The typical Easter wreath! You’ll be appreciated for this creativity. Glue some greeneries to a grapevine wreath, then some easter eggs and flowers. Bow-tie a pretty ribbon and hang the wreath up. Display your beautiful craft on the front door.
Make this wreath by gluing Easter eggs and a Bunny face to a wreath base. You can replace the pinks with faux greeneries too. Bow-tie a ribbon at the end to complete the look.
Turn those boring Dollar store bowls into Easter ones by fingerprinting on them! Dip your index finger in paint and mark on the bowls. Add features to the prints with a marker. Remember to have fun with it!
Bunny Treat Jars
Get some mason jars from the Dollar store and paint them. For the Bunny outline, you need vinyl and a Cricut maker. If that’s not convenient for you, you can use a bunny sticker while painting and remove it afterward. Be a lot careful with this technique though!
String Eggs Wreath
Are you bored of the same old plastic eggs wreath? Then make one out of string eggs! Dip the string in glue and wrap it around an inflated balloon. Once it dries, pop the balloon. Glue the eggs in the form of a wreath.
Peeps Jar Candles
Apart from satisfying your cravings, Peeps are pretty useful for Easter decors too! Get some mason jars and glass votive holders from the dollar store. Place a holder in a jar and stick a wax button inside. Surround it with bunny peeps and you’re done with the candle!
The kids are absolutely gonna LOVE it! Fill a plastic egg with treats and toys and wrap around tissues along with some more treats. Keep wrapping until it becomes a giant white ball. Now add cardstock ears and boom it’s done! A decor as well as a surprise!
Make carrots out of scrapbook paper and fill them with treats! Take an orange paper and shape it into a cone. Then take a green one and cut it into fringes for the leaves. Fill them with treats and the kids will be ecstatic!
Eggs Table Runner
This one uses boiled eggs but you can use the Dollar store plastic ones and paint them, it won’t make much of a difference! Although, you will need the egg cartons that only come with real eggs. You can either make some modifications there using cardboard or if you can get your hands on those cartons, dun-dun-dun!
3D Eggs Ornaments
Use decorative paper to make the 3D Eggs ornaments. Take four egg cut-outs, fold each into half, and join one’s half to another such that you get the 3D shape. Before gluing them together, stick a yarn loop to the middle.
Picket Fence Basket
If you got a small cardboard box lying around, reuse it to make this basket. Paint the box green and glue popsicle sticks to the sides. Fill the basket with faux greens, treats, plastic eggs, and goodies. So much Easter goodness!