There’s nothing quite like filling your home with lovely Easter decorations to get in the spirit of the season. It’s a great way to bring color and joy to your home. Whether you’re hosting a brunch this year or simply want to add some cheer to your entryway, these family-friendly, inexpensive projects will delight kids and adults of all ages—and add a punch of Easter color to every room in your house.
Bunny Tail Place Setting
Make a cardstock circle for each of your guests and glue on a pom-pom bunny tail. Criss-cross two faux flowers to create cute bunny ears. Rose gold silverware and pink linens add a festive spring touch.
Easter Egg Flower Box
Use plastic grass and decorated eggs to adorn an indoor or outdoor flower box. It’s the perfect way to make use of the boxes before the real flowers bloom. Get the tutorial here.
Bird’s Nest Wreath
To welcome guests in the sweetest way, wrap a foam wreath form with burlap. Use a hot glue to attach blown-out eggs, broken eggshells, quail eggs, feathers, dried leaves and flowers to the wreath, overlapping until the entire form is covered.
The little ones at your party will get a kick out of these bouncy Easter decorations. All you need are giant balloons and card stock for the ears. Get the tutorial here.
Easter Egg Bouquet
Dye eggs in varying shades of pink — or whichever color you choose — and place them in a large vase to create an ombre effect. Add flowers for a seriously chic centerpiece.
White tulips and glassware paired with gold silverware make for a welcoming Easter tablescape. Get the tutorial here.
With a little cardboard and a little creativity, you can make an adorable bunny piñata that will be the life of the party – especially if you’ve got kids. Get the tutorial here.
Save paper egg cartons and give them a new life as a chic centerpiece. Cut out egg cups in groups of four and paint them white. Then arrange them in a circle and fill with eggs, flowers, or candy!
Paint one half of an egg with craft glue. Sprinkle with clear iridescent glitter and let dry. Repeat on the other side. These look beautiful on natural eggs or dyed eggs. Note that these eggs are not edible.
3D Paper Egg Ornaments
A few cuts and folds — and some pretty paper, of course — will leave you with these paper Easter eggs that you can hang anywhere, from the tree in your yard to a garland. Get the tutorial here.
Washi Tape Easter Egg Picture Frame
Colorful washi tape is a sure way for you to create fun designs that are mess-free. Simply put tape on white paper and cut out egg shapes. A frame will make this craft ever-lasting. Get the tutorial here.
Glass Jar Vase
Give your floral centerpiece a rustic flair. To make, bundle a half dozen milk jars with colorful string or twine, and then fill with your favorite blooms.
Accidentally break one of your beautifully dyed eggs? Don’t stress! Using craft glue, attach the broken pieces onto a plain egg in an artsy mosaic motif.
Quick Spring Chicks
Unleash your inner artist with these sweet spring chicks. Just add some wings, a beak, and feet with a fine-tipped permanent marker, and you’re set!
Paper “Feather” Tree
This modern take on the traditional Swedish Påskris — or feather tree — uses pastel scrapbook paper instead of real feathers. Get the tutorial here.