DIY Decorations For Easter Day
Let’s make some DIY decorations to get in the Easter vibe.
Egg Carton Flowers
These egg carton flowers make colorful table centerpieces or mantel decorations.
Baby Chick Dyed Eggs
Transform your regular eggs into colorful baby chicks with vibrant feathers to place throughout your space!
Cotton Candy Nests
These cotton candy nests make delicious table decorations. After the Easter meal ends, have your guests enjoy the sugary treat
Beaded Carrot Wreath
Guests will love seeing this beaded carrot wreath at your front door (and the Easter Bunny will too).
The perfect place to decorate for Easter is your mantel. Create a bright and eye-catching arrangement with colorful Easter eggs, our DIY egg carton flower idea and a stuffed bunny.
Plastic Spoon Chicks
These cute plastic spoon chicks can be made with your kids. Create one for each family member, then place them on your tables as Easter decor.
Crinkled Leaves Wreath
Welcome guests and neighbors with this cheery wreath, made entirely out of hand-cut paper leaves.
Salt Dough Easter Eggs
Take a trip to your pantry to round up everything you need for this DIY. Once stamped and dry, hang them on your Easter tree, along your banister, or strung across your mantel.
Pom-Pom Bunny Easter Eggs
The Easter Bunny may have come and gone, but these little bunnies will stick around from dusk to dawn.
Here's proof that Easter eggs have limitless decorating opportunities. To make this adorable garland, hot-glue ribbon around the outside of clean shells with the tops cracked off. Then place a wet piece of floral foam inside each and push in a few short stems. Hang a handful along a string in front of a blank wall or window.
Pipe Cleaner Easter Eggs
If you couldn't get your hands on an egg dyeing kit, you're in luck: This less-mess option only requires a handful of pipe cleaners and hot glue.
Easter Egg Tree
You don't have to wait until Christmas to decorate a tree. Gather sturdy branches — flowering quince, pussy willow, cherry blossom, magnolia, dogwood, or forsythia — and place them in a heavy vase. Round up a dozen or so blown-out eggs or faux craft eggs.
Transform leftover dyed eggs into bright, colorful candleholders. Scatter a few across your dining table or even atop your mantel for a fresh take on Easter decor.
Bunnies of all shapes and sizes are a staple for Easter. Create this simple DIY inspired by our furry friends, complete with fluffy ears and a cute pom-pom tail.
Polka Dot Eggs
One extra step (adding dots with puffy paint) transforms basic dyed eggs into an eye-catching decoration. Pro-tip: For colors that pop, mix 1 tsp of vinegar per one cup of warm water, adding 10 to 20 drops of gel dye.