Hello to all the creative DIY-ers out there! Are you ready for the upcoming Easter? If no, then I have some pretty helpful ideas for you. Check these Easter DIY Decor that I have for you!
Cute bunny artwork
If you are looking for a fun way to bring the Easter spirit, then try with framed bunnies. You just need to cut off bunnies from colorful paper and frame them. Do not forget the tail!
Salt dough ornaments
If you are a passionate DIY-er, then salt dough sounds familiar to you. If it doesn’t, let me remind you that it is a dough that can be used for sculpting things that is made out of affordable materials that we all have in our homes. The recipe is: 1 cup flour, half cup water and half cup salt. That’s it. You just mix these and make dough.
Do you also love those yarn balls? If yes, then this time make egg-shapes and stick them together to form a wreath.
Easy Easter tree
An Easter tree is a must. And you can make your using some branches and paper ornaments!
An easy way to turn a wooden plank into a cute bunny! This can be cute decor for your front porch.
Hint: Take paint chips and cut off egg shapes. Voila! You end up with some colorful Easter eggs.
Pastel egg sign
If you need to ad color to your Easter vignettes, then make your own artwork. This pastel egg sign will look eggcelent!
Take thick paper and cut off bunnies stencils. Attach these onto a thread and you have one vertical garland that you can place anywhere you like.
Easter egg candle holders
Don’t you find these spectacular?! Use those cheap plastic eggs available in any store to make them. I love the pastel colors that these have.
Easter egg planters
Bring your old planters back to life! All you need to do is to paint them with pastel colors, and add some fun egg patterns.
Although this one looks like a difficult one, actually it isn’t. These are three plastic eggs that have poked holes on the top and bottom part, so a stick can hold them together. Add some branches so it won’t be visible.
Colorful front door garland
If you find the plastic eggs so ugly, then you can always cover them with paper and use them to make a cool wreath!