Easy Peasy Easter Crafts

Easter decorating has never been easier with the help of these crafts! These fun and creative projects also make great table settings and decorations around the house in time for the holidays. 


Graham Cracker Peep Houses


Image and craft courtesy of Yesterfood
What you'll need:
  • Peeps
  • Graham Crackers
  • Icing  (the thicker the consistency the better!)
  • Newspaper or parchment paper
  • Easter candy eggs + other cute decor
  • Easter grass
Image and craft courtesy of Yesterfood


  1. Lay out the newspaper or parchment paper on a flat surface
  2. Break whole graham crackers in half. Each house requires 3 whole crackers, broken into 6 halves
  3. Use the icing as glue to stick the "walls" to the floor and set aside. Glue two halves for the roof together and set aside. As soon as the walls and roof dry separately (this took us about an hour!), glue roof onto walls. Let dry. This step can be done in advance
  4. Decorate to your hearts desire!


Easy Easter Candy Jars



Image and craft courtesy of Crazy Little Projects


What you'll need:
  • Small jars (any size is fine!)
  • Decoupage
  • Fine Glitter
  • Paint brush
  • Construction paper in Pink, white, and Orange
  • Candy
  • Pompoms
  • Googly eyes
  • Hot glue



Image and craft courtesy of Crazy Little Projects

  1. Paint a thin layer of decoupage all over your jar. Roll in glitter and shake off excess. Set aside and dry.
  2. To make a polkadot jar, just paint circles with your decoupage and dip each dot in glitter individually
  3. Cut ears from your white and pink construction paper and hot glue them to the lid of your bunny jar
  4. Hot glue pompom for the tail


Egg Carton Easter Bunnies


Image courtesy of Kelly Ladd-Sanchez and craft from Parenting


What you'll need:
  • Cardboard egg carton
  • Pompoms (mini and regular sized)
  • Googly eyes
  • Black card stock
  • White bumpy pipe cleaners
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  1. Cut out one of the center peaks of the cardboard egg carton and one of the egg "cups". Trim around the edges of the "cup" so it's even
  2. Cut off two bumpy parts of the pipe cleaner, leaving a little of the stem
  3. Twist the two stem parts of the pipe cleaners together
  4. Place the twisted stem into the whole on top of the peak of the egg carton. If there isn't a whole, make one with scissors.
  5. Cut  three 1/8" x 1 long strips of black card stock
  6. Glue strips to the cardboard egg carton so they make a fan shape. These will be the whiskers!
  7. Glue a mini pompom in the center of the whiskers for the nose. Glue googly eyes above. 
  8. Glue two pompoms at the bottom of the egg carton holder for the bunny's feet. 
  9. Place a painted Easter egg in the egg cup.

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