As Seen on Good Things Utah!
Hey guys! I am so excited because today I was on Good Things Utah where I shared some fun and festive Easter projects! If you did not catch the segment, you can see all of the projects I shared below. They are quick and easy and will get you in the Easter spirit in no time. What's great about these projects, is everyone in your family can get involved in the crafty fun!
This year, instead of going the traditional Easter basket route for your kids, why not whip up this sweet little bunny tote? Easily create this bunny bag with some felt, a playful pom-pom nose, and a black fabric marker for the face. When you are finished, you can toss in grass, candies and other special treats.
It wouldn't be Easter without bunnies and chicks, now would it? Both of these pint-sized animals can be created using a pom-pom maker. That's right, the pom-pom maker creates the bodies of these friendly little animals. To complete the bunnies and chicks, add some felt, twine, and buttons! These would be the perfect addition to an Easter basket, or even as a prop for a photoshoot!
Whip up these cute mini paper Easter baskets in minutes! These mini baskets are the perfect size for small candies and treats. They would also make nice goodie bags to give to your Easter guests, or you could use them as centerpieces for your table!
Step outside of the egg dying tradition with these 5 ways to decorate Easter eggs! Add a layer of Mod to an egg and top it with glitter for a sparkly egg display. To add a touch of foil to your eggs, add double-sided adhesive and top it with a piece of golf foil. Press down on the foil and peel it up. You will be left with gorgeous foiled eggs! Create playful polka dot eggs using glitter and glue dots! The fifth technique allows you to easily monogram an egg using an alpha sticker and Sharpie Markers. You could use these as place settings for your guests, or you could spell out "Happy Easter!".
After your eggs are decorated, you need to display them. Create simple egg holders with cardstock and washi tape. You can pick your favorite patterened washi tape that matches your decor. This project is so simple you can get your kids involved!
Have we inspired you to get your craft on before Easter rolls around this weekend? Which of these projects will you be making?