28 Cute DIY Easter Decorations to Welcome Spring

Looking for homemade Easter decorations? You've come to the right place!

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Sprinkle Some Fun/A Thoughtful Place Blog/The Casual Craftlete

Decorating for Easter should be easy and fun—not a complicated chore. Enter these super-simple DIY Easter decoration ideas. Think cheerful Easter colors, fresh spring flowers, and cute crafts that can double as decorations and gifts. From bunny garlands to outdoor Easter decor for your porch or patio, these homemade Easter decorations are certain to make your holiday a whole lot hoppier! (Be sure to to your Easter boards!)

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Brian Woodcock
Easter Egg Place Cards

Swap out paper place cards for these festive pieces instead. Get the look by using a small paintbrush to fleck (thinned with a bit of water) on undyed farm eggs. Once dry, handwrite guests' initials with a . Display on a nest of and twigs.

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DIY Candy
DIY Easter Bunny Garland

How about a homemade garland to hang in the doorway or above the dessert display at your Easter party? This free template makes it easy to create bunny shapes, and pom-poms are the perfect finishing touch.

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Jelly Toast
Easter Table Decorations

You put all that work into dyeing Easter eggs. Why not add them to your Easter table for a super-simple setting? Here, they add color to a flower arrangement in a double-walled vase, not to mention mark each spot with a monogram sticker.

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Brian Woodcock
Recipe Card Holder

Add some pizzazz to your holiday buffet or food table with some rustic branches fashioned together to display the names of your dishes. Craft these pieces by cutting a thin sliver in a small piece of wood; place atop and add moss and eggs.

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A Thoughtful Place Blog
Paint Chip Easter Egg Chalkboard

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.

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Pastel Mason Jars

Paint a collection of Mason jars in cheerful pastel shades to use as centerpiece vases all spring long.

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RELATED: Cheerful Ways to Use Mason Jars This Spring

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Easter Egg Wreath

This handmade wreath, crafted using moss, pastel Easter eggs, and flowers, signals to those entering your home that you're ready to celebrate spring!

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Simple Simon & Company
DIY Easter Kitchen Linens

Give your napkins, dish towels, or table cloth a touch of Easter spirit with this iron-on little animal.

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Sprinkle Some Fun
Bunny Wreath

Why settle for an ordinary store-bought Easter wreath, when you could craft this adorable, flower-covered bunny? This sweet fixture will be the perfect statement for your front door this holiday.

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The Casual Craftlete
Easter Floral Arrangement

You'd never guess from the look of it, but in the center of this arrangement is a handy vase that ensures your flowers will stay in place amongst the eggs.

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My Recipe Confessions
Reclaimed Wood Easter Bunny

Step up your crafting game with this woodworking project. You'll need access to a jig saw for this DIY, but don't let that intimidate you—even novice crafters can nail this one.

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Kelly Elko
Burlap Bunny Table Runner

Delight your friends and family this Easter with this adorable piece for your holiday table.

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Clean and Scentsible
Pom Pom Bunnies Garland

These teeny bunnies may seem like a small touch, but they make an adorable statement when they're strung together.

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Sand and Sisal
Easter Egg Topiary

The muted hues and elegant design make this piece the perfect springtime addition for for any space in your home.

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On Sutton Place
Burlap Easter Bunny Pillow

There's no sewing required for this one thanks to handy template provided in this tutorial.

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Crafty Sisters
Jelly Bean Topiary

Give your mantel or kitchen island some springtime flair with these easy-to-make, pastel pieces.

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Yellow Bliss Road
Cupcake Toppers

Leave no detail untouched! These miniature signs were made using free printables.

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Peanut Blossom
Easter Egg Tree

Hang your decorated Easter eggs on a sprigs of silk flowers for a festive "tree."

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Hobby Craft
Rabbit Ears

It doesn't get much easier than this: A couple of old wooden spoons, some felt, and paint, and you've got two cute bunny decorations.

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Happiness Is Homemade
Springtime Silhouettes

Give jars a cute makeover with silhouette stickers and a coat of chalk paint. Fill them with candy, baking mix, or DIY sugar scrub for a fun hostess gift.

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The Happy Housie
Door Decor

Eyelash yarn from the dollar store provides the look of grass for this adorable wreath.

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Passionate Penny Pincher
Candy Jars

These gorgeous candy containers were created using Mason jars and ceramic figures from the dollar store.

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The Cultivated Nest
Button Egg

Use pink, purple, and teal buttons in various sizes to create this colorful springtime art.

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Yellow Bliss Road
Easy Artwork

Grab this print-at-home Easter signage for free, throw in a frame, and you're done!

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Home Bunch
Easy Easter Centerpiece

This Easter centerpiece idea couldn't be easier to pull off—just fill a glass vase with dyed eggs and a few flowering branches from your backyard.

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Frances Janisch
Jordan Almond Wreath

Egg-shaped Jordan almonds make an especially sweet spring decoration.

Step 1: Take a , and beginning with the inside circumference, hot-glue the almonds in place, overlapping a few of them to add dimension.

Step 2: Continue in a circular pattern until the entire front and inner and outer edges of the wreath are covered.

Step 3: Hang with a sturdy piece of cotton ribbon, or oversize rickrack trim as shown.

To store the wreath, wrap it in paper, place flat in a box, and keep in a cool, dry spot. It should last for one to two years.

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Frances Janisch
Easter Centerpiece

To create this spring chicken—and bunny—hot-glue two pom-poms together, using the smaller tool to make the head and the larger for the body. From craft felt, cut out small black and white circles for the eyes and pink petal shapes in two sizes for the bunny's ears. Use for the nose and beak (just trim the orange pom-pom into an oval shape). Separate a one-inch length of into strands, and knot it in the middle for bunny whiskers. Adhere everything with little dabs of hot glue (place the smaller items with tweezers), then nestle the completed figures in a box filled with wheatgrass—found at most farmers' markets and florists.

RELATED: How to Make a Pom-Pom in 5 Minutes

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crepe paper easter bunny
Frances Janisch
Easter Bunny Decoration

Why throw out old party decorations? A generic can become an Easter bunny with the addition of craft paper ears, eyes, and whiskers, pom-poms for the nose and eyes.

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