5 Must Make Spring and Easter DIYs

These Spring and Easter DIYs are budget friendly ways to add super cute handmade decor to your home! Which one will you make first?
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Hey friend, are you looking for some cute Easter DIYs to make? Look no further because I'm sharing 5 of my very favorite Easter crafts today!

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5 Easter DIYs to craft

If you've followed me for any length of time, you'll know I love a good craft! I enjoy the bigger projects, like adding a faux brick wall or painting my fireplace, but sitting down to work on a pretty craft is very rewarding (and usually is faster and easier too!).


I've put together 5 of my favorite Easter projects that are quick and fairly easy to make. Some include video tutorials, but all include full step by step tutorials, so to see the details make sure to click on the blue links below.

Vintage Inspired Drop Cloth Carrots

These drop cloth carrots are a brand new DIY for 2022. They have a vintage vibe and will work with both bunnies and eggs as well as vintage dishes and vignettes. You can click here for the video tutorial.


Salt Dough Rabbit Ornaments

These Easter bunny ornaments are crafted from salt dough, and given their dark color with the addition of cinnamon (which also makes them smell so good!). They too have a vintage vibe and I love how the dark color contrasts with my white dishes on my Spring decorated table.


Cottage Floral Easter Eggs

These sweet cottage eggs are simple to make with just napkins and craft eggs. I love the colors (I'm kind of a sucker for pink!) and the florals. These Easter eggs are so cute however you choose to display them! See my post for more decorating ideas.


French Inspired Seedling Pots

What is it about white painted surfaces and lavender that just feel French, mes oui? These dollar store pots are painted and stamped and I can't get enough of them. Adding little sprigs of lavender is the perfect finishing touch, and look extra cute on a small faux cake. Ooh lala, tres chic! (and that's about the extent of my high school French, lol!)


Teacup Nests for Spring

Who doesn't love a darling Spring nest filled with eggs? You can buy them but why not make them for so much less! I paired these little moss nests with teacups and I think it's a match made in Spring decor heaven! You can click here to watch the video tutorial to make these 5-minute (or less) nests.


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I hope I've inspired you today to get your craft on and whip up some of these Easter DIYs this year! Keep reading to see what my TST team friends have come up with. You'll find links to their projects below.

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  1. So many beautiful ideas, Cindy! It's hard to pick a favorite. xo

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  2. All those crafts look so pretty! You really have a very beautiful style! Pinned!

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  3. I can't choose a favorite! i want to try them all! I have some cookie molds, I might start there!!!!!! Thank you Cindy for the inspiration!

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    1. Thank you, so happy to inspire you! Let me know how the cookie molds turn out!

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  4. SO many great DIY projects but I have to say I love the salt dough ornaments best! They are just so pretty!

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  5. Cindy, I adore all of your pretty spring and Easter projects. Those ornaments are so gorgeous, and I love the drop cloth carrots too. Pinned!

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  6. Love these pretty Easter crafts! I love them all and always feel so inspired when I visit your beautiful blog! Happy Spring, my friend!

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  7. I always love your pretty DIY projects, Cindy! Great collection for Easter:)

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  8. I love all of these sweet spring projects, Cindy, but my favorite is the little spring French pots. Those are so lovely! Would be adorable to use them as egg cups, too. Thanks for sharing so much beautiful inspiration. You always have the best ideas, friend! xoxo, Kristi

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  9. Cindy-I have never thought to use napkins on eggs...so smart! I also love your French lavender & white 💜 ! Your clean fresh beautiful palette always brightens my day! Thank you for being a part of the TST!

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  10. Cindy - you always share the best ideas. Your spring decor collection is fabulous! Love the "Home Grown" carrots.

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