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3 DIY Easter Decor Projects to Make This Spring

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Alyssa loves celebrating holidays and making fun crafts. She is a wife and mom who drinks a lot of coffee!

Spruce up your home this spring with these three quick and easy DIY easter crafts.

Spruce up your home this spring with these three quick and easy DIY easter crafts.

Celebrating Spring

What better way to celebrate warm temperatures and spring sunlight than by making cute DIY Easter decorations? These three crafts are easy to make and will get your home ready for the Easter bunny's arrival. Each craft can be made using simple household materials, some of which you may already have lying around. Happy crafting!

3 DIY Easter Decorations

  1. Fluffy Bunny Wreath
  2. Easter Egg Tree
  3. Floppy-Eared Blanket Bunny
Make a DIY bunny wreath to light up your living room this Easter season.

Make a DIY bunny wreath to light up your living room this Easter season.

1. Fluffy Bunny Wreath

Is it a holiday without a wreath? I think not. This fluffy bunny wreath with light up your home with cuteness. Below the instructions, you'll find a photo gallery that illustrates the steps in this process to help you follow along.

Materials Needed

  • Two wire hangers
  • Silver garland
  • Floral wire
  • Easter string light or a string of LED lights
  • An old shirt or a bow tie
  • Needle nose pliers
  • Wire cutters
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue gun
  • Two twist ties


  1. Shape one wire hanger into a small circle. Cut your other wire hanger in half and shape the ears. Attach the ears to your circle using your pliers.
  2. Begin wrapping your garland around your wire. I find it easiest to hold the beginning piece and wrap the garland on top of itself to secure it in place.
  3. Continue wrapping the garland until all the wire is covered.
  4. Wrap your string lights around your bunny. I started at the top of the head and worked my way around.
  5. If you have a bow tie, you can secure it to the bottom of your bunny using the two twist ties. If not, you can easily make one from an old shirt.
  6. To make your bow tie, lay your shirt out flat. Cut the back side of the shirt along the seams.
  7. Set the rest of the fabric aside. Lay your cut fabric out flat.
  8. Fold your fabric in half, hot dog style. Cut the fabric down the side to make your edges even.
  9. Fold in half once more, hamburger style. You will have a small to a medium-sized rectangle.
  10. Using your hot glue gun, glue the edges together.
  11. Pinch your fabric rectangle in the middle to create a bow. Tie an extra strip of fabric around the center to hold it in place. Cut off any excess fabric.
  12. Flip your bow, so the knot you created is facing you. Slip two twist ties under the knot.
  13. Secure your bow tie to your bunny using the twist ties.
  14. Create a hook to hang your bunny wreath using the floral wire.
  15. Hang up your bunny wreath and enjoy!
Easter egg tree

Easter egg tree

2. Easter Egg Tree

This is a cute and fun decoration that would be beautiful on a mantle or as a table centerpiece. Below the instructions, you'll find a photo gallery that illustrates the steps in this process to help you follow along.

Materials Needed

  • Branches
  • Vase or container
  • Yarn or Easter grass
  • Plastic Easter eggs
  • Decorative ribbon
  • Dental floss
  • Scissors
  • Beads, optional
  • Other decorative items, optional


  1. Place a little bit of yarn or Easter grass in the bottom of your vase. I filled about a quarter of my vase with yarn.
  2. Arrange your branches in your vase. I used four branches from my yard.
  3. Place a few plastic Easter eggs in the vase for decorative purposes. This also helps keep your branches loosely in place.
  4. Open your plastic egg and string dental floss through the two holes in the top. Close your egg and tie it to a branch. Repeat this process until you have the desired amount of eggs on your tree.
  5. Add a few finishing touches to your branches for flair. You can add beads, light necklaces, thread, plastic flowers, etc. The possibilities are endless! I added some copper thread to the bottom of my branches for a subtle sparkle.
  6. Arrange a few extra eggs and yarn or grass around your branches to fill the top of your vase.
  7. Tie a decorative ribbon around your vase. You can create a fancy bow if you like. To create mine, I wrapped my ribbon around my vase, making sure the tails of the ribbon were even. I tied a tight knot to secure it. Then, I started creating loops, carefully twisting the bottom. I created two loops on each side and secured them with a twist tie. Below, I've shared a great tutorial on how to create a fancy bow.
  8. Display your easter tree on a mantle or as a table centerpiece.
Bunny-eared blanket bunny

