I just love Easter and if you’re like me then you’re itching to decorate and get crafty. Today I’m sharing with you all some beautiful Easter projects to inspire your creativity. All of these bloggers share great tutorials for their projects but I think so many of these ideas could be applied in many different ways so let the inspiration help you create something you love. I said I’m sharing 15 in the title but I’m going to keep updating the post as I come across more inspiring Easter projects.
DIY Easter Cards with Cricut Joy
Charynn from Pineapple Paper Co. made some gorgeous Easter cards with her Cricut Joy. I love how easy it is to make cards with the Cricut Joy. Easter isn’t usually a card-sending holiday for most but right now I feel like putting extra effort into all of the holidays and sending a card is a great way to spread a little joy.
Jenny from Everyday Jenny has a tutorial for how to make a cute bunny sign. I love how to stained wood plays with the colors of the felt flowers. You can personalize the colors of the flowers to match your decor.
The Tomb was Empty SVG
This free The Tomb was Empty SVG by Gjoa from Special Heart Studio is awesome and could be used to make a shirt like she did or to make something else like a wooden wall sign or door decor.
Felt Bunny Banner
This Felt Bunny Banner by Brandi from Creative Cutting Classroom is too adorable. She walks you through the tutorial step by step and even has a video to show how to do the blanket stitch around the edges. I love that she used bright colors like the Peeps bunnies but you could totally customize your banner by picking felt in whatever colors you want.
Personalized Easter Egg Pails
Aren’t these personalized Easter Pails adorable? These look like smaller pails like you would use on an egg hunt but you could totally apply this idea to a larger pail for a personalized Easter basket for your child.
Colorable Easter Cards
One super creative project that I adore are these Colorable Easter Cards by Melanie from It Happens in a Blink. These would be super fun to have sitting on your Easter table as a little surprise for your kids to color while they wait for the meal to begin or you could put a few of these with some treats into a fun little surprise basket to leave on a friend or neighbor’s front porch.
Felt Easter Egg Craft
Mariah from Giggles Galore made the cutest Felt Easter Eggs with her Cricut Maker and they are awesome! You could cut out a bunch of eggs and decor pieces from felt, add in a few little pom poms and let your kids go to town making a bunch of cool egg creations. You could also use this same idea and make your eggs into a fun bunting, decorate a pillow with them, or use them in a whole bunch of other ways.
Rae Dunn Inspired Easter Eggs
I love these Rae Dunn Inspired Easter Eggs that Cindy from DIY Beautify made. They are super simple to make and yet so chic.
Simple Easter Banner
The Cricut makes making banners so simple and quick that you can make beautiful banners like this Simple Easter Banner by Amy from The Happy Scraps. I love that she showed how to make a beautiful, neutral banner but you could totally make a banner using materials in whatever color scheme you like.
Happy Easter Y’all
Charynn from Pineapple Paper Co. has this awesome free Happy Easter Y’all SVG that you can use to personalize all kinds of things. You could use it to make wall decor, a pillow cover, a t-shirt, or really anything you want.
Layered Easter Egg
Gjoa from Special Heart Studio actually doodled this Easter Egg design and then made it into an SVG to share with everyone for free! I love the intricacies of this one and how you could use the design on a variety of projects.
Easter Bunny Treat Bags
Kim from The Celebration Shoppe took these plain little bags and made them into such cute personalized treat bags.
He is Risen Banner
The bright colors of this He is Risen Banner by Amy from The Happy Scraps make me so happy. I especially love how she layered everything in with the gold.
Kids will absolutely adore these Bunny Cupcakes by Mariah from Giggles Galore. It’s such a fun way to make simple cupcakes a lot more festive.
Carrot Treat Boxes
Nancy from The Better Life Blog completely blew my mind with these adorable Carrot Treat Boxes that she made. You could fill these with your favorite jelly beans or those mini Cadbury eggs.
Easter Monogram SVGs
Speaking of Easter SVGs, Cori from Hey, Let’s Make Stuff has an Easter Monogram SVG bundle for sale in her shop that you could use to make beautiful personalized Easter baskets.
I hope this round-up of projects gives you a few ideas to help inspire you to make some Easter projects of your own!