Monday Makes – 10 Easter crafts

For today’s Monday Makes, we thought we’d do something a little different. Normally, we choose one site or channel to talk about, but in this post, we’re going to be sharing links to 10 of our favourite Easter crafts. This is the ideal post if you’ve got some little ones to entertain over the holidays or if you just fancy decorating your home for the occasion!

Colourful string eggs – this DIY is a bit messy, but the final result is so cute! The eggs would be ideal for decorating or for filling with little treats.

Bunny bunting – this bunting is quick to make and would look gorgeous at an Easter party!

No-sew sock bunnies – this is a great craft to do with kids. The bunnies would look adorable scattered all over the house!

3D paper eggs – these little eggs are so colourful and fun! They’d look great as hanging ornaments or scattered on a dining table for Easter dinner.

Paper Easter basket – these baskets are an Easter tradition and kids will have lots of fun decorating them. Filling them up with little treats is even more exciting!

Easter egg cards – if you fancy sending cards this holiday, why not make your own? You could use anything to make these cards colourful – washi tape, coloured and patterned paper, ribbon or fabric!

Bunny plant pot – this craft has so many uses. You could use it for plants, as a decorative piece or for filling with little yummy chocolates!

Ribbon Easter wreath – this wreath is ideal for the season and would look so welcoming hung on the front door.

Bunny wreath – if you didn’t like the previous wreath, maybe this fuzzy one will be more up your street!

Pom pom chick – if you’re not sure how to make a pom pom, take a look at this video first, but once you’ve mastered it, you’ll be able to make a family of adorable little Easter chicks.

There are plenty of Easter crafts and ideas out there, so it was very difficult for us to narrow it down to just 10! If anyone decides to make anything over the holidays, we’d love to see some pictures!

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