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Easter weekend is just a few days away but it isn’t too late to make a beautiful Easter craft. I love it when I come across new crafts that practically shout, “Make Me!” and especially love it when I realize after reading the tutorial that I really could create them in an afternoon.
These crafts are so gorgeous and yet they are simple enough that even a beginner could make them. I’m so glad to be able to share these beautiful creations from my fellow creative bloggers.
Beautiful Easter Crafts (That You’ll Want to Make Now!)
These Tea Towels from Hey There, Home are so darling. You could use whatever colors you have on hand for the eggs which is really fun. This is a craft that would make a great gift! If you bought plain napkins and decorated them, they would also make really cute Easter napkins. 🙂
I was so surprised when I saw what these eggs are truly made of–what a genius idea! These German Glass Inspired Eggs by Chic California would add the perfect sparkle to your decor. I can see these piled in a bowl in the center of the dinner table. So lovely.
Aren’t these so adorable? I mean, who could resist a cute bunny tail? I love how Steph gives several options for making these sweet Bunny Rabbit Egg Wraps. (You can tuck a plastic egg in them or use an egg-shaped lip balm as pictured.)
If you’re looking for a centerpiece or a decoration for your mantle, this Blooming Easter Egg from That’s What Che Said would be the perfect craft. This is a simple and beautiful project that it just shouts, “Spring!”
Michelle from Dandelion Patina used painted walnuts as “eggs” for this sweet bird nest. This craft is so lovely and sweet and yet is simple enough to enlist the kids to help. I bet my nieces would love gathering bits and pieces to put in their nests!
And this . . . I love how Cassie took plain cardboard to make this wreath. The eggs are so cute but the chick and the bunny?! Adorable! I made a cardboard wreath after seeing this tutorial and had so much fun. It really is a simple craft with a big punch.
Aren’t these ladies so creative? Seriously, I had so much fun going through these posts and learning how to do each one. Now I need a weekend getaway to make them all. 🙂 Or maybe I’ll just make them one at a time.
If you’re looking for crafts that are more kid-themed for Easter, be sure to check out my Easter Kid’s Craft post.