Fancy crafting some fab Easter decorations in time for April? We’ve got you covered! We gathered 63 easy DIY Easter decorations in a range of different crafts, styles and difficulty levels so you can find one that suits you. Since this time of year is all about bunnies, kick off your Easter making extravaganza with our little felt rabbit above.
Your easy DIY Easter decorations
Ombre is not just a hairstyle, it looks really great on Easter eggs too. Try this Easter egg dying project by the ladies from Oh So Very Pretty.
Upcycle an old bucket with My Sisters Suitcase‘s easy tutorial.
After your Easter brunch, don’t throw away those eggshells. Hello Glow shows you how to you can use them to make these fab Easter candles from them.
DIY outdoor Easter decorations are the best since that’s where the Easter hunt often takes place! This one by Confessions of a Serial Diyer will attract all the all-important Easter bunny to your yard.
Look What I Made’s blog is full of easy DIY Easter decorations like these adorable concrete and copper bunnies.
We love Made in a Day‘s DIY tassel Easter egg decorations. It’s one for those of you that love the boho macramé look.
Continuing the pom pom hype, make some and decorate your Easter tree with The House That Lars Built’s tutorial.
Wake up your inner florist with a spring wreath. Check the tutorial on our blog.
Go vintage this Easter with this wooden Easter bunny by Craftideas. Print out the template and let’s make!
Craftberry Bush combines two spring essentials – flowers and eggs. So simple and yet so beautiful.
Arranging an Easter party? Then this DIY Easter party idea is for you. Oh Happy Day shows you how to make your own mini Easter egg piñatas and we absolutely love it.
You know how much we love Litle Red Window‘s handmade decorations, so we had to include her Easter bunny eggs. As always her tutorial is super easy and super cute.
This little fella will make a great companion for Easter weekend. Check out the tutorial on our blog.
The porcelain china looks on these eggs is a must this Easter. Plus it’s super easy, The Casual Craftlete says all you need is paper napkins, white eggs and glue.
Keep it simple this Easter with Brittany‘s tutorial for these origami chicks.
Throwing an Easter party? Then Pizzazzerie‘s bunny tails drink stirrers are an absolute must!
Here at Mollie we love these DIY floral Easter decorations. Get inspired with Wallflower Kitchen‘s tutorial and pop these fab Easter bunnies around your home and garden.
Create this fab DIY Easter centrepiece and make your table blossom. Follow the tutorial here.
We love those DIY Easter ideas that are seasonal and practical at the same time. Cue We Are Scout‘s chalkboard eggs! Place them around your house and leave positive notes on them.
Welcome spring with these cute and free printables by Christina Maria.
Aki’s easy bunny ear headband can be worn all year round. Make yours using scrap fabric from your stash and follow her tutorial here.
Decorate your front door with this floral bunny-shaped wreath by Sprinkle Some Fun. DIY outdoor Easter decoration sorted.
Easter egg vases are becoming our fave DIY Easter table decorations. Make these golden eggs by 79ideas and add some glow to your table.
Hang up Country Living‘s Easter bunny shade to your window for a touch of spring.
Simple but effective DIY spring table decoration – check out Mandi Johnson‘s slogan eggs on her blog.
For all the crochet fans out there, craft those little carrots and make a DIY Easter garland. Find the tutorial on Hobbycraft‘s webpage.
The Best Ideas for Kids‘ DIY Easter ornaments are the ideal craft to make with little ‘uns this Easter.
Cross stitch hoops = super easy DIY Easter decorations! Check out our 47 spring cross stitch charts to find your next projects.
KC Coake‘s DIY Easter egg garland embraces everyone’s fave spring pastels.
Check out Crafting Cheerfully‘s tutorial for fabric Easter egg decorations. It’s a great stash-busting craft that uses up all those tiny pieces of spare material.
Craft Passion shows you how to decorate some plain plastic eggs with this oriental sakura design.