Bunny-eared blanket bunny

3. Floppy-Eared Blanket Bunny

When I was in first or second grade, I made the cutest washcloth bunny for Easter. I remember loving the craft and treasuring my little bunny. I wanted to recreate that magic in a new way. Because I didn't have any extra washcloths that would make a cute bunny, I decided to use an old blanket to create something new, and this floppy-eared blanket bunny craft was born! It's so easy to make and takes less than five minutes.

This soft bunny would be adorable on the couch, or you can give it to your child to cuddle at night. Below the instructions, you'll find a photo gallery that illustrates the steps in this process to help you follow along.

Materials Needed

  • Blanket
  • Large rubber band
  • Decorative ribbon or Mala beads


  1. Unfold your blanket and lay it flat.
  2. Starting at one corner, begin folding the blanket in on itself toward the middle, a little at a time. Repeat on the opposite corner so that you have two long sections in the center.
  3. Fold the blanket in half and lay the ears next to each other in a 'V' shape.
  4. Turn the blanket, so the ears face you and fold it once again.
  5. Gather your ears and wrap the rubber band around them to hold them in place.
  6. Wrap a decorative ribbon or Mala beads around the ears to hide the rubber band and give your bunny interest.
  7. If you don't plan on reusing your blanket in the future, you can hot glue googly eyes on as well as pom-poms for the nose and tail.
  8. Enjoy your floppy-eared bunny!


Laurinzoscott from Kanab, Utah on March 30, 2020:

You are wlcome keep writing!!! Great stuff

Alyssa (author) from Ohio on March 30, 2020:

Thank you!

Laurinzoscott from Kanab, Utah on March 29, 2020:

Very informative article and oh my...Its right around the corner...great one!!!

Alyssa (author) from Ohio on March 28, 2020:

That sounds like so much fun!

Kyler J Falk from California on March 27, 2020:

We opted out of DIY Easter this year. Instead we have a giant, hollowed out Easter bunny head that we are going to fill with all sorts of goodies. A bit like a pinata but covered in fur. I can't wait to watch my son dump it all out. Not looking forward to the clean up, hahaha!

Alyssa (author) from Ohio on March 16, 2020:

Thank you Jason! Have a wonderful week!

Jason Nicolosi from AZ on March 14, 2020:

Hi, Alyssa, I love your crafts. You're so talented. I absolutely loved the DIY bunny wreath! Simply, effective, cute. Just a super great idea. I'm looking forward to the next project. Nice job!

Alyssa (author) from Ohio on March 14, 2020:

Thank you, Lora! It's so important to me to find ways to make crafts unique and easy to create. I think it's awesome to use things you already have on hand versus going out and spending a lot of money on supplies. I'm glad you liked these ideas. :)

Alyssa (author) from Ohio on March 14, 2020:

Hahaha! I agree, Rochelle. Your move, Bill.

Alyssa (author) from Ohio on March 14, 2020:

Haha! Thank you, Bill! I appreciate it :)

Alyssa (author) from Ohio on March 14, 2020:

Thank you so much Pamela! I hope you are enjoying your weekend!

Lora Hollings on March 11, 2020:

Lovely and unique crafts, Alyssa. I like the creativity that you display in using items that you can collect from your yard and those that we already have readily available. I love the tree with the branches and the blanket bunny. Thanks for sharing!

Rochelle Frank from California Gold Country on March 11, 2020:

Cute ideas, and I think Bill should try the fluffy bunny wreath.

Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on March 11, 2020:

I'm just here to show support. There is no way in the world I'm doing this. I know you'll understand. :)

Pamela Oglesby from Sunny Florida on March 11, 2020:

I love all your creativity. Your crafts are so good and they add such a nice touch to the holidays. All of your pictures clearly explain how to make each work of art, Alyssa.