Cute and stylish DIY projects to try for the upcoming Easter

The initial signification for Easter, the religious one, has pretty much lost its importance. But this doesn’t mean that this holiday is any less important. In fact, it’s nice that these have these fun traditions that make the day more fun and beautiful. And to truly enjoy Easter, your home needs to get festive as well. Here are some very lovely DIY projects that you might like to try out this year.

Framed wreath.

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Let’s start with the entrance where a wreath would look very beautiful. This is actually a framed wreath. It can be made with moss and a vintage picture frame. For the decorations you can use Easter eggs in different colors and with different patterns. They shouldn’t be real eggs of course.{found on dejavucrafts}.

Tree.

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Here’s another interesting idea for a decoration. It’s a wool-wrapped Easter tree. Christmas is usually the time for trees but this doesn’t mean you can’t use them for Easter too if you want. This tree is perfect for hanging decorated eggs. It should actually be a branch that looks like a tiny tree. You’ll also need a vase or a pot to hold it, some wool, scissors and some sand to put into the vase.{found on site}.

Felt bunny.

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If you want to make something truly cute for this Easter then these felt bunnies would be a perfect choice. The materials needed for making these irresistible bunnies are thread, wool, felted sweaters or a wool blazer, stuffing, wool bits and mini brads for the eyes. You’ll also need a pattern. Pin and cut the bunny pieces and then cut the years in a contrasting color. Stitch the bunny, pinch the ears and then start adding the base. Stuff the bunny and finish stitching. Then add the eyes and it’s all done.{found on purplepetunialife}.

Flower basket.

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Here’s how you can make a flower basket for your decorated Easter eggs. You’ll need a woven basket with a handle, silk or satin fabric, a hot glue gun, ribbon and artificial flowers of leaves. Cut the fabric into a circle with a diameter 3 times that of the basket and then line the inside of the basket with the fabric and add glue. Then glue ribbon at one handle end and wrap the handle. After that, glue the flowers of leaves onto the basket.{found on marthastewart}.

Spring grass wreath.

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Here’s how you can make a spring grass wreath. You’ll need a square of grass and you need to cut out the middle. Then take some plastic eggs, paint them and decorate the grass frame with them. Then take a picture frame, paint it if you want and complete your wreath. Add a bow and you’re done.{found on thecsiproject}.

Pinwheels.

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Another fun project could be to make fabric pinwheels. These ones are made of fabric and fleece. You can alternate the fabric and the color to create beautiful visual effects. In case you decide to use fleece. Don’t forget to iron the fabric piece to the fleece. You can put your pinwheels in a small bucket or container and fill it with moss or grass.{found on sewandthecity}.

Candle holder.

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For the Easter table or for the mantle you could make some lovely votive holders. To make them you’ll need aluminum wire, glass beads, stems, candles and end caps. Start by placing the glass beads onto the wire and then curl the ends. Make a circle with a single stem and mark the end cap. Then attach wire with glass beads and add the votive.{found on site}.

Washi tape eggs.

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Every year around Easter, the same problem appears: decorating the eggs. Each year you want to make something special but no ideas come to your head and you end up just painting the eggs. Well, not this year. Here’s how you can make washi tape Easter eggs. Use tape in different colors and shapes to decorate the eggs. They should be at room-temperature.{found on lovelyindeed}.

Eggs decoration.

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Here’s another great DIY project for Easter. This is what you have to do. First take the egg without boiling it, wash it and make a hole on the top and bottom. Then blow as hard as you can on the top hole. Rinse the egg when it’s empty and follow the pattern from the picture. When you’re finished with that, take a piece of ribbon and make a knot. Take a very thin crochet needle or long needle and put it through the egg.{found on lvlyblog}.

Luxury eggs.

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If you want, you can also decorate your Easter eggs with something a little more sparkly. Just take the egg (it should be at room temperature) and then put a little dab of hot glue on the back of each rhinestone and place it on the egg. You can use tweezers. You just have to decide on a pattern and to follow that.{found on lovelyindeed}.