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60+ Adorable Budget Easter Craft Ideas That Can Be Made With Dollar Store Supplies

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DIY Dollar Store Easter Decorations

Easter is the perfect excuse to get crafting for Spring. The weather is getting warmer, flowers are blooming, and people are cheerful and hopeful. You can make decorations such as an Easter candle, or what about a yarn-wrapped bunny to hang on your front door.

There are a plethora of ideas out there, and you can choose the one that's right for you. Many of these ideas won't need special supplies, and you may already have the supplies lying around your home from leftover craft projects such as scrap wood which can be turned into adorable bunnies. You can also check local dollar stores, which are choc-full of budget-friendly supplies for your crafting needs. Check out these DIY Dollar Store Easter Decorations for inspiration.

Easter Candle

If you want to make a fun Spring centerpiece, then try making this super easy Easter Candle Made from a flower vase and topped off with a bubble bowl. Add your own decorations. Use styrofoam Easter eggs with a smaller glass inside to hold the candle. This will look great on your table all throughout Spring.

Jute Pinwheel Bunnies

How cute are these jute pinwheel bunnies? They are super quick and super easy to make.


  • Thick jute cord
  • Hot glue gun
  • Scissors
  • Fabric


  1. Begin by hot gluing the end of your rope and fold it over.
  2. Now place hot glue on the outside edge of your jute rope and start coiling around to form a pinwheel.
  3. Keep doing this until you have the size of the bunny head you want.
  4. For the ears, cut two pieces of jute the length you want.
  5. Hot glue to the back of your bunny head and attach both ends of the jute to form an ear shape.

Yarn Wrapped Bunny

To make this bunny, you can draw a bunny shape onto cardboard and cut it out. Then use hot glue to wrap a chunky yarn in the color of your choice around it. You can add other details once complete, such as a bow, by also using hot glue to attach it.

Easter Basket Ideas

If you are looking for adorable Easter basket ideas, then why not try this creative idea for a large Easter basket outdoors. Use a hula hoop, plastic bucket, stuffed large peep, and of course, Easter grass.

Easter Centerpieces

How cute are these simple centerpieces? Simply just head to the dollar store and find some bunny figurines and let your creativity take the lead. You could even add some battery-powered lights for an extra ambiance.

Bunny Wood Block

Never has a piece of wood looked so cute! This is a craft you could do with the whole family since it isn't too labor-intensive. Watch the video below for a visual DIY!

Easter Topiaries

Defy gravity with these amazing egg topiaries! Anyone who comes to your front door will get into the Easter spirit, no doubt.

Bunny Planters

How cute are these bunny butts? For this craft, all you'll need are: carrots, a wood crate, pom pom, felt feet, bunny ears, and a marker. You could even use a bunny stuffed animal.

Easter Wreaths

LIke the topiaries, these wreaths on your front door would look amazing. You could take this idea in so many different directions, and all of them would be just as festive as the next.

More DIY Easter Decorations

Recycled Easter buckets made with large cans of tomato sauce, fruit, or beans. Bunny cans can be done on a littler scale with soup cans or tomato sauce cans. Spray paint cans, then use miscellaneous items to decorate cans to create a bunny face. Use foam to cut out two ears, googly eyes, and a pom-pom for a fluffy tail. Fill with your favorite Easter Goodies-- these were filled with spring pencils, play dough, egg-shaped chalk, bubbles, and a couple of pieces of chocolate.