Yarn Sheep

Yarn Sheep cover

What you need:Yarn Sheep
• Styrofoam ball
• Yarn
• Acorn
• White fleece
• 4 Toothpicks
• 4 Wooden beads
• Glue
• Scissors
• Marker

What you do:
• Cover the Styrofoam ball with yarn.
• Glue acorn to the ball. It will be the sheep’s head.
• Cut  ears and tail of your sheep out of the fleece.
• Glue the ears and the tail.
• Attach the toothpicks to the ball.
• Draw the face of the sheep with the marker.
• Insert the legs of the sheep in the beads.

Print Friendly

Watercolor Eggs

Watercolor eggs

What you need:Watercolor eggs1
• 2 Sheets of white paper
• Watercolors
• Brush
• Scissors
• Pencil
• Glue

What you do:
• Paint one of the sheets of paper with watercolors.
• Let it dry.
• On the back of the paper draw egg shapes.
• Cut the eggs out.
• Glue the watercolor eggs to the second sheet of paper.
• Display.

Print Friendly

Flower Wreath

flower wreath cover

What you need:flower wreath
• Cardboard 9 1/2″ square or larger
• Scissors
• Egg cartons
• Glue
• Acrylic paint
• Green construction paper

What you do:
• Cut a 9″ circle from cardboard.  In the center of this circle, cut out and discard a 5″ circle.  This is the form for your wreath.
• Cut  apart egg carton sections.
• Trim evenly.
• Make slits in the sections and bend away from the center.
• Paint the flowers with the acrylic paint.
• Let them dry.
• Glue flower sections to wreath.
• Cut leaves out of construction paper to glue to wreath.
• Display.

Print Friendly

Easter Crafts

Easter Crafts

Celebrate Easter by making some fun bunny crafts, decorating eggs in several different ways, or creating some pretty flowers for. Check out all of our Easter craft projects here.

Bunny Napkin Holder

bunny napkin holder cover

Fluffy Sheep

fluffy sheep cover

Yarn Sheep

Yarn Sheep cover

Watercolor Eggs

Watercolor eggs

Flower Wreath

flower wreath cover

Macaroni Sheep

Macaroni sheep cover final

Natural Dyes for Easter Eggs

Easter Eggs cover

Bird Nest

Bird Nest Cover

Decoupaged Eggs

Decoupage eggs

Egg Shell Frame

Egg Shell Frame Cover

Mushroom Egg

Mushroom egg

Easter Bunny

Easter Bunny Cover

Cracked Egg Candle

Cracked Egg candle cover

Broken Egg Vase

Broken Egg Vase

Little Chick

Little Chick

Chick Chat

Chick Chat

Egg Holder

Egg Holder Cover

Easter Grass

Easter Grass Cover

Fizzing Easter Eggs

Fizzing Easter Eggs cover

Print Friendly

Bird Nest

Bird Nest Cover

What you need:Bird Nest
• Paper bag
• Scissors

What you do:
• Cut lunch bag into half inch strips.
• Twist the bag strips.
• Tie every bag strip into knots and then tie them together.

Print Friendly

Easter Bunny

Easter Bunny Cover

What you need:Easter Bunny
• White Yarn
• Googly Eyes
• Glue
• Pink Fleece
• Pipe cleaners
• 1 White Pipe Cleaner
• 1 Muffin Liner (optional)
• Scissors

What you do:
• Make two pom poms (one is slightly bigger than another).
• Glue them together.
• Make arms and legs out of the pipe cleaners.
• Glue them to the body.
• Cut the ears and nose out of the fleece and attach them to the head of the bunny.
• Glue the googly eyes to the head.
• Cut the middle of the muffin liner and dress your bunny if it is a girl or leave it as is if it is a boy.

Print Friendly

Flower Basket

Flower Basket

What you need:
• Two paper plates
• Watercolor
• Brush
• Glue
• Scissors
Paper flowers

What you do:
• Color one plate with watercolor.
• Let it dry.
• Cut it in half.
• Keep one half for the front of the basket. (Recycle the other half, or save it for another basket.)
• Place the half-plate face up, as if you were going to eat from it.
• Cut away half of the inner part of the other paper plate, leaving the outer edge for a handle.
• Glue the lower edges of the paper plates together.
• Insert the paper flowers.
• This makes a basket full of flowers.

