Aaster feels like a breath of fresh air after a long, snowy winter. Along with its religious significance to Christians, Easter is a celebratory time that ushers in the sense of positivity, joy, and much-needed cheer. But before it's time to open up gifts and dig into your ham dinner on Easter Sunday, decorate your house with pastels, fresh florals, and adorable accents fit for the holiday.
To help you get started, we've found the quick and easy Easter DIY ideas. You'll find that some of these ideas are more traditional, while others lean heavily on whimsy, colour, and all things sweet. So, if you want to tap into all that this spring holiday has to offer, decorate your house — indoors and outdoors — with a mix of the traditional and the unexpected. All of which are customizable and super easy to make.
#1 DIY Easter Tree
If you think trees should only be decorated for Christmas, think again. For centuries, Germans have made a tradition of decorating trees for Easter, called "Ostereierbaum." The Swedes have their version,"Påskris," where they string eggs and feathers around trees. Today, whether store-bought or DIY, Easter trees have become a staple in households around the world as centrepieces, mantel displays, and outdoor decorations. Please make your own with a vase full of twigs or branches and hang decorated Easter eggs from them for a festive holiday display.
Read: 15 DIY Easter Trees That'll Make a Bold Statement Anywhere in Your House
#2 DIY Fresh Flower Wreath
Spring into the season with a DIY wreath that's easy, affordable, and of course, very pretty. Your guests will feel the warmest welcome when a bright and beautiful craft greets them. You could even get the kids involved to make not only an elegant creation but also lifelong memories they'll carry with them forever. The DIY wreath is made with fresh greenery and assorted seasonal flowers. Make it and hang it on the day of your meal.
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#3 Cracked Easter Eggs
It's just not Easter without fun, colourful eggs, and this year, and I suggest you break out of your shell — literally. Twist your egg-dyeing tradition by adding a crackle effect to the edible part of your eggs. After all, it's what's on the inside that counts, right? The process is easy, and your Easter guests will be completely wowed. Just follow the simple steps to make your beautiful eggs.
Read: How to Make Crackled Easter Eggs
#4 Simple Centerpiece
Of course, you might be wondering: Why do you need to dress up your table, anyway? After all, you've already spent hours dyeing eggs, laying out Easter baskets, and picking out cute gifts and outfits for the kids. Well, for starters, dressing up the table can get you into the Easter spirit. They can also remind your family and children that you take a holiday seriously and reflect a certain amount of thoughtfulness and care. It's as easy as placing small arrangements of spring flowers on a white tray. Look for colourful blooms like tulips or hyacinths. Fill in spaces with dyed eggs, and you're done!
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#5 Printable Easter Sign
You can print off a ‘Happy Easter’ sign for extra Easter cheer. Hang it above your front door to welcome people in and brighten up your day! All the Easter printables will help make your Easter fabulous without you having to spend any extra money. They make incredible decorations around the house and can also be a fun activity for kids on those still cold spring days.
Read: 10 Free Easter Printables
#6 Paper Egg Centerpiece
Make a too-cute Easter centerpiece for just pennies that kids and adults will adore. Simply cut out egg shapes from construction paper and decorate using ribbon, markers, and stickers. Hang the eggs from a collection of pussy willow branches held in a vase or bucket.
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#7 Springtime Door Decoration
If you want to give your facade a quick and easy makeover for spring, the front door is a great place to get started: a cheerful wreath, fresh welcome mat or colorful plant can instantly make a tired entrance look more inviting. Kick off the season with these simple door decor projects.
Read:40 Stunning Spring Door Decor Ideas
#8 Easter Bunny Mason Jar Candy Favors
These adorable silhouette jars will tickle your Easter guests. Cut bunny-shaped stickers with your craft cutter and apply them to the side of a Mason jar. Paint all over with a matte or chalky finish paint and let dry. Remove the stickers carefully. Fill the jar with chocolate eggs, and then add a sweet bow to the jar.
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#9 Pretty Lush Grass-Filled Easter Basket
Grow your own wheat or rye grass for this natural basket. Fill a flat container with potting soil and spread seeds on top. Keep it in the sun and water it regularly for 10 days. When the grass has grown, simply place the container in a basket and decorate as you choose. Skewers of marshmallow chicks are a fun idea. Add a brightly colored bow.
Read：32 DIY Easter Decorations and Crafts Way Better than Dyed Eggs
#10 DIY Twine Carrots For Your Easter Table
This project couldn’t be easier. All you need are newspaper, tape, artificial grass, twine, and a little orange paint. Scrunch newspaper and mold it into a carrot shape with tape. Tape some artificial grass together and add it to the top of the carrot. Wrap twine around the carrot and paint in various shades of orange for a natural look.
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#11 Simple Burlap Easter Bunny Craft
This is an easy project with very little sewing. Lay out two layers of burlap fabric and cut into rectangles. Use scissors to cut a V shape for the ears. Sew the edges together, leaving the top open. Then turn the bunny right side out and sew down the ears. Fill the burlap bunny with something heavy (beans or rice) and tie the top closed.
Read：DIY Burlap Easter Bunny
Alan an Easter-inspired crafternoon and put your DIY skills to liven up your home with an Easter wreath, transform ordinary eggs into pieces of art, and make a statement with colorful flower arrangements and centerpieces. Whether you're going out for a fancy Easter brunch, hosting your family and friends, or staying in for some Easter-themed movies, these 20 decorations will be sure to get you and your home in the 2021 springtime spirit.
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