21 Easter Crafts That Are Sweeter Than Chocolate Bunnies

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Get creative and make some Easter crafts with someone you love. Here are the best crafty ways to spread Easter fun, from carrot gift pouches to bunny bags and pom pom crafts! While there are a few bunny-themed crafts on this list, there are lots of other cute things to make, as well.

Here is my curated list of the best DIY Easter projects online.

Carrot Surprise Balls

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Have you tried the surprise balls trend yet? Unrolling a pretty crepe ball with treats and surprises is so much fun. Make this Carrot Surprise Ball for Easter morning excitement!

DIY Chinoiserie Easter Eggs

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These Chinoiserie style easter eggs look hand painted and delicate but they are actually very easy to make using Mod Podge and paper napkins! Learn how on the Alice & Lois blog.

DIY Easter Gnomes

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Cute gnomes are perfect for any time of the year! You likely already have some or perhaps even all the materials you need to make this fun and easy DIY Easter craft in your house! Learn how to make cute sock gnomes for Easter!

Pocket Bunnies

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Have you been looking for a tiny little felt bunny pattern to sew? These bunnies use the tiniest felt scraps and are so fun to make. They can be strung onto necklaces, tucked into Easter eggs, or hanging out in an overall pocket.

Donut Bunny Cups

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These bunny treat cups are made out of to go cups. Decorate them with felt and paint pens, then fill them with mini donuts or popcorn! Perfect for parties, kids crafts, or just sharing an Easter treat with someone you love!

DIY Chick Craft

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With a few supplies, you can create adorable Easter chicks that will be perfect for home decor or gifts. Believe it or not, these fuzzy headed friends have foam dice inside!

Wooden Spoons Easter Craft

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Are you looking for a fun and creative way to upcycle your wooden spoons and make something fun for Easter? Look no further than these fantastic wooden spoons crafts! Transform your kitchen utensils into stunning works of art with our easy DIY decorated wooden spoons.

Easiest Bunny Bag Ever

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Turn paper lunch sacks into bunny treat bags with just a few scissors snips. A quick and easy way to make your next movie night even more fun! Make them with brown, white, or colored bags. You could use these as simple Easter baskets filled with plastic eggs and Easter grass. Read the tutorial.

Pom Pom Easter Eggs

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These fluffy easter eggs will last all year, even if you drop them on the floor! Learn how to make clever pom pom easter eggs, even striped eggs, polka dot eggs, and eggs with tiny hearts!

Washcloth Lamb Softie

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These washcloth lamb softies are a no-sew project to include in your handmade gift basket. It’s a charming craft you can make together with kids too!

Button Necklace Craft

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Use buttons and string or embroidery floss to make a darling button necklace perfect for someone young or young at heart. It’s another craft you can make with kids!

Felt Carrot Candy Pouch

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These felt carrot candy pouches are so cute and are a GREAT beginning sewing project to make with kids! Felt is the perfect fabric for projects like this because it is sturdy, doesn’t fray, and sticks to itself, so you only need to use a few pins.

Crepe Paper Floral Crown

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Crepe paper is an inexpensive material that you can do so much with. Make beautiful crepe paper floral crowns for someone you love!

Easter Bath Bombs

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These cute Easter egg bath bombs have a surprise inside! Scented with coconut Epsom salts and made with coconut oil, they make bath water soft and luxurious.

Easy Sheep Softie

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This free sheep softie pattern is so much fun; fast and easy to sew. The simple shapes would make it a great sewing project for kids and the size makes it perfect for hugging.

Pom Pom Bunnies

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I don’t know what could be sweeter than these fluffy white pom pom bunnies! Learn how easy it is to make DIY pom poms with yarn and then turn them in to tiny critters.

Spring Chick Oreo Pops

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Gather some kids around and let them help you make yummy Easter treats. Nothing could be sweeter than these adorable spring chick Oreo pops. Yellow candy melts and candy accents bring them to life!

Paper Carrot Gift Boxes

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Looking for a last-minute crafty gift idea for treats? All you need to make these paper carrot gift boxes is orange paper, green yarn, and a hole punch. Pluss some sweets to put inside, of course!

DIY Lamb Hair Bow

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Use yarn and some faux leather to make fabulous Easter hair bows that are not bows! This free tutorial from Heather Handmade shows you how to make bunny bows, sheep bows, and regular bows too.

Sweet Bow Headbands

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With just a few fabric scraps, some fold over elastic, and 5 minutes of sewing, you can make sweet bow headbands for girls, teens, and yourself!

Spring Wreath Pillow

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If you have a Cricut Maker, put it to good use and make this beautiful Welcome Spring pillow designed by Heather Handmade. I love the three dimensional felt accents!

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