These teeny bunnies may seem like a small touch, but they make an adorable statement when they’re strung together. Get the tutorial at Clean and Scentsible.
Papier-mâché eggs mean you can reuse this colorful creation for years to come. Plus, it can do wonders for brightening your curb appeal. Get the tutorial at The House That Lars Built.
Give your napkins, dish towels, or table cloth a touch of Easter spirit with this iron-on little animal. Get the tutorial at Simple Simon & Company.
Hang your decorated Easter eggs on a sprigs of silk flowers for a festive “tree.” Get the tutorial at Peanut Blossom.
Believe it or not, these paper flowers are so easy to make, the kids can help! Get the tutorial at Classic Play.
Repurpose leftover paint chips as colorful Easter eggs. When strung across a chalkboard sign saying “Happy Easter” and placed on the porch, this easy homemade decoration provides a warm welcome. Get the tutorial at A Thoughtful Place Blog.
These gorgeous candy containers were created using Mason jars and ceramic figures from the dollar store. Get the tutorial at the Passionate Penny Pincher.
Paint a collection of Mason jars in cheerful pastel shades to use as centerpiece vases all spring long. Get the tutorial at Design Improvised.
It doesn’t get much more farmhouse-friendly than tire wall art-turned-wreath filled with dainty pastel blooms. The color contrast ups the cool factor, as well. Get the tutorial at The Craft Patch.
Drowning in leftover fabric from another Easter crafting project? Put patterned strips to good use—just brace yourself for lots of tying. Get the tutorial at Live Laugh Rowe.