Making an easter ornament is a great way to get crafty and enjoy time with your kids. It also makes a beautiful gift for someone special. You can use different types of paper and materials to make a 3D egg, or try a simple sewing technique to create an egg-shaped felt ornament!
Salt dough Easter egg ornaments are a fun project for the whole family. They’re easy to make and look really pretty! Simply mix up a batch of salt dough, shape cute springtime shapes and paint them with a color block technique.
These pretty ombre eggs in pastel hues are perfect for hanging on the door or displaying in a vase. A few sprigs of spring foliage and an Easter bunny will complete the look.
For a touch of shabby chic, these adorable fabric egg-shaped Easter ornaments will look wonderful on the tree. You can choose from a variety of floral and checked fabrics, and add ribbons to separate them.
An easy no-sew bunny wreath made of burlap is a great alternative to a traditional wreath for your door or window. To make this easy project, you need a bunny template and two pieces of burlap. Hot glue the edges together, fill with batting and add a plush tail. A bow tied with twine or embroidery floss will add a finishing touch.
Another easy no-sew project for the entire family is this Easter bunny-shaped bunting. Each bunny is shaped like a rabbit with a fluffy tail and painted in a different pastel color. You can even tie it to the ceiling for a dramatic effect!
If you’re looking for a more natural look, these faux quail egg ornaments are the way to go. They’re incredibly easy to make and they will look fantastic on your easter tree!
These pretty embroidered punch-needle pretties are a great way to decorate plain white napkins for the holidays. You can find them online or at your local craft store, and they’re a great way to dress up a table.
You can also use swatches of pretty fabric and sewed them onto napkins for a similar look. This simple craft will give your dining table a fresh and feminine feel, especially when paired with a bowl of freshly cut flowers or a pretty flowering plant.
A floral display is the perfect place to showcase a selection of narcissus flowers and rosemary sprigs for an elegant centrepiece at your Easter table. A trough lined with green moss and poking the flowers into the soil is a lovely option, and the narcissus will bring bright colour to the table.
To finish the look, you can tuck a name tag in the planter to help guests find their places at the table. A sprig of apricot or lilac scented spring foliage will add an extra touch of scent and softness to the display, while a few fresh or silk tulips can be added as an additional decorative element.