Happy Easter Week! I don’t know about you guys, but for me Easter ties with Christmas as one of my two favorite holidays. Every Easter Week I become more and more joyful leading up to the big day.
If you’re anything like me, though, you might still have some last minute things you need to finish before this Sunday. If that’s the case, you’ve come to the right place! I’ve got 10 Easter crafts for you this week for Wednesday Roundup.
Let’s get hopping! =D
These little sacks are so cute and I love that they’re a bit vintage-looking. They would be great for holding party favors or a special basket item – perhaps the cross necklace or bath bombs I have listed as numbers 7 and 9 later in this post!
This garland is really festive and super easy to make. The littles can even help! Alissa uses liquid starch and flour as her glue, but you could also use a diluted mixture of craft/school glue and water.
Isn’t this basket precious? The instructions are really thorough and there are lots of pictures to walk you through the process, as well. It’s perfect for kids of any age, or you could make one to set out as a decoration or centerpiece.
This sweet softie really is so sweet! It’s a perfect basket gift for the younger littles. The pattern is included as a download in this tutorial, as well as plenty of pictures and detailed instructions. It looks so snuggly!
I know it’s called an Easter wreath, but I think this would actually be pretty all Spring. If you have a lot of trees in your yard this is a great way to get rid of all those pesky fallen limbs, but you can also purchase bundles of them at craft stores.
So cute and so simple! As we all know, some crafters (*raises hand*) tend to hoard craft/scrapbook paper, so this would be a good project for you if you’re a paper hoarder who’s trying to get out some last minute Easter cards.
I would have loved to have gotten these bath bombs in my Easter basket as a tween/teen girl. Actually, let’s be real, I still like bath bombs. =P If you’re trying to put together a basket for a girl around that age, consider making these and getting a candle with a scent that coordinates with the essential oil you choose.
What an awesome decoration to symbolize what this holiday is all about. If you have older kids, let them help you make this and use that time to talk about the meaning of Easter. If your kids are too young to help, you can still use this as a good visual aid to help tell the story. Have the stone covering the opening so that, when you’re finished talking, they can roll away the stone to find the tomb empty.
The first thing I thought when I saw this was “My husband is definitely going to want one,” so I showed it to him he immediately said “I want one!” =) This would be a great Easter gift for teens or adults. In fact, I want to make one for each of us.
I can’t wait to do this! Who knew that you could dye eggs with silk?! There are so many good tutorials floating around the interwebs on different ways to dye or design Easter eggs, but this is by far the coolest.
I hope you enjoy these fun crafts and that you all have a wonderful Easter! As always, leave me a comment to let me know what you think, and remember to e-mail me pictures of the completed projects if you want your handiwork featured here on Stella Crafts.
Lots of love,
Song of the day: God’s Not Dead (Like A Lion) by NewsboysThis is a great song for Easter! If you haven’t heard it, you should definitely give it a listen. Also, if you haven’t seen the movie God’s Not Dead, watch it! It’s on Netflix, folks! ❤