DIY Easter Decorations to Brighten Your Home

Easter is a time for family, celebration, and of course – delightful decorations! This year, skip the generic store-bought items and add a personal touch to your Easter décor with homemade creations. Get ready for some crafting fun with these easy, inexpensive, and incredibly charming DIY Easter decorations that the whole family will love.

“Hatched” Easter Egg

This is such a clever Easter decoration — and you only need an empty “hatched” egg and a fine-tipped Sharpie marker.

Kids DIY Easter Decor

This is a great one for the kids and it only takes 5 minutes to do it yourself! Easy and fun!

Macrame Easter Decor

This macrame DIY Easter decoration is so cool. Check out the video for instructions on how it’s made.

DIY Easter Table Decorations

diy easter decoration for dinner table

This is a quick and easy handmade Easter decoration that is perfect for a table setting.

Knitted Wire Bunny

Home Idealist makes a template you can use to create a cute Easter bunny out of knitted wire! Then, she just hot glued soft fluffy poms together to make the flowers.

Easiest DIY Easter Decoration

Anyone can handle this DIY Easter decoration! All she did was buy the bunnies and tie ribbon around them. Make the ribbon extra long from a more dramatic and elegant look.

Easter Egg Suncatchers

This Belgian teacher came up with the coolest DIY Easter decoration — a suncatcher for your windows!

Her instructions are:

  • Draw/print egg shapes on cardboard and cut out
  • Cut out the centre part of each egg shape
  • Stick the egg shapes onto a sheet of clear contact paper
  • Decorate the middle of each egg shape with pieces of coloured paper, crèpe paper, flowers, craft gems, glitter, buttons, …
  • Optional: put another sheet of clear contact paper on top of the decorated egg shapes
  • Press firmly to make sure the sticky surface of the contact paper adheres to the egg shapes
  • Cut the eggs out again and hang them in front of a window

Handmade Bead Bunnies

These bead bunnies are so cute. My daughter has a ton of these beads so I am definitely going to be trying this one with her. All you do is create the Easter shape you want, put a piece of wax paper over it, and then use an iron to melt the beads together!

Crochet Bunny Egg Ornaments

If you know how to crochet, Bomuldskys offers a free pattern for these adorable Bunny-ear Eggs. I’m obsessed!

More DIY Easter Decor Ideas

Easter Egg-citement

wooden Easter eggs with painted polka dots and stripes on them, diy easter decorations
  • Salt Dough Easter Eggs: Mix flour, salt, and a little water to make a fun modeling dough. Shape into eggs, bake, then let the kids go wild with paint and glitter. Hang them around the house for a festive touch.
  • Nature-Inspired Eggs: Decorate plain eggs with natural materials like pressed flowers, leaves, or moss. Use a bit of glue for a delicate and beautiful look.
  • Washi Tape Wonder: Transform plain wooden or hard-boiled eggs into colorful masterpieces with patterned washi tape. Simple and eye-catching!

Adorable Easter Bunnies

  • Sock Bunnies: Repurpose old socks into the cutest bunnies! Fill with rice, tie off, and use felt and buttons to create eyes and noses.
  • Yarn Pom-Pom Bunnies: Make fluffy pom-poms with yarn, then assemble into bunnies with felt ears and googly eyes. These are super soft and perfect for kids’ rooms.
  • Paper Plate Bunnies: A classic Easter craft! Let little ones cut out bunny shapes from paper plates, then decorate with cotton balls, paint, or whatever inspires them.

Beyond Eggs and Bunnies

  • Easter Garland: String together colorful paper shapes like eggs, bunnies, and chicks for simple, cheerful decor.
  • Easter Wreath: Transform a plain wreath base with fabric scraps, ribbon, and spring flowers. Add a miniature bunny figurine for a whimsical touch.
  • Mason Jar Centerpiece: Fill mason jars with pastel candy, mini eggs, or artificial flowers. Tie a ribbon around the top for an effortless, sweet decoration.

Tips for Extra Egg-cellence

  • Coordinate colors: Choose a pastel palette for a classic look, or go bright and bold for a modern twist.
  • Personalize it: Include your kids’ names, initials, or add special touches like glitter or ribbon.
  • Focus on fun: Embrace the crafting process and enjoy the quality time spent with family and friends!

Conclusion: Easter Decorations DIY

DIY Easter decorations are a fabulous way to infuse your holiday with extra personality and warmth. They’re also an excellent way to save money and be creative with your family. Let these ideas inspire you, and don’t be afraid to experiment with different materials and styles to create Easter décor that’s uniquely yours.

Did these ideas make you want to get crafty? Share photos of your amazing DIY Easter decorations in the comments!

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