It’s that wonderful time of year where bunnies, chicks, and pastels seem to be everywhere. Crocuses are on the verge of blooming and spring is in the air; and what better way to welcome the warmer months than with some delightful crafting? Whether you’re decorating for an Easter brunch or looking for a way to spend the afternoon, these eight craft ideas are fun for the whole family!

1. Blooming Bunnies

Looking for the perfect spring pot to house your daffodils? These precious bunny pots are your answer! Just grab some tin cans from your recycling bin and you’re good to go!

2. Handful of Lilies

Who would have thought handprints and flowers go together? Whether you’re looking for an early Mother’s Day or Easter craft, these handprint lilies are beautiful and easy to make!

3. Cream Eggs

Source: A Night Owl

You won’t believe the secret behind these groovy Easter eggs-shaving cream! This playful craft is an exciting and creative take on the classic Easter motif. Just be sure to have paper towels nearby because things might get messy, which is half of the fun!

4. Chickadees

We dare you to not smile at these adorable chicks. Whether you incorporate these precious little puff balls into your spring centerpieces or Easter baskets, they’re sure to lift anyone’s spirits!

5. Bushy Tail Garland

Source: DIY Candy

Don’t leave your mantle bare this season, spruce it up with this darling bunny garland! With bushy pom pom tails and bright designs, this decoration has a cheerful and playful feel perfect for embracing spring.

6. Sunny Side Up

Celebrate the newly blooming flowers and sunshine with these charming Easter egg sun catchers! Made with real flowers, these decorations have an irresistible whimsical style.

7. Perks of a Wallflower

Create a bright and fresh spring look with these vivid flowers. Made of cupcake liners and Popsicle sticks, you may already have the necessary tools to make these!

8. Candy Chicks

This Easter swap out plastic eggs for these cute candy jars instead! Made to look like chicks or bunnies, these cute jars are perfect as gifts to friends and family.

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