Spring and Easter will soon be here and you know what that means: craft time! It’s time to break out those craft boxes, head to the craft stores, and start making all the adorable Spring and Easter decorations you can. I can’t let a holiday pass me by without making something for my home. I am, however, a little obsessed with decorating and crafting so maybe I’m the only one that feels this way. If, by some shadow of a doubt, I’m not, check out these adorable spring crafts that you’ll love. I’ll probably see you at the craft store later buying all the supplies.
1. Spring Burlap Art
A piece of burlap, a stencil and some fabric paint is all you need to whip up this adorable and handmade piece of art this spring. The rustic look is perfect for your farmhouse or vintage style, and you can even use a frame you already own!
Find the easy tutorial at Debbie-DebbieDoos.com.
2. Button Art
This sweet craft is a perfect afternoon activity to do with your little ones, or for a solitary activity! The spring-colored buttons are overlapped and glued into an egg shape, atop a neutral background yardstick. Frame and enjoy!
We found this adorable idea at ACultivatedNest.com.
3. Robin’s Egg Speckled Vase
Gorgeous robin’s egg blue is nearly synonymous with Spring! These mason jars have been transformed with the help of chalk paint and some strategic speckling, then wrapped in jute twin to give it that perfect post-winter feel. Fill with babies breath and enjoy!
See how simple this craft is at YesterdayOnTuesday.com.
4. Stenciled Burlap Bunny Plaques
When it comes to Easter and Spring decor, I’m a sucker for bunnies with fluffy tails. These little pom pom tails look so cute on these burlap banner plaques. The colors are also perfect for spring decor and will really brighten up your home.
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5. Spring Kitchen Linens
Again, those little fluffy tails on these kitchen linens are just about the most adorable thing, ever. The best thing about these linens, though, is that they require virtually no sewing! I don’t know how to sew, so I hate it when I find a craft I love that involves sewing. All you have to do here is iron on this design, then hand stitch the tail on. Easy enough for me!
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6. Zinnia Flower Pine Cones
This is an unexpected spring craft that doesn’t involve bunnies, eggs, chicks, or carrots, and, for that, I kind of love it. These are actually pinecones turned upside down and painted to look like flowers! How clever is that? It creates a beautiful centerpiece for the entire Spring season. No dead or dying flowers here, please.
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7. Felt Easter Bunny Wreath
Okay, I may be slightly obsessed with this gorgeous wreath. I mean the colors, the yarn, the felt, the bunny, the flowers…I could go on and on about everything that makes this wreath so perfect. It’s simply beautiful and I cannot wait to make one for my own door. It’s guaranteed to put anyone that comes to your home in a cheery mood.
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8. Easy Spring Banner
For those of you out there that aren’t incredibly crafty and prefer the more simple, easy crafts, this is the perfect spring banner for you. Literally all you have to do is find some fun, spring themed paper that you love, then cut out the shapes you want and hang them up. It’s really that simple, but still looks fun, cute, and very Spring-y.
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9. String Art Craft
Nail art has become such a popular piece of decor and craft project as of late probably because it’s a new and unique way to display something some art. You can make this adorable string art for Spring and Easter that not only updates the seasonal decor, but makes your decor look more modern, as well.
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10. Easter Bunny Wreath
This is another incredibly simple craft that pretty much anyone can make. It’s also really adorable! I just love how fluffy it is. All you need is a wreath form, some bunny ears, and some feather boas and you’re ready to get your craft on. When you’re all finished hang it on your front door, on the walls inside, or rest it on your mantle. No matter where you put it, it’ll look great and get your home ready for the Easter season.
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11. Easter Egg Inspired Vases
Why not use some Easter decor in some of your everyday items that you have around the house, like these Easter egg vases? I’m sure you probably have some vases out already with flowers or succulents in them. For an easy and fun switch for the Spring season, decorate some vases to look like Easter eggs. They look really cute and make a fun statement.
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12. Easter Egg Banner
No holiday is complete (at least in my eyes) without a cute, decorative banner. I love this Easter egg banner because it’s colorful and three dimensional, making it more interesting to look at. I love that the eggs are mounted on some pages from an old book. It really makes the banner look more crafty and fun.
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