52 Easy DIY Easter Crafts For Kids and Adults Alike (2022)

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Mike Garten

The Easter holiday is an ideal time to show off your craft skills. It’s all about getting creative and inventive with Easter egg decorations, coming up with lively, out-of-the-box Easter egg hunt ideas, decorating your home for those delicious Easter feasts with loved ones, or just celebrating spring with colorful, cheerful crafts.

So flaunt your creativity with some easy Easter crafts that are sure to get noticed when friends and family visit (or rack up those likes when you post your impressive creations on Instagram). From our abundant and diverse ideas, choose a craft project that can double as a decoration or table centerpiece, one that works as a thoughtful homemade Easter presents for neighbors or friends, or even one that you can eat when you’re all done.

And there’s no need to be an experienced crafter to get these projects off the ground: You’ll find a range of easy craft ideas you can execute at any skill level — some of which require only a few supplies that you may already have around the house. Here, you'll find all kinds of crafts you can make for Easter, including everything from whimsical methods for decorating Easter eggs to how-tos for charming wall hangings and spring wreaths, plus festive Easter baskets. So grab your supplies and jump right into some seasonal crafting fun!

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A Kailo Chic Life

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Mini Succulent Easter Baskets

These mini succulent Easter baskets have a world of purposes: They’re naturals as seating cards for a holiday brunch, and would be loads of fun as office or fridge magnets, too (just dab some hot glue on the back to adhere).

Get the tutorial at a Kailo Chic Life.

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Mike Garten

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Easter Egg Wreath

This rainbow Easter egg wreath is the perfect craft to use as decoration in your living room or to brighten up your front door. To make it, cut 1⁄4-inch and 3/8-inch strips of colorful tissue paper. Use glue stick to adhere thinner strips to smaller Styrofoam eggs and thicker strips to larger eggs. Wrap tissue paper around egg lengthwise, then apply second strip horizontally. Continue attaching until the egg is completely covered. Arrange faux leaves and eggs around wreath form and hot glue into place. Secure eggs to each other with hot glue where necessary. Once assembled, hot glue a few more sprigs in between eggs to make the look extra plush.

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Buggy and Buddy

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Paper Mâché Hats

Use colorful tissue paper to create whimsical hats in whatever style suits your fancy. We love this all-ages-friendly spring paper craft for bridal showers, baby showers, Kentucky Derby parties... you name it!

Get the tutorial at Buggy and Buddy.

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Studio DIY

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Bunny Ears Ice Cream Cone

This easy Easter craft doubles as a post-egg-hunt treat: It's as edible as it is adorable!

Get the tutorial at Studio DIY.

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See Vanessa Craft

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Saguaro Cactus Easter Egg

This cute craft has a cactus motif that's right on trend. When you're done painting it, "plant" it in a terra cotta pot for totally Instagrammable decor when you're done.

Get the tutorial at See Vanessa Craft.

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Mike Garten

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Cake Stand Centerpiece

After the kids (and adults!) decorate their Easter eggs, show them off with this elegant DIY cake stand. To make it, place a mix of decorated eggs and bundles of flowers in egg cups on each level for a sweet and simple display.


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Con Poulos

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Hanging Egg Centerpiece

Use a craft knife to cut a 2" x 2" oval into 4" eggs. Apply one to two coats of paint to the 4" and 2" eggs; let dry. Stuff 4" eggs with tissue paper, then place all eggs inside cardboard box. In small bowl, mix a few drops of water with a dollop of paint, then dip the toothbrush bristles in and use your thumb to fleck the paint onto the eggs to create speckles. Once dry, repeat for the reverse side of the eggs. Place floral foam inside the flower bucket and arrange sprays inside. Use brown floral tape to attach two sprays together to create height as needed. Hot-glue a small loop of ribbon to the top of the eggs and hang from spray branches. Arrange Easter grass inside 4" eggs, then add cookies.


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Alexandra Rowley

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Golden Eggs

1. Dye or paint eggs; let dry completely.

2. Use a foam brush to paint abstract splotches of glue from the Mona Lisa Metal Leaf Starter Kit on the eggs; let dry according to package instructions.

3. Apply the gold leaf from the kit to the sticky areas (the glue is tacky when it dries) and smooth down with your fingers.

