Festive and Fun DIY Easter Decorations

Spring is one of my favorite holidays, and nothing celebrates Spring quite like Easter. If you are looking to decorate your house for the season, I have 15 festive and fun DIY Easter decorations you can try. Some of these crafts are great to make together with your kids. And some are cute DIY projects you might want to save just for yourself. I try to keep it interesting. Wink.

If you’re looking for a clever Easter basket idea, check out the DIY Unicorn Easter Basket. I also included an Easter Bunny Bean Bag Toss game because sometimes the real fun starts AFTER the creating. I personally love the little gnomes disguised as bunnies and imagine that it would be very hard to give them up when spring is over. Wouldn’t it feel a little too much like putting friends into storage? No? Maybe it’s just me.

collage photo with bunny gnomes, wooden eggs, stuffed bunny, and chalkboard bunny

Easter is a wonderful time for celebrating. The budding flowers and leaves make it feel as if even nature is sharing in our happiness. So I hope these adorable festive and fun DIY Easter decorations inspire you to create some special treasures and memories with your family for many Easters to come!

DIY Easter Decorations and Crafts

1. Glittered and Painted Wooden Easter Eggs – Positively Splendid

5 wooden painted eggs with gold glitter

First, start by skipping the egg shortage this year and decorate your own wooden eggs that will last year after year. These Glittered and Painted Wooden Easter Eggs are Positively Splendid.

2. How to Make an Easter Village – Studio DIY

Painted Easter Village houses on a mantle

Secondly, they say it takes a village, so why not make your own DIY Easter Village with Studio DIY?

3. DIY Easter Bunny Bean Bag Toss – Pink Stripey Socks

cardboard bunny cut out bean bag toss game

In addition to decor for your home, do you ever need a classroom game idea? Or how about something to keep your kids busy while you work from home? Then try this fun DIY Easter Bunny Bean Bag Toss Game by Pink Stripey Socks.

4.) Button Easter Egg – Carrie Elle

colored buttons glued in the shape of an egg

With upcycling growing in popularity, maybe you would like to reuse some buttons you’ve been saving from past projects. This Easy Button Egg craft by Carrie Elle is a great way to recycle those one-off buttons you might have laying around too.

5. DIY Easter Egg Garland – Vicky Barone

plastic eggs on a string

In addition to upcycling buttons, let’s recycle easter eggs too with this simple and affordable DIY Easter Egg Garland decoration. You can make these for your mantle, or as a kid’s room surprise this Easter with Vicky Barone.

6. Bunny Pom Pom Wreath – DIY & Crafts

white pom pom wreath with bunny ears

Have you ever wanted to make your own pom-poms? Then you should head to DIY & Crafts to learn how to make this DIY Pom Pom Easter Bunny Wreath. It’s the cutest door decoration for a kid’s room Easter surprise. You could also try making other animals if you have different colors of yarn available. For instance, you could make a chick with yellow yarn. How cute would that be?

7. DIY Unicorn Easter Basket – I Heart Crafty Things

unicorn Easter basket with candy

If you also still need an adorable basket this year, look no further. You can make your own with this DIY Unicorn Easter Basket by I Heart Crafty Things.

8. How to Make Bunny Gnomes – It’s Always Autumn

three colorful bunny sock gnomes

Moreover, if you like crafts that make you happy, try these DIY Bunny Sock Gnomes by It’s Always Autumn.

9. How to Make an Easter Basket Liner – Polka Dot Chair

homemade fabric basket liner with blue ribbon

Now, if you have experience sewing, then definitely try making your own Easter Basket Liner with Polkadot Chair this year. Consequently, I am learning how to sew so I can create more crafts like this too.

10. DIY Easter Chalkboard – A Night Owl Blog

black foam chalkboard bunny

Next, we have this DIY Easter Chalkboard in the shape of a bunny. Would you believe this is made out of FOAM? Yes, it is! Let A Night Owl show you how to make your very own.

11.) Wash Cloth Bunny – Smart School House

three washcloth bunnies with craft eyes

However, if you are looking for an easy craft without glue or sewing involved, then this Washcloth Bunny Craft by Smart School House is perfect for you!

12. DIY Easter Bunny Ear Napkin Rings – Landeelu

four fabric wired napkin rings

Let Landeelu teach you how to create these Easter Bunny Ear Napkin Rings with a little fabric and some wire. What a cute decoration for your Easter table.

13. DIY Easter Bunny Coasters – The Happy Farmhouse

two rope bunny coasters and a mug

Customize your very own Bunny Coasters for Easter with Dollar Tree supplies and instructions from The Happy Farmhouse. In other words, these are budget-friendly and we are making these this year.

14.) Curious Bunny Pots Easter Craft – Southern in Law

small pot with bunny feet, candy, and faux flowers

Similarly, if you are looking for a budget-friendly craft to make for your family or somone elses, try these Curious Bunny Pots by the Southern in law.

15. DIY Easter Bunny Treat Pouches – The Sweetest Occasion

two paper bunny pouches filled with chocolate eggs

And finally, if you liked the look of the bunny napkin rings we saw earlier, you’ll love these DIY Easter Bunny Treat Pouches from The Sweetest Occasion.

In short, I hope you enjoyed these festive and fun DIY Easter decorations. Let me know if you make any of these in the comments. I would love to hear about your creations.

Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas:

Likewise, if you are preparing for Easter like we are and you would like some non-candy ideas, check out our blog post with 30 Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas here.

More Spring Activities:

Try this FREE Blooming Puddle Paper Flowers activity today! Simply print, color, cut, and fold according to the instructions. Then, watch the surprise happen.

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