10+DIY Easter day Decorations Ideas with Step by Step Guide 2020

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If you make DIY Easter day Decorations Ideas, it can always be much cuter and more durable than the one bought in the store. The following list contains 10 simple and pretty craft ideas for adults and children for Easter that are relatively easy to make. Whether you want to pep up something for your front door, need a unique centerpiece or want to beautify your home for spring – these handicrafts give your home a sweet touch. Our suggestions contain all the favorites you need for your DIY Easter decoration: flowers, eggs, grass, Easter bunny, candy, carrots and of course many beautiful pastel colors.

 DIY Easter decoration yourself

 DIY Easter decoration yourself

These ideas for crafting are child’s play and whether your living style is rustic, sweet, glamorous or old-fashioned, our examples are suitable for every taste. The guests at your Easter party will surely be impressed by your craftsmanship when you exhibit one of these homemade decorations. For this reason, just keep reading to discover great DIY Easter decorations step-by-step instructions. Make these adorable Easter artworks yourself and give your home a touch of spring.

Easter garland

Easter garland

  • 6 plastic eggs
  • Acrylic paint (various colors)
  • brush
  • cord
  • Hot glue gun
  • Pompoms (various sizes)
  • Buttons (various colors)
  • black felt tip pen
  • Craft foam (white, pink, orange, blue)
  • scissors
  • wooden skewers

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  • First, paint the eggs with the acrylic paints while each egg is skewered.
  • Then draw on three of the plastic eggs, eyes, nose, and whiskers
  • First, form rabbit ears out of the pink and white foam and glue them together.

plastic eggs, eyes, nose and whiskers

  • Then stick the pompoms on the back as tails.
  • Next, turn the remaining 3 eggs upside down and draw eyes on them again.

3 eggs upside down and draw eyes

  • Then cut rhomboid pieces out of the orange foam, which you fold up to form beaks.

rhomboid pieces out of the orange foam

  • Then cut out the wings from the blue and orange fabric and glue them together again.
  • The figures (rabbits and birds) can soon be attached to the cord by using the hot glue.
  • Finally, decorate the garland with bobbles and buttons.

Easter bunny made from toilet paper rolls

Easter bunny made from toilet paper rolls

  • Toilet paper rolls
  • Designer wrapping paper
  • Cardboard box
  • 2 pompons
  • Hot glue gun
  • Craft eyes
  • black felt tip pen
  • pencil
  • scissors
  • white foam for handicrafts
  • UHU craft glue

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  • First, mark a roll on the cardboard box with the pencil and then cut it out.
  • First, wrap the roll with the packaging paper using the craft glue.
  • Then draw 2 rabbit ears on the box and two smaller ears on the packaging paper and then cut them out.
  • Glue the smaller ears to the larger ones and attach the finished rabbit ears to the inside of the roll.

smaller ears to the larger ones

  • You can then glue the crafting eyes on the front together with a bobble as a nose.
  • Draw the whiskers around your nose and mouth.
  • Then cut out two teeth from the white foam and glue them on the toilet paper roll.
  • Finally, stick the other pompom on the back as a tail.

Make a carrot out of cord and paper

Make a carrot out of cord and paper

  • green paper strips
  • scissors
  • normal printing paper
  • duct tape
  • cord
  • Hot glue gun

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  • First cut the paper strips in even thinner fringes on the tops that will stick out from the carrot. You can combine light green with dark green stripes for a change.
  • First, flate the undersides to the left and to the right and stick the whole thing together with the adhesive tape.
  • Cut a sheet of printing paper in two to wrap the strips of paper.

thinner fringes on the tops

  • Then fasten it again with adhesive tape and wrap it in a cord. After you reach the top, you can cut the cord.
  • Use the hot glue to attach the rest of the cord.

Easter eggs with pearls

Easter eggs with pearls

  • Styrofoam
  • Acrylic paint
  • brush
  • Craft glue (Mod Podge)
  • Rocaille pearls
  • Wooden skewer

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  • First, skewer the egg, paint it with the acrylic paint and let it dry.
  • First, glue the rocaille to the egg with the craft glue and let it dry again.

