” right underneath the stem of the glass. Create a simple bow and glue it under the ears.

Next, use a Sharpie marker to draw eyes and a mouth with whiskers. Use a little bit of pink paint to create a nose.

Wha-lah! Add a tea candle to the top for a cute centerpiece!

Yarn Easter Eggs


  • Pastel-colored yarn
  • Mod Podge
  • Balloons
  • Paintbrush

Start by blowing up your balloons to the desired size.

Cover the balloon with Mod Podge using your paintbrush and tie one end of the yearn to the tie of the balloon and start wrapping. Make any designs you’d like so that your egg is unique. Once you are finished with your design, cut the yarn and drench the yarn with Mod Podge. Let dry for at least 24 hours before you pop the balloon and are left with the design!

Wood Slice Chick Coasters


  • Small craft wood slices
  • Yellow paint
  • Sharpie Marker
  • Yellow Yarn
  • Orange felt

Begin creating your chicks by painting your wood slices yellow. 

Cut out two feet and a triangle nose from the orange felt and hot glue onto the slices once dry. Use the sharpie to draw on eyes.

Also, hot glue small cuts of yarn to the top of the chick that run vertically.

Let dry and save your table from dreaded watermarks!

Leave a Comment