Don’t forget to vote for us DAILY! It only takes one click…

Vote for us 

 

 

Print Friendly

Bird in a Cage

Bird in a cage cover

What you need:
• An assortment of construction paper
• String or crochet thread
• Double-sided tape
• Plastic lids (Hummus container works great!)
• Small beads
• Double-faced tape
• Scissors
• Pencil

What you do:
• Cut 12″ x 1/4″ strips of paper .You will need four strips per bird cage.
• In the center of each paper strip, make a tiny hole .
• Draw a bird on one of papers.
• Cut out your bird, and make a hole in the center of it’s back.
• Accordion-fold a piece of paper to create wings.
• Make a hole in the body of the bird and insert the wings.
• Cut a 14″ length of string. Tie your bird to the end of the string, and the tie a not in the string 1.5″ above the bird.
• Thread the string through the holes in your four paper strips. Slide them down the string until they meet the knot.
• Secure the strips together (just above the knot) by running a small bead through the holes.
• Run a strip of double-faced tape around the edge of the lid.
• Take your bundled strips, and fan them out like a starburst. Stick the ends of the strips to the edge of the lid, keeping them evenly spaced.
• Cut a strip of card stock 1.5 inches wide and long enough to wrap around the lid diameter. If your lid diameter is greater than the width of your paper, cut two strips.
• Wrap the strip around the tape-covered edge of the lid. Press down and smooth with your fingers.

Don’t forget to vote for us DAILY! It only takes one click…

Vote for us 

Print Friendly

Decoupaged Eggs

decoupaged eggs cover

What you need:
• Plastic eggs
• Wire- 18 gauge- 3” length for each egg
• Tacky Glue
• Paper gift wrap with floral motifs- assorted
Mod Podge
• Sponge brush
• Ribbon-2 lengths for each egg
What you do:
• Bend wire in half.
• Dip the ends of wire into the tacky glue.
• Push wire ends into the egg, forming ¼” long hanger loop.
• Cut gift wrap into ½” squares.
• Apply an even coat of Mod Podge to egg in desired position.
• Press gift wrap square into glue.
• Brush top of gift wrap with Mod Podge .
• Repeat to apply additional gift wrap squares to egg, overlapping squares to completely cover egg. Let dry.
• Brush entire surface of egg with 1 or 2 coats of the Mod Podge . Let dry.
• Thread ribbon through hanger loop.
• Knot ribbon ends together to hang egg.
• Display your Easter Tree.

Don’t forget to vote for us DAILY! It only takes one click…

Vote for us

Print Friendly

Mushroom Egg

Mushroom Egg Cover

What you need:
• Red Felt
• Wooden or Blown Egg
• All Purpose Glue
• Round Cookie Cutter
• Scissors
• White Paint

What you do:
• Trace a cookie cutter onto red felt.
• Cut out the circle.
• Create mushroom cap by creating a wide cone.
• Paint white spots on the mushroom cap.
• Finish mushroom egg by gluing felt cap to wooden or blown egg.

Don’t forget to vote for us DAILY!  It only takes one click…

Vote for us

Print Friendly

Egg Shell Frame

Egg Shell Frame Cover

What you need:
• Wooden frame
Mod Podge
• Acrylic paint
• Sponge applicator
• Clean and dry egg shells

What you do:
• Apply a thick layer of mod podge to the wood.
• Break off little pieces of the egg shells and apply them to the glue.
• Once you’ve covered your frame, let it dry completely.
• Using your sponge applicator, paint the edges and the inside of your frame in the color of your choice.
• Very gently, apply paint to the egg shell surface.
• Let it dry.
• There you have it!

Don’t forget to vote for us DAILY!  It only takes one click…
Vote for us

Print Friendly

Spring Flowers

Spring Flowers

What you need:
• Styrofoam ball
• Q-tips
• Food coloring
•Bamboo skewer
• Scissors
• Glue
What you do:
• Cut the Q-tips in half
• Poke them into the Styrofoam ball.
• Once you are finished, mix up some water and food coloring.
• Roll the ball around in the food coloring until all the q-tips are evenly colored.
• Poke the bamboo skewer into the ball. You may want to secure it with a bit of hot glue.
• Display it.

Don’t forget to vote for us DAILY!  It only takes one click…
Vote for us

Pin It

Print Friendly