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Easter crafts: 11 DIY decorations for your home

Whether you’re trying to make your house more festive for Easter or you’re decorating for a holiday-themed party or brunch, we found 11 DIY crafts that are just as fun as they are pretty! Below, get inspired by some of the most creative ones we’ve seen on the web.

1. Easter tree

Adventures in Decorating

Christmas isn’t the only time you can decorate a tree. This blogger arranged faux dogwood flower branches and adorned them with pretty egg ornaments for a festive holiday centerpiece. See the tutorial atAdventures In Decorating.

2. Cute canvas

Clean and Scentsible

The creator of this work of art asks, “Is there anything cuter than bunny butts?” We have to agree there’s not a lot of competition! Not only is this a fun afternoon crafting project, but it makes a great discussion piece once it’s displayed — and really, who needs a Banksy when you’ve got a bunny? See the tutorial at Clean and Scentsible.

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3. Showers and flowers

One Good Thing by Jilee

Looking for a unique spring wreath idea? This one uses an umbrella with a hooked handle and beautiful silk flowers. It almost makes us look forward to those April showers… almost. See the tutorial at One Good Thing by Jillee.

4. Colorful garland

Modern Parents Messy Kids

If you’ve been doing some home improvement projects and have a bunch of paint color samples lying around, this is the perfect project for you. Create a bright and festive egg garland using the paint chips for a look that’s simple and fun. See the tutorial at Modern Parents Messy Kids.

5. Bird’s nest frame

Not Just a Housewife

A creative way to display your Easter pics or holiday cross stitch, one of the ingredients for this DIY frame is Cadbury mini eggs, and snacking while crafting is definitely encouraged. See the tutorial at Not Just a Housewife.

6. Napkin ears

 / Between Naps on the Porch

These bunny-ear napkin holders are a fun way to spice up your tablescape for Easter brunch. Made from burlap, an empty tissue roll, and fabric glue, it’s an easy project that’s sure to get a lot of attention. See the tutorial at Between Naps on the Porch.

7. Festive carrots

The Creek Line House

If you’re working on an Easter display or want to decorate your table, these carrots made from newspaper, tape and twine are a great project. See the tutorial atThe Creek Line House.

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8. Treat jars

Happiness Is Homeade

Whether you’re displaying these in your kitchen or giving them as party favors at your Easter egg hunt, these bunny-themed mason jars are a sweet treat. See the tutorial at Happiness Is Homemade.

9. No-sew bunny pillow

On Sutton Place

Add a little Easter cheer to your sofa or living room chair with this adorable burlap bunny pillow that requires not even a stitch. See the tutorial at On Sutton Place.

10. Robin’s egg nest

NoBiggie

This DIY centerpiece is so simple, yet it looks like something that could have been found at a pricey boutique. See the tutorial at NoBiggie.

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11. Chocolate bunnies

Crafty Sisters

Caution: Do not eat! While these bunnies look like you can just bite the ears off, they’re actually made from molding clay and brown paint, but guests will think you picked them up from a candy shop (and we won’t tell otherwise). See the tutorial at Crafty Sisters.

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