Easter is a Christian festive day or a cultural holiday. It is followed by a 40-day fast, penance, and praying. Easter holds the following significance: it commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ after his crucifixion. The resurrection took place 3 days after his burial. People enthusiastically participate in the festivities following the day. To make the day grander, here are some of the easiest and best-handpicked ideas you can try this time on the eve of Easter.
Easter Crafts for Adults
# An Art Of Buttons
- Handmade sheet
- Take the handmade sheet and rough out the shape of an egg.
- Separate the buttons according to their colors.
- Start pasting them inside the shape, clamped to one another.
- After the layer is complete, start another layer to fill the voids.
- Fix the sheet inside the frame.
# Easter Bunny Vases
- Plastic bottle
- Acrylic paint
- Jute string
- Sketch pens
- Artificial flowers
- Start by cutting the bottle in 3/4th proportion.
- Paint white acrylic on it.
- Draw the face of a bunny on the surface using sketch pens.
- Pour some sand to provide firmness to your vase.
- Put a nice bunch of plastic flowers to finish.
# Bath Bomb Bunnies
- Baking soda
- Epsom salt
- Liquid bath bomb dye
- Bunny molds
- Mix baking soda and Epsom salt in definite proportion.
- Divide the mixture equally into 9-10 parts.
- Put a few drops of dyes of different colors. Mix up evenly.
- Take the elastic bunny molds and pour the mixtures into them.
- Let them settle.
- Remove the bombs after they’re solidified.
- Put them in a container and use them for feasibility.
# Spring Sugar Scrub
- Plastic bags
- White ribbon
- Coconut oil
- Orange additive color
- Essential oils
- Take some coconut oil in a bowl.
- Add the required amount of sugar to it.
- Add the food coloring. Mix the ingredients uniformly and add color dropwise until you get the required color.
- Now add the essential oils and mix.
- Make cones out of plastic bags and tape them.
- Fill in the mixture. Tie the ends using a ribbon.
# Easter Eggs
- Acrylic paint
- Artificial leaves
- Paint the eggs in different colors.
- Let them dry. Now design them using chalks of a different colors.
- Paste the artificial leaves on top.
- Stuff them up in a basket.
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# Bakers Twine Easter Eggs
- Easter egg
- Baker’s twine
- Hot glue
- Pick an Easter egg and put some hot glue in the corner.
- Start wrapping the baker’s twine around the egg.
- Do the same with other eggs, covering them in different colors.
# Bunny Silhoutte Yarn
- Colorful yarns
- Two pieces of paper
- Draw the outline of a bunny on both of the sheets.
- Cut one of them out.
- Now start pasting yarns along with the drawing. Paste randomly all the colors.
- After the drawing is fully covered, tape them up.
- Place the cutout sheet on the previous one. You are done with the yarn bunny silhouette.
# DIY Sock Bunny
- Colorful socks
- Plastic Shopping Bags
- Rubber Bands
- Satin ribbons
- White and pink colored pom-poms
- Googly eyes
- Make two balls each out of plastic bag stuffing.
- Push the larger ones deep inside the socks. Tie up with a rubber band.
- On it push the smaller ball and tie it the same way.
- Make the bunny’s face and whiskers using pom-poms, ribbons, and googly eyes.
# Bunny Banner
- A designer fabric
- Fabric glue
- Fold the designer fabric in the shape of a banner. Iron the folds to yield creases.
- Cut the shape of a bunny from the felt. Paste it on the fabric using glue.
- Hand it over a thin stick and put across it a string. Paste it on the wall using a tape.
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# Burlap Bunny Ear
- Toilet paper roll
- Fold the burlap in half and iron it, so that it doesn’t retain easily.
- Cut one part of the roll and cut it open.
- Cover it with burlap.
- Now cut two ear shapes from the original burlap portion and fold them slightly from the bottom to give a 3D version.
- Paste them on the round part using hot glue. Your burlap bunny ears are ready to flaunt!
# Bunny Silverware Pocket
- Jute strings
- Hot glue
- Fold the burlap sideways into half and fix the ends together.
- Similarly, paste the lower portion of the folded burlap properly.
- After the glue is dried, pull the pocket inside out.
- Paste two bunny ears at the two ends from inside.
- Slip a piece of silverware or two inside the pocket and wrap around a jute string, making a bow.
- Put some random captions like ‘Good Morning’, ‘Happy Easter’ etc., and put it on the top.
# Burlap Tablerunner
- A long and broad burlap, with its width size of your table.
- A thick sheet of paper
- Fold inwards the ends of the burlap to prevent uneven border.
- Draw the shape of a bunny (or any design you want) on the thick sheet of paper. Get its cutout.
- Put the cutout aside and place the rest of the sheet on the burlap.
- Use the sheet as a stencil and start painting on the burlap. Make sure you don’t move the stencil if you aim for a perfect design.
- Remove the stencil and let the paint dry. Lay the runner on the table and let it run down it.
# Bunny Bags
- Canvas bag
- Designer fabrics
- Fabric glue
- Extract the cutout of a bunny from the fabric.
- Paste it in the center of one of the surfaces of the canvas bag. Avoid air bubbles.
- Complete the look using small embellishments like ribbons, sequins, googly eyes, