Easter is such a pretty time of year! The sun starts to warm up, the flowers begin to bloom, little bunnies and baby animals appear everywhere. Best of all…. it’s EASTER! If you’re looking for the most unique DIY Easter ideas (that are easy) then keep on reading! From desserts to decor and gifts, these are some incredibly cute DIY Easter ideas for you! Be sure to follow us on Facebook here for constant ideas.
DIY Easter Ideas
Aren’t these just the cutest?
It’s so easy!
Great for kids of various ages – everybody ends up with the same amount of eggs in their basket. Saving this idea!
Must try – Cute, colorful, and festive.
Plant Jelly Beans and magically grow Lollipops! MUST TRY this with the kids!
Pre-made wreaths are expensive! Use this tutorial for a cute DIY Easter wreath that will last all through spring!
Use crushed up Oreos, strawberries, and orange candy melts to create a perfect Easter dessert (that looks completely gourmet!).
How’s this for creative? A DIY Easter egg wreath using balloons and pastel yarn. MUST TRY!
9. Tulip Peeps Bouquet
This is my kind of Easter bouquet! It’s made with PEEPS marshmallows and tulips from the dollar store. Saving this…. (source no longer available)
What a neat idea!
Made with crescent rounds. So cute!
My kids are going to love these!
What a GREAT idea! Must try.
This is an awesome recipe! The spinach dip is tasty, and super easy to make. The bunny presentation looks amazing and could not be any easier. The instructions are spot on! My family loved it.
This is so neat!
Looking for a fun fast Easter treat to make with the kids? These bunny paw thumbprint cookies are very simple and are made from a cookie mix. Kids love them.
Easter cheese ball idea – how neat!
This is so neat! Must try…
I love this so much! The pastel colors are so cute for spring.
An Easter treat that doesn’t require any baking. I love this!
22. Candy carrots
So easy! Can you believe these are made with Twizzlers, licorice, and candy melts?
Cute and simple way to display utensils!
So adorable! A cardboard box, some Easter grass, a big Easter bow, and you’re set!