Make fantastic Easter decorations with glitter! Vary the pattern by dotting and brushing the Easter eggs with glue in a variety of ways. You can also sprinkle with glitter in different colours to achieve beautiful colour variations. An easy Easter craft with spectacular, sparkly results! Tip: Before sprinkling the eggs with glitter, place them on a sheet of paper so that you can easily gather up the excess glitter.
Decorating eggs is an essential Easter tradition! Panduro's permanent markers adhere well to eggshell and come in lots of beautiful colours, so you can make your own unique Easter decorations. Jazz up your Easter eggs even more with sparkling sequins and confetti. Then simply hang them in the Easter bouquet or arrange them on the Easter table as decoration.
Make colourful Easter eggs out of pearl dough! Even very young children can help out with this wonderful Easter craft. The dough contains tons of little beads and has a soft texture that's easy to work with. Make everything from Easter rabbits to Easter chicks using polystyrene eggs as a base, and then hang them up in the Easter bouquet as decoration!
Make sugary sweet morsels for Easter! Let the children help roll balls of sugarpaste and marzipan to make adorable Easter rabbits and chicks. A fun, easy and delicious Easter craft for all ages!
Add sparkle to Easter with glittery feather flowers and Easter eggs! This Easter craft is easy, but so striking. You only have to brush on a little glitter glue to create incredibly beautiful decorations for your Easter bouquet, or to arrange on your table.
Instead of decorating the Easter bouquet with real feathers, you can make your own elegant paper feathers! To make these gorgeous Easter feathers you will need thin paper; origami paper is perfect. Fold the feathers just like a fan - accordion-style from one edge to the other. Tip! Use the same technique to make pretty leaves for decoration in other seasons.
Fold and cut out beautiful Easter figures from paper! It's the same technique you would use to make snowflakes out of paper, but instead, the result is adorable Easter chicks, rabbits and owls. Make beautiful Easter decorations out of paper art. If you like, you can also write guests' names in the middle and use them as place cards.
Make a super cute paper garland as an Easter decoration! The templates make it easy to cut everything out - from Easter eggs and paper feathers to rabbits and chicks. The perfect fun Easter craft to make with children! Use the figures to decorate your Easter bouquet or to make a garland of pennants for your Easter party.
Make spring's loveliest pastel-coloured stearin candles with dip wax! When you dip the candles in wax, the wax adheres to the candles and forms a beautiful matte finish. The more pigment you use, the stronger the colour will be, and the more times you dip the candle, the more opaque the wax will be. These lovely pastel-coloured candles are the perfect addition to an Easter table setting, and you can even add waxed eggs in the same pretty pastel hues.
Make your own Easter world with downy little Easter chicks and fuzzy mini mice! Using the wooden sticks and windows in the miniature kit, you can build an adorable miniature chicken coop. Then simply bring in the little hand-felted mice and pastel-coloured chenille chicks and enjoy Easter!
Welcome sunny springtime with colourful birds made of Hama beads! Here, we've worked with the smallest tube beads from Hama. With Hama Mini beads, you can create detailed designs in lots of beautiful colours. These charming beaded designs are also the perfect Easter decorations. Hang up the birds in your Easter bouquet, or from a beautiful branch from the garden.
Learn to make a stylish macramé feather! This huge yarn feather will be about 45 cm long. It's the ultimate Easter decoration, of course, but it's also a wonderful interior design detail for your home any time of year. Macramé is so much fun, and once you've figured out the knots, it's hard to stop. Our fluffy feather is made with just one knot, so even if you're a beginner, this is a must-try DIY project!
Make a charming wreath for Easter in beautiful pastel hues! The base of the wreath is a metal ring, which you decorate with fuzzy pipe cleaners, pompoms and cute wooden figures. Use a hot glue gun to glue everything together. Just remember that the tip gets very hot. This simple Easter craft looks strikingly beautiful on a wall or door.
Surprise your guests with an eggstraordinary Easter table setting! First, empty the eggs and paint them beautiful colours. Then write silly Easter messages on little notes, and hide them inside the eggs like a fortune cookie. Set the Easter table with your surprise-filled eggs and have guests crack open their eggs to read the messages inside.
Make dazzling, colourful Easter eggs! You can use food colouring to dye drained eggs, and hard-boiled eggs that you will serve with your Easter meal. We used the tie-dye technique to create beautifully variegated Easter eggs. Tip! The paper towel you use to dye the eggs will also end up looking lovely - you can use it for another Easter craft, like cutting out pretty feathers.
Make your own beautiful, unique needle-felted Easter eggs! Needle felting is easy to do and it's so much fun. Use polystyrene eggs as a base for your Easter eggs and poke with the felting needle repeatedly, to shape and felt the wool around the egg. The more you stick in the needle, the more dense and even the wool will be. Then roll up little pieces of wool in different colours, or use yarn, and felt it in place to make a pattern.
Make soft, woolly yarn eggs to hang in the Easter bouquet! Let the kids help with this fun Easter craft. It's easy to make yarn balls of all sizes with a pompom maker. It's also much faster than cutting out cardboard circles! Simply trim the yarn to shape your yarn balls into colourful Easter eggs.
Eggs in every colour of the rainbow are an Easter essential! You can use food colouring to dye drained eggs, and hard-boiled eggs that you will serve with your Easter meal. Pick a few flowers and leaves and use egg dye to create pretty plant designs on your eggs. We used ivy and ferns. You can also try dipping the egg in a series of different dyes, or combine different colours in a single cup for a slightly more muddled result.
Baa! Baa! Make a felted lamb! With some wool and a felting needle, you can make this adorable lamb for Easter. Needle felting is easy to do and it's so much fun! Start with a polystyrene base and poke the felting needle into it repeatedly, to shape and felt the wool around it. The more you stick in the needle, the firmer and more even the wool will be.
Instead of decorating the Easter tree with real feathers, you can make your own beautiful paper feathers! Thin tissue paper is perfect for making ethereal Easter feathers. We've also painted the paper a little bit, to create a beautiful speckled effect. Make a few feathers and use them to decorate the Easter tree, or wrap the feathers around a lovely branch.
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