Easter is maybe one of the most joyful holidays you can spend with your family and if you love home decorations, we have great ideas for you! Because Easter is getting closer this year we gathered a few fun and easy DIY projects whether you want some simple crafts for the kids or you like something you can do on your own (and still look amazing). Have fun crafting and enjoy your holidays!
1. Looking for something to occupy your kids with? Look at this cool Framed egg!
This is a great craft for kids – take two blank pieces of paper and a lot of colorful straps. Glue them on one piece of paper and make a circle in another one. Put one on top of another and voila – a perfect, colorful framed egg! Simple right?
2. Looking for a new way to decorate your eggs? Meet Mr. Egg!
Here’s how you can simply decorate your eggs and give them a true character (or two)! Dip half of the egg in color and take a thin tip pen to decorate the other half; this can be fun for your kids too! You can make funny, surprised and even sad faces, or draw members of your family and your egg basket will be full of nice personalities.
3. Don’t want to spend more then 3 minutes on decoration? Bunny Ears are a perfect solution for you!
This is a great DIY project for you and your children – cup with ears! Just make cute bunny ears out of pink and white paper, staple them or glue them onto a plastic cup and you’ll have a great holder for sweet treats!
4. Want to get some serious crafts done? Try making an Easter welcome wrath!
How about saying hallo to Easter for a change (as we regularly do with Christmas)? This nice wreath can easily be made out of plastic eggs and an old frame, or you can use some of your own ideas and make more creative welcome wreath. Add chicken feathers, fluffy rabbit tails and cute egg baskets and whatever you create, be sure to have fun doing it!
5. Need some recipes for an Easter lunch? Try Bunny watermelon!
This craft seems a bit more difficult but we promise it’s delicious! Take a watermelon and cut it to look like a rabbit, stuff it with all sorts of fresh fruits (along with watermelon pieces) and your Easter fest may begin! Bon appetit!
To celebrate your Easter even better, make some fantastic photos that you can easily turn into canvas later. In this way you will save that joyful time spent with your family and have a great memory of those precious moments.Google+