Easter is still a couple of weeks away. To get into that holiday mood, we suggest you do one (or two) of the following fun and easy Easter projects. Invite the little people in your life to participate and you'll have a grand time, for sure.
These call for eggs that you have cracked and used. You simply glue them together and then decorate them according to your taste. Very easy and cheap, right? They will make great centerpieces and decorative elements on your shelves.
Who'd have thought that a list of fun and easy Easter projects will also include coffee filters? Seems to me that coffee filters are slowly becoming crafting chameleons. But on to this project: this is incredibly easy. Even kids will enjoy making them!
OMG, look at that blue chick! So very cute! And again, this is one of those fun and easy Easter projects that you can do with your kids. I reckon they'd have more fun making than eating these.
How clever! This is a great project because you will be giving old trays a new life. Come Easter Sunday picnic, your family will have the most colorful trays in the churchyard!
A list of fun and easy Easter projects will not be complete without including cookies. How adorable are these chicks and bunnies? And the fluffy sheep! I bet they taste heavenly, too. Oh, if only I can bake.
I can't crochet to save my life but I know you ladies can. Here is a fun Easter egg crochet pattern for you to check out. These would look so cute sitting on your table or by your window.
Another project with materials that you can easily find in your craft stash. You will need wooden beads, pipe cleaners, feathers, and paint. The result: the most adorable wooden chicks known to man!
If you're going to the hardware anytime soon, you need to get some paint chips. Not only will they be useful for when you need color inspiration, but they can also be used for a variety of projects. For Easter, they can be perfect for making a fun garland.
Oh, these look so pretty! You can bet that I will be off to a thrift store to score some silk scarves after I write this post. This is a project that will surely delight your kids, too.
We hope that these fun and easy Easter projects have inspired you to get crafty. If you know of more projects that will be perfect for Easter, we'd love to hear about them. Hit us up in the comments section!