Warm your breakfast eggs with these fuzzy egg cosies! You can find Stella Melgrati’s Easter decoration ideas on our blog.
Stay eco-friendly over Easter and decorate your table with BirdsParty‘s DIY faux grass placemats.
There’s no easier and quicker way to craft an Easter decoration than putting together a bunch of plastic Easter eggs. Find some inspo on Kelly Elko‘s blog.
You need just three things for Fabulous Places‘ super easy napkin rings.
Bring Easter to your garden with My Recipe Confessions‘ wooden Easter eggs.
Make an Easter centrepiece with Creative Juice‘s simple tutorial.
Does this fab Easter bunny garland seem familiar to you? You may recognise Laura Maxell’s cute Easter decorations from our blog.
Karin Lidbeck‘s DIY Easter/spring centrepiece will bring some natural style to your Easter table.
Spruce up your dining table with Crafts Beautiful‘s easy-to-make bunny bunting!
Looking to upgrade to your kitchen accessories? Craft these Easter bunny Mason jars with The Decorated Cookie.
Jazz up your front door with A Pumpkin And a Princess‘ DIY egg wreath.
Lia Griffith‘s felt bunny garland is everything we need this Easter.
We all have to store those Easter sweets and chocolates somewhere, so why not follow our tutorial for these handy bunny jars?
If you prefer a more minimalist approach then make Kaley Ann‘s decorated eggs. All you need are a box of eggs and a non-toxic white pen, and you’re ready to craft.
This centrepiece is so easy to make – follow Le Robins Nest‘s simple photo tutorial and bring some plants to your table.
No balloons, no party. Make sure your party has the best decorations with A Kailo Chic Life’s giant bunny balloons.
Go minimalist with this year’s Easter decorations with Life is a Party‘s monochrome Easter inspo pics.
Let’s be honest, Sugar and Charm‘s Easter egg dying idea is a project for the super patient… but the textured Terrazzo-style result makes them worth the wait.
These Easter pom poms are on our blog and would be fab to make with kids.
Call the kids and craft some easy DIY Easter decorations together! Find this easy peasy tutorial by Andreja here.
If you have a spare wooden palette hanging about in your garden, then make So Much Better With Age‘s wooden Easter sign.
Britanny‘s DIY Easter egg wreath is life and absolutely essential for Easter. We just love those colours!
Add these felt bunnies into your Easter gifts this year. Print out Molly and Mama‘s template and make these felt Easter decorations.
You know how much we love pom poms and spring is the ideal excuse to make some floral ones! Try this DIY tutorial by Honestly WTF at home in front of the TV.
There’s no simpler way of decorating your eggs than just splashing colour over them. Plus it looks pretty fun. Use Squirrelly Minds‘ tutorial and get splattering.
Style Me Pretty‘s DIY eggs are made from seeds, so even our little garden buddies can celebrate with us this Easter.
We love multi-purpose projects and Mom Spark‘s colourful felt Easter eggs can be made either as decorations or as little pouches where you can hide sweets and candies for your little ones.
Try some seasonal decoupaging with Homes to Love‘s tutorial.
Flax and Twine‘s shredded nests can be made using the packaging and filler that comes in your parcels!
Paper flowers always make easy DIY Easter decorations, especially when you make a whole bunch. You can find a whole post full of tutorials for different species of flowers on our blog.
Wanna keep your Easter decorations simple? You can find lots of easy to make Easter decorations on our blog including these crochet Easter eggs.
And to finish this round-up off, here’s Paper & Stitch‘s DIY spring table decoration. We’re totally down for these pinky colour tones and big blooms.
We hope that our 63 easy DIY Easter decorations have given you some inspo and made you are ready to make some homemade Easter decs. If you make any of these projects, don’t forget to tag us in a pic on Instagram, Twitter, or post it on our Facebook wall.
Is our round-up of 63 easy DIY Easter decorations still not enough? Check some of our other Easter projects on our blog.