4. Use a stiff-bristled brush to sweep away any gold leaf around the egg where there was no adhesive.


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Woman's Day

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Jordan Almond Chicks

This fun craft sits at the intersection of adorable and edible. Just try not to eat all your art supplies before you finish!

Get the Jordan Almond Chicks tutorial.

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Good Housekeeping

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Monogram Egg Centerpiece

This simple, sophisticated place setting is a creative way of telling people where their seat is while also matching your utensils and making sure your decorations match the holiday.

Stick on a letter, spray paint the egg, and then peel the letter off. That's it!

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Alexandra Rowley

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Grow-Your-Own Garden Centerpiece

1. Arrange medium whitewashed wood trays down the middle of your table. Cut through wheatgrass (available at most nurseries) with scissors so it fits inside each tray.

2. Push the stems of cut flowers into floral water picks filled with tap water, then nestle the plastic tubes into the grass.

3. For extra color, place a few dyed eggs around the perimeter as shown.


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Miki Duisterhoff

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Easter Egg Topiaries

Feather your nest with topiaries made from paper napkin-covered plastic eggs glued onto Easter grass-covered Styrofoam cones.

Get the Easter Egg Topiaries tutorial.


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Good Housekeeping

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Ribbon Place Setting

Jazz up your Easter brunch with some lovely ribbon centerpieces that are easy to make but will make a big statement on your table. Simply tie as you wish in a coordinating or contrasting color. Voila!

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Ombré Easter Eggs

You can create this dramatic display with just two 0.25-ounce vials of blue dye you may already have in the kitchen. Set out six 12-ounce glasses, labeled A through F. Add one cup of boiling water and two teaspoons of white vinegar to each and stir, using a separate spoon for each glass. Then, mix in the color as follows: A, two drops; B, six drops; C, 10 drops; D, 20 drops; E, 45 drops; F, 60 drops. Submerge a hard-boiled egg in each glass. Steep for five minutes, or until you're happy with the hue, then remove and place in an empty egg carton to dry. Repeat with additional eggs (up to three dozen).


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Mike Garten

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Golden Egg Wreath

Hang this elegant wreath from your front door to get all of your guests in the Easter spirit. To make it, simply suspend golden eggs from a yarn-wrapped hoop.


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Alexandra Rowley

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Bunny Ears Napkins

1. Use scissors to cut a 1½" section of paper-towel tube.

2. From white or pink felt, cut a 6¼" x 2¼" rectangle and hot-glue it around the cardboard ring.

3. Download the bunny ear template here. Make the outer ear shapes with felt that matches the ring color, and the inner ear shapes with the other felt color.

4. Sandwich a 4" piece of pipe cleaner between the inner and outer ear shapes, letting about ¾" stick out of the bottom; hot-glue to secure. Pinch the bottom corners together and secure with hot glue; hold until dry. Repeat this step for the other ear.

5. Attach the ears to the felt-covered ring, about ½" apart, by hot-gluing the exposed pipe cleaner to the top of the ring. Cover the pipe cleaner segments with a small piece of matching felt; hot-glue to secure.6. Once dry, bend the ears to make them stand upright, then push a napkin through the ring.


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Good Housekeeping

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Easter Egg Tree

Christmas isn't the only holiday worthy of a tree. Make a much smaller version of the Christmas classic with this fun display.

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. One by one, attach a 20" piece of thin ribbon to the bottom of the egg to the midpoint of the ribbon. Wrap the ribbon around the egg and attach to the top of the egg with hot glue. Once dry, tie the eggs onto the branches and trim excess ribbon.

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Con Poulos

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Easter Characters

Craft your own herd of Easter characters by adhering faux flower petals, buds, and leaves to colored eggs. (Paint and decorate ceramic eggs and you can display this craft every spring!)

Get the Easter Characters tutorial.


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DIY Paper Flowers

Upcycle cupcake liners into flowers with this fun and easy craft. Bonus: They'll never die! First, fold dyed cupcake liners (or use colored ones) in half and cut out petal and fringe shapes. Then fold a piece of floral wire in half and twist around the faux flower stamen. Poke the wire through the center of three to four paper liners. Finish it off by wrapping floral tape around the base of the liners and continue to wrap down the "stem.


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Woman's Day

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Lamb Easter Egg

Mary had a little lamb, and you can have one too! All you need is some paint, a glue gun, and some silk flowers to make this adorable sheep.