Easter bunny from styrofoam

Easter bunny from styrofoam

  • Styrofoam
  • white and pink acrylic paint
  • white and pink foam for handicrafts
  • brush
  • Hot glue gun
  • Craft eyes
  • black felt tip pen
  • loop
  • 1 pompom
  • Wooden skewer

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  • First, skewer the egg, paint it in white with the acrylic paint and let it dry.
  • First, paint a tummy with the pink acrylic paint and let it dry.

egg, paint it in white

  • Then cut out two large rabbit ears from the white and two smaller ones from the pink foam. Repeat the process to shape rabbit feet out of it.
  • Glue the ears and draw toes on the feet, which you then attach all to the styrofoam with the glue.

styrofoam with the glue.

  • Next up are the crafting eyes on the front and nose, which you can cut out of the pink foam and craft.
  • Then draw the mouth and the whiskers with the felt tip pen and glue the bobble to the back.
  • Tie the bow and glue it between your ears.

DIY Easter decoration – egg cup made of toilet paper

DIY Easter decoration - egg cup made of toilet paper

  • Toilet paper rolls
  • crepe paper
  • Double-sided tape
  • Paper grass
  • decorative flowers
  • Hot glue gun
  • scissors
  • Paper knife
  • ruler
  • pencil

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  • First, divide the toilet paper roll into two by first measuring it with the pencil and ruler.
  • Then tape the parts with the double-sided adhesive tape and cut out crepe paper, which should be slightly larger than the roll itself.
  • Use it to wrap the toilet paper roll and round off the ends.

toilet paper roll and round off the ends.

  • Glue the flower where the two sides of the paper meet for additional stability.
  • Then fill the resulting cup with the paper grass as a nest, in order to finally position the Easter egg on it.

Braiding Easter egg

Braiding Easter egg
  • Styrofoam
  • Hot glue gun
  • Yarn (3 colors of your choice)
  • scissors

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  • Braid a braid from different thread colors.
  • Then glue the braid onto the egg using hot glue as shown in the photos.
egg using hot glue as shown in the photos.
  • Use it to decorate your home anywhere.

DIY Easter decoration-Pompom chick

 

DIY Easter decoration-Pompom chick
  • yellow yarn
  • orange foam for handicrafts
  • scissors
  • pencil
  • Craft eyes
  • Hot glue gun

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  • First, wrap the yarn around your fingers and cut off the ends.
  • Tie it well and cut it off in the middle so that you can make a big pompom out of it
middle so that you can make a big pompom
  • Glue the crafting eyes on it and cut out a small beak and the feet from the orange fabric.
  • Finally, attach them to the pompom with the hot glue.

Pencil badge for children

Pencil badge for children

  • pencil
  • Felt (various colors)
  • yarn
  • Hot glue gun
  • scissors
  • Craft eyes
  • little cotton balls
  • 1 pink pearl

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  • Again, make a pompom out of the yarn, as with the chick from the above craft.
  • Shape rabbit ears by cutting them out of the felt and sticking them together.
  • Then attach the ears together with the craft eyes and the pearl as a nose to the pompom with the hot glue.

nose to the pompom with the hot glue.

  • Then stick the cotton balls on the back as rabbit tails.
  • Finally, attach the finished figure to the top of the pencil using the hot glue gun.

Pen holder as a DIY Easter decoration

Pen holder as a DIY Easter decoration

  • Toilet paper roll
  • Cardboard box
  • UHU glue
  • Hot glue gun
  • Cotton balls
  • black felt tip pen
  • Craft eyes

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  • First, mark the height and length of the roll on the cardboard box and cut out the piece.
  • Then stick the paper roll on the cardboard box using the UHU adhesive.
  • Next, draw the bottom of the roll and two feet on the box, which you then cut out.
  • Then stick the bottom to the paper roll with the silicone adhesive.
  • Draw the toes on the feet with the felt pen.
  • First draw two ears on the cardboard box, cut out and attach to the back using the hot glue gun.
  • The cotton ball then also comes on the back as a tail, and the craft eyes to the front.
  • Finally, draw the mouth and the touch hair on the roll and place any pens in the holder.