Most of my favorite home décor items are homemade. Of course, I love a good décor boutique as much as the next person, but honestly most of what you find in the store can be made at home in less than an hour and costs less than half as much.
Crafting is also one of my favorite things to do with friends, it’s a great excuse to get some girls together and enjoy some drinks and some laughs and go home with something super cute at the end. So grab some friends and get started on these Easter décor crafts.
OK, how cute is this darling little bunny bum?! I love the 3D elements of the pom pom tail and the pendent banner in the corner. I would love this on my shelf or mantel.
If you have kids, these are such a fun Easter craft to do together. How cute are these little Easter bunny, you can do all sorts of colors or even patterns. All you need is a sock and a little creativity.
These adorable displays are SO much easier than they look. Just a basic terra cotta pot for the base, a clear plastic ornament for the middle, and a lid for the top. I love that you can fill them with whatever you want!
I have a fairly large front porch, so I am always looking for something fun to put outside. This bunny crossing sign is so cute, it’d definitely making an appearance this year.
Every season needs a wreath and this is one of my favorite spring wreaths because it has so much going on and includes lots of different elements. I love the burlap and the green grass, you could even swap the bunny for a bird or a chick if you’d like.
Button crafts are becoming more and more popular. They are easy to do during a Netflix marathon and perfect for any season. I like to keep it simple and layer the buttons like this egg idea to make a better effect.
Who knew those stacks of striped straws could be so versatile! This is such a cute idea that uses paper straws to create adorable bunnies. I love it!
No time to decorate? No space for crafts? No problem. Go with candy! It’s a great way to spruce up flower vases, candle holders, or even just a pretty dish on your counter. As an added bonus, Easter has the BEST candy of any holiday, so that’s a win win.
Can you believe that this was actually made by a child? Well, it was and it’s easy for you to do too! If you can cut and glue, you can create adorable framed eggs. This would make a great frame you could swap for different season items in your gallery wall.
This He Is Risen sign is one of my favorites because the wood on the cross is the natural wood of the board, and the rest is painted on. What a great way to showcase the beauty of wood in a sign that reminds us of the reason for the season.