Get the Lamb Easter Egg tutorial.

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Woman's Day

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Speckled Eggs

These cute speckled eggs look like actual bird eggs, and they're fun to make... as long as you're not afraid to make a bit of a mess.

Use a toothbrush to flick watered-down acrylic paint across (dry) spray-painted plastic eggs.

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Mike Garten

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Animal Critter

In need of an Easter brunch centerpiece? Grab the kids and have them help you make this adorable ensemble that doubles as table decor.

Dye hardboiled eggs green, pink, orange, and yellow. Print templates of the animals’ features. Print out on corresponding colored paper and cut. Attach features using craft glue.

For bunny ears, chick wings, and frog eyes and legs: Fold back 1/8'' at base to glue to egg. Let dry and adjust as needed.

For the lamb: Unravel 3 cotton balls. Brush egg with glue, avoiding the narrow top, which will be the face. Smooth cotton to cover egg. Once dry, add pompoms for feet and tail. Draw faces with a fine point permanent marker.


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Mike Garten

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Easter Egg Bouquet

Dye some ombre eggs and arrange them in a clear glass vase. Then match the colors of the eggs with a bouquet of fresh flowers for an explosion of color.


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Mike Garten

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Easter Egg Buddies

Get your fine-tip markers out — these adorable egg buddies are a great way to decorate your Easter table. Give them a sweet face or a goofy one — just have fun with it! Add wire or popsicle ears for an extra touch of pizazz.


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Mike Garten

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Surprise Egg

Craft this giant egg and then fill it with surprises like candy and toys to really impress the kids this year.

Get the tutorial at Coffee and Confetti Mom.

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Mike Garten

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Dipped Herb Silhouettes

Natural herbs make the most beautiful patterns for your Easter eggs.

Gather herbs like sage, thyme, and parsley and snip them into small sprigs. Lightly paint the backs of herbs with egg white and let set 10 minutes. While herbs dry, cut a nylon stocking into 5-inch tubes. Place a prepared herb onto an egg and carefully tie the nylon around both ends so the herb stays put. Submerge egg in dye. Remove and blot dry with paper towels before removing nylon, then slowly peel off herb.

Once you're finished decorating, toss the eggs in a fake nest for an unforgettable display.


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Con Poulos

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Cute and Colorful Easter Eggs

Turn a bushel basket into a cheery catchall for Easter loot by adding a few bright stripes of paint and a pair of homemade pompoms. Add colorful Easter eggs inspired by chicks and cute characters for some extra festive flair.

Best dressed: Draw a face and hair on a ceramic egg. Wrap the bottom third of egg in thick yarn (tip: work from the middle down) and secure by brushing on white craft glue in sections. Create details like collars, bows, and buttons with felt and beads.

Dashing Design Egg: Follow tradition and dye your eggs first. Once dry, draw a series of short lines with a white paint marker.

Fuzzy Chick: Wrap a ceramic or wooden egg in yarn (tip: start at the top and work down) and secure by brushing on white craft glue in sections as you work. Use templates to make felt wings, feet, beak, and hair, and attach with glue. Glue on small black-bead eyes.

Get the chick egg template here.


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Con Poulos

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Fringe and Tassel Easter Basket

Make a plain square basket look magical with a few scraps of ribbon and trim, and fill with unicorn-inspired and sparkling Easter eggs.

Lovely Unicorn: Paint a wooden egg white; let dry. Draw on face. Cut a mane from faux-fur trim, color in an egg dye bath, and attach (once dry) with fabric glue. Use templates to make felt ears and a gold paper horn; assemble and glue to egg. Wrap a 3 x 1/8-in. strip of gold paper around horn; secure with glue. Glue star confetti to cheek and hair.

Shiny Silhouette: Use the templates to carefully cut a chick or bunny from a foil candy wrapper. Adhere to dyed egg with Mod Podge. Use a damp cotton swab to gently wipe clean the foil shape; let dry.

Dazzling Glitter Egg: Try this trick on basic plastic eggs: Lightly sand the outside, brush on glue, cover in glitter, and let dry.

Get the unicorn egg template here and the foil egg templates here.


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Dana Gallagher

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Easter Bunny Ears

These bunny ears might be for Easter, but your kid will want to s them for dress up time year round.

