Easter is right around the corner and whether Balmoral residents are hosting brunches, egg hunts or four-course formal dinners, they want decorations. We’re sure you do, too. You could buy them but why not get out your glue gun instead? We’ve put together a basketful of Easter crafts you and the kids will love. Ready to hop to it?
Greet your guests with some fun door decor. Wreaths aren’t just for Christmas and this Pom-Pom Bunnywreath is just too cute. This colorful egg wreath is a classic. Why go round when you can hang this beautiful watering can wreath instead? Prefer banners to wreaths? We’ve got you covered with this adorable bunny door hanger.
Looking to up your Easter egg game? Forget messy dyes and hand your kids puffy paints for some neon-bright eggs. Easter is no “yolk,” but you’ll have fun crafting these “punny” Easter eggs. Need to quickly decorate a few dozen eggs for the church egg hunt? Go with these simple tattooed eggs.
Here’s Comes the Easter Bunny
It’s not Easter without the bunny. Why decorate with a regular crepe paper ball when you can hang this bunny ball instead? Fill an Easter basket with these dressed up lollipops. These bunny bags are perfect for packing sweet treats. Accessorize your kid’s Easter best with these floral bunny ears.
‘Hop-pening’ Centerpieces and Tablescapes
Dress your table up for the holiday with DIY topiaries, napkin rings and table runners. Your table will look “eggs-cellent” when you set out these Easter egg topiaries. Your guests will be very “hoppy” with these bunny napkin rings. Your peeps will love these place card holders. Get personal with these monogrammed egg placeholders. Decorate the kids’ table with this colorful striped egg table runner.
‘Chick’ This Out
Who doesn’t love baby chicks? Kids will love assembling these construction paper chicks. Memorialize your child’s first Easter with this handprint chicken. These pom pom chicks will look cute on any mantelpiece. Get out the paper plates and let the kids create chicks for the refrigerator or doors.
Food to ‘Dye’ For
Food crafts are our favorite. These miniature Kit Kat Easter baskets by Taryn Whiteaker will look great on your dessert table. You don’t need to be a gourmet chef to put together these bunny pudding cups. Rice Krispies meet elegant design in these Easter nests. Ditch the boring bunny cupcakes and serve up these carrot patch cakes instead.