Easy Homemade Easter Party Crafts: Decorations to Favors!

Goodness! Is that Easter hopping our way? Yes, before you know it, it will be Easter Party time and all those cute decorations and favors still need to be made. Thankfully, there’s a treasure trove of ideas from party-planning and decor-crafting Moms before us. So we’ve gathered these 24 adorable and totally doable Easter Party projects – from centerpieces, garlands and Easter baskets, to party signs, napkin accents and party favors. So, choose your crafts and hop to it!

Easy Easter Party Centerpieces

When pressed for time, an eye-catching centerpiece is the go-to element for getting your Easter table party ready.

Easy Easter Party Centerpieces

Play around with foam egg-picks, mini terra cotta pots, paper grass, paint and ribbon to create adorable Easter egg topiaries (1) like these. Or gather a colorful egg bouquet (2) using plastic eggs, wooden skewers, wide ribbon for a flouncy bow, and a vase you already have.

Go for a natural spin with a carrots and flowers centerpiece (3) that’s literally just those 2 elements in a clear vase or jar. Or grow your own springtime grass centerpiece (4) with catnip or wheatgrass in lovely hobnail vases – then tuck in painted blown eggs or tiny toy bunnies.

Sources: 1 – Dollar Tree / 2 – Ms. Not So Perfect / 3 – Love Grows Wild / 4 – Kelly Elko (Eclectically Vintage)

Easter Garlands to DIY

Another way to get an instant springtime vibe for your party is a cheery Easter garland. See these adorable examples with bunny rabbits, carrots, pastel confetti, and eggs.

Easy Easter Party Garlands

To make this cute-as-can-be Easter bunny garland (1), take the easy way with adhesive-backed felt bunnies with pompom tails and string them on baker’s twine. Or why not a carrot Easter garland (2) assembled from paper cones, tissue “leaves” and baker’s twine, too?

Get a “springtime boho” vibe going with a fringe pennant garland (3) like this one, paired with 2 other garlands of colorful confetti and plastic eggs. Or craft a 3D Easter egg garland (4) by gluing together egg shapes cut from pretty scrapbook paper and stringing them on thread.

Sources: 1 – Crafts Unleashed / 2 – Honest to Nod / 3 – Tell Love and Party / 4 – Sticky Tiger Co. UK

Pretty Easter Favor Packaging

Whether to give as party favors or as Easter gifts for friends, neighbors, or your kids’ playmates, you’ll love these cute and creative packaging projects.

Pretty Easter Favor Packaging

Stitch up some DIY felt bunny favor bags (1) with embroidered faces and glued-on ears. Or transform paper treat cups into the sweetest bunny and chick treat cup favors (2) filled with jelly beans or other candies.

Using the ever-popular mason jars, craft these DIY speckled Easter egg candy jars (3) to hold mini Cadbury eggs or your choice of sweets. Or from plastic egg-halves, assemble these darling little Easter egg tea cups (4) to fill with goodies or trinkets.

Sources: 1 – Hello Wonderful / 2 – All Crafty Things / 3 – No Biggie / 4 – Morena’s Corner

Crafty Easter Basket Ideas

See how to decorate store-bought containers with extra Easter-pretty trimmings or construct unique baskets entirely out of paper!

Crafty Easter Basket Ideas

Simply dress up any available basket with washi or other decorative tape (1) to make it ready for the party or Easter egg hunt. You can also use other ready-made containers to turn into delightful Easter baskets, like these dollar store plastic pots (2) with rope handles added, or metal buckets (3) from the hardware store, spray-painted then embellished with paper names, Easter cutouts, and ribbons.

If paper crafting is your thing, try these DIY paper Easter baskets (4) in super bright colors for a mod, geometric look. Then, fill them with your choice of gifts and treats.

Sources: 1 – Harry and David / 2 – Curbly / 3 – Small Fry and Co. / 4 – Merriment Design

Handcrafted Easter Party Signs

Set the springtime mood in your home or party venue with these charming DIY wooden signs.

Easter signs to make

Say hello to arriving party guests with an adorable Happy Spring sign (1) like this one, that can cheer up your home all season long! For your party activity, create this darling Easter egg hunt sign (2) that’s actually part of an entire printable party set.

While if you’re into crafting signage from scratch, check out this Easter subway art sign (3) made with stenciled letters and actual mini fabric bunting, and an equally sweet DIY stenciled Easter sign (4) with pastel-colored lettering.

Sources: 1 – Ribbons and Glue / 2 – Happy Thought Co. UK / 3 – CraftOManiac, via Tatertots & Jello / 4 – The Happy Scraps

DIY Napkin Accents for Spring

Next to a themed centerpiece, napkin trims are probably the easiest and most eye-catching way to get your table setting party ready.

Easter napking accents

Nothing like some darling bunny napkin rings (1) in burlap to add a sweet rustic touch – whether made from scratch or using store-bought bunny rings just dressed up with felt and pompoms. Or tiny toy rabbits glued onto wooden rings (3) and spray-painted gold, for an elegantly whimsical look.

Spring blooms, of course, are perfect for adorning napkins. You can do this through floral art napkin rings (2) made with a Cricut machine (or free hand!) and wrapped around colored napkins. Or you can create gorgeous paper flower DIY napkin rings (4) as shown, or opt for fresh, silk or dried flowers as embellishments.

Sources: 1 – Must Love Home / 2 – 100 Directions / 3 – Craftberry Bush / 4 – Crafts Unleashed

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