To make one of these kid-friendly accessories, you'll need a child-size headband and 11⁄2 yards of 1⁄2-inch-wide double- fold bias tape.

Step 1: Cut an 18.5-inch-long piece of bias tape. Hem the cut ends under 1⁄2 inch on each side, then stitch together the long side to form a casing. Fold the casing in half so that the ends touch and use a straight pin to mark the fold's center.

Step 2: Feed an extra-thick, 12-inch-long pipe cleaner through one end of the casing, stopping at the pin. Feed a second pipe cleaner through the casing's other end until it, too, meets the pin; remove pin. Bring the casing's open ends toward each other and twist the exposed pipe cleaners together to form a rabbit ear shape. Repeat steps one and two to make a second ear.

Step 3: Cut a piece of bias tape the length of the headband, plus one extra inch. Wrap the tape over the headband, then use pins to mark the two spots where you want to attach the ears (use the photo at left for guidance).

Step 4: Remove the tape from the headband and stitch the long side together, from the pins out to both ends of the tape; stitch these ends closed, and remove pins. Twist the ears' pipe-cleaner ends around the headband in the desired spots, then slide each end of the headband into the casing. Use a needle and thread to slip-stitch the tape around and between the ears closed.

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Con Poulos

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Candy Carrots

Package Easter treats inside paper mâché cones wrapped in orange twine and topped with green crepe paper. They look like real carrots... only cuter!

Get the Candy Carrots tutorial.

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How do you make a paper Easter egg basket? ›

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Is the Easter bunny real? ›

Is the Easter Bunny real? While there is no actual bunny that once served as the iconic hare, the legendary egg-laying rabbit is said to have been brought to America by German immigrants in the 1700s, according to History. As mentioned, children would make nests for Oschter Haws to leave behind eggs.

How do you make a 3d egg? ›

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How do you make a garland Easter egg? ›

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How do you make Easter egg glue? ›

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How do you dye a boiled egg? ›

In small bowl or cup, stir together 1/2 cup boiling water, vinegar, and food coloring. Immerse eggs in dye, turning occasionally to ensure even coating, until desired color, about 5 minutes. Using slotted spoon or tongs, remove eggs from dye and transfer to rack to drain. Refrigerate when dry.

How do you make a homemade Easter basket? ›

DIY How to make Easter Baskets - YouTube

How do you dye eggs? ›

3 Mix 1/2 cup boiling water, 1 teaspoon vinegar and 10 to 20 drops food color in a cup to achieve desired colors. Repeat for each color. Dip hard-cooked eggs in dye for about 5 minutes. Use a slotted spoon, wire egg holder or tongs to add and remove eggs from dye.

What flower has become a symbol of Easter? ›

It's almost Easter, and there's only one flower that can truly capture the spirit of the holiday: the Easter lily. Pure white in color with a trumpet-like shape, it's long been associated with purity, innocence, and spring, making it the perfect flower to welcome a fresh new season.

What flower is associated with Easter? ›

1. Easter Lily. The Easter Lily (Lilium longiflorum) is a traditional Easter flower. These trumpet-shaped blooms have come to represent spring.

How do adults make Easter fun? ›

15 Fun Easter Activities For Adults
  1. Adult Egg Hunt. ArtMarie/E+/Getty Images. ...
  2. Lucky Lotto Egg Hunt. ...
  3. Plastic Easter Egg Truth Or Dare. ...
  4. Easter Egg Decorating. ...
  5. Egg Tap Game. ...
  6. Beauty-Themed Easter Egg Hunt. ...
  7. Host An Easter Brunch. ...
  8. Try Easter Makeup Looks.
26 Mar 2016

What are good Easter basket ideas? ›

46 Easter Basket Ideas We Love
  • A timeless Easter basket, in two sizes. Photo: Pottery Barn. ...
  • A space-saving Easter basket alternative. ...
  • Recyclable paper grass. ...
  • Festive, easy-to-spot Easter eggs. ...
  • Real gold coins from the US Mint's new state series. ...
  • A cornucopia of candy eggs. ...
  • Really good jelly beans. ...
  • Some sweet reads.
17 Mar 2022

How do you make a giant Easter basket? ›

How to Make a Giant Easter Basket - YouTube

What can I put in adult eggs? ›

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  1. Spicy Dice.
  2. Rock (Paint a funny saying)
  3. Chilly Willy Chocolates.
  4. Condoms.
  5. Granny Panties (Check Amazon's price here!)
  6. Thong.
  7. Old Receipts.
  8. Funny pictures of friends.
17 May 2022

What is the Easter Bunny's name? ›

The character's actual name was “Peter Rabbit,” and he originated with writer Beatrix Potter, who named the character after her childhood pet rabbit Peter Piper. “Burgess tried briefly to call his rabbit Peter Cottontail,” according to a 1944 article in Life magazine.

What age stop believing in Easter Bunny? ›

To tell the truth

Many kids believe whole-heartedly for several years. Then, when they reach age 7 or 8, they begin to have some doubts. Between their own intellectual development and the chance that another child tells them, kids usually piece it all together on their own when they are 8 to 10 years old.

Why do people hide eggs? ›

Some suggest that its origins date back to the late 16th century, when the Protestant reformer Martin Luther organised egg hunts for his congregation. The men would hide the eggs for the women and children to find. This was a nod to the story of the resurrection, in which the empty tomb was discovered by women.

How do you make a stuffed animal without sewing? ›

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How do you make a no sew sock stuffed animal? ›

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How do you make a string Bunny? ›

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What can I use instead of plastic Easter eggs? ›

If you're doing an indoor Easter egg hunt, opt for using paper eggs, which are biodegradable, or wooden eggs, which cost more but are reusable. These eggs generally aren't durable enough to survive the elements outdoors. But on the upside, you can have fun painting them with your family before the big day.

How do you make easy Easter eggs? ›

How to Make Easter Eggs - YouTube

How do you thread a blown egg? ›

Thread the needle and insert it into the top of the egg. Wiggle it until it pokes through the hole in the other side. Thread through, thread on a bead and tie into place. Thread a small bead onto the thread at the top of the egg and tie into place.

How do you poke holes in plastic Easter eggs? ›

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How do you make a string basket? ›

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How do you make paper mache eggs without balloons? ›

  1. Mix 1 cup water,1 cup of flour and 2 tablespoons of table salt until the mixture is smooth. ...
  2. Tear newspaper into 1-inch wide strips. ...
  3. Crumple the newspaper into two balls that are approximately the same size. ...
  4. Cover each newspaper ball loosely with a plastic bag.

How do you make Easter eggs with liquid starch and string? ›

Just follow these steps to make your very own string Easter eggs.
  1. Mix liquid starch and flour. To begin, add the liquid starch and flour to a bowl and whisk until the mixture is lump-free.
  2. Soak the strings. ...
  3. Wrap the wet strings around balloons. ...
  4. Hang the balloons to dry. ...
  5. Pop the balloons. ...
  6. Make a Garland.
23 Mar 2019

How do you make an Easter bunny out of paper plates? ›

How to Make a Paper Plate Easter Bunny - YouTube

How do you make a bunny out of paper plates? ›

Simply cut out a heart shape for the face and some bunny ears using contrasting coloured paper. Assemble the paper together to make a 'bunny face' and add some craft straw for whiskers. Complete the bunny with a pair of eyes and mouth, and affix to a drinking straw. Add the bunny to the paper plate and start playing!

How do you make an Easter bonnet out of paper plates? ›

How to make a paper plate bunny ear Easter bonnet
  1. 1 / 4. In the centre of a paper plate draw some bunny ear shapes as shown. ...
  2. 2 / 4. Colour in the inside of the ears with a pink pen, crayons or paint. ...
  3. 3 / 4. Fold out the ears out so they stand up.
  4. 4 / 4. Your bunny Easter bonnet is now ready to wear!
24 Mar 2022

How do you make Easter baskets out of paper plates? ›

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How do you make a butterfly out of paper plates? ›

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How do you make bunny ears? ›

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How do you make a paper plate puppet? ›

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How do you make a bunny mask out of paper? ›

How to make a Bunny Mask - YouTube

How do you make a Easter bunny hat? ›

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Why do we make Easter bonnets? ›

An Easter bonnet is any new or fancy hat worn by tradition as a Christian headcovering on Easter. It represents the tail end of a tradition of wearing new clothes at Easter, in harmony with the renewal of the year and the promise of spiritual renewal and redemption.

How do you make Easter baskets out of paper bags? ›

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How do you make a homemade Easter basket? ›

DIY How to make Easter Baskets - YouTube


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