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13 Insanely Cute and Cheap DIY Easter Ideas

Insanely Cute and Cheap DIY Easter Ideas
Written by Irina Vasilescu

Brighten up your home with these colored and spring themed Easter decorations that cost almost nothing to make! Start your spring fresh and the rest of the year is bound to follow the precedent you set.

1. Bunny Bread Bowl

Tempt your kids to healthy soup or stew this Easter by serving it up in Easter Bunny Bread Bowls. It takes a little extra preparation, but at least you can be sure of them eating more than just chocolate!

Bunny Bread Bowl

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2. Hatching Hard-Boiled Eggs

If you have a little time on your hands and want to make the whole family laugh, try cutting funny legs and feet from carrots. Poke holes in the eggs for the legs, and you have an edible Easter chick decoration for the breakfast or lunch table.

Hatching Hard-Boiled Eggs

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3. Bunny Flower Pot

You can buy inexpensive handmade bunny flower pots, but they’re so easy to make yourself. Some fluff, some felt, some spray paint, a terracotta pot, and some glue, and you’re all set. These little guys are sure to bring Easter smiles along with them.

Bunny Flower Pot

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4. Eggshell Place Card Holder

When preparing for an Easter party, most of the cakes you bake require eggs! But don’t throw away the eggshells; keep them to decorate your table. All you need is eggshells, peat, some dainty sprigs of foliage and a bit of imagination! Let your guests take them home as gifts.

Eggshell Place Card Holder

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5. Cotton Tail Bunny Garland

If Easter is around the corner, it means kids will need party decorations and games too! So why not just DIY some of them? It’s also a great opportunity to involve your kids. A cottontail bunny garland is one of the sweetest and easiest decorations around, and all it requires is some paper, yarn, and glue. It’s affordable and fun!

Cotton Tail Bunny Garland

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6. Yarn Easter Egg Decoration

Easter is not the same without surprise eggs! The alternative to chocolate eggs is to make your own, handmade yarn eggs. These cheap and fun DIY eggs can be made in no time using balloons, a glue mixture and yarn.

Yarn Easter Egg Decoration

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7. Bunny Wreath

How about using some old wreaths to make a gorgeous, inexpensive bunny decoration for your door? This idea is just adorable to make for your own home or as an Easter gift for someone you love. The Easter wreath needs a few supplies, but it is very easy to make.

 Bunny Wreath

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8. Bunny Wall-Art

Bunny wall art is a fun addition to your Easter decorations. For those of us who are trying to avoid sugar and chocolate, a minimalistic Easter can still include the Easter Bunny. You can print the bunny shape and then use paint or crayons to color it for a more spring themed look.

Bunny Wall-Art

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9. Wire Bunny Decoration

I am really no good at geometry, but this little napkin ring wire bunny seemed like an inspiration for the perfect table setting. I found my eye-catching bunnies easier to make than I expected. Finding the right wire for the project took longer.

Wire Bunny Decoration

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10. Easter Egg Balloons

Easter egg balloons can do the trick when decorating an Easter party in your backyard! For this DIY, you need some balloons, paint, and imagination. It’s simple, affordable, time-saving, and efficient!

Easter Egg Balloons

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11. Burlap Table Runner

And what goes great with a bunny-themed Easter party? An Easter table runner with bunnies! Get felt, hot glue, and pom poms to make the bunnies and enjoy celebrating this holiday with the loved ones!

Burlap Table Runner

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12. Easter Pillow

Your home can use a few more fun DIY Easter decorations and you’re ready for an easy project. Try this Easter bunny pillow that doesn’t require sewing!

Easter Pillow

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13. Bunny Napkin

And another lovely idea is to learn how to fold a napkin into a bunny-shaped napkin! With this tutorial and some colored napkins, you will have awesome table decoration without costs!

Bunny Napkin

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Insanely Cute and Cheap DIY Easter Ideas

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Irina Vasilescu

Irina Vasilescu is our money-saving and DIY expert and also the editor-in-chief as she's always on the lookout for the latest online deals.

7 Comments

  • This ideas are super cute and affordable looking. I actually don’t throw an Easter party but loved the ideas. I got a friend who is a mom though and would love these! So I am going to show her. Great post.

    • Right?! I really liked the bunny napkin idea. Even if you put up bare minimum decorations and do the little bunny napkins, it would really push the Easter theme. And how expensive could napkins really be? I’m not even very crafty but I think even I could pull off that little origami bunny trick in the video. Super cute idea.

  • I really like the bunny wreath, and I am planning to send the link to this page to my best friend who has two little girls, as I know for a fact that it is something that they would really love to make. They are having a party over the weekend and they were going to do something crafty, so I will hopefully be able to give them some ideas by pointing them this way. Lots of people think that wreaths are only used at Christmas, but this is not the case at all, as seen here!

  • Thanks for this post! They re so so cute and affordable! I am planning on making a wreath with the flowers out back in my garden. Now I know how simple it is to make one look like a bunny. I just hope that mine comes out as cute as the ones in this post. I do have some white ribbon that would kick it up a notch!

  • wow your blog is something else it sure has awesome diy that are life saving cute i couldn’t help but pin them on my pinterest page ,keep the good work up would sure recommend you to my friends i love you life hacks and those ballons are are coming up on my birthday

  • Damn, I wish I had seen those bunny napkins before, they would have been great for Easter lunch! I’ll make sure to use them someday, though, they’re just too cute to throw away.
    Same goes for the wall art and the yarn decorations, they’re simple yet very creative. I absolutely have to save them for next year (but I’m sure they would work great for a kid’s birthday, too).

  • Wow, these are really great! I missed easter this year so I’ll bookmark this page so that I can use it next year, my family will love it! Thank you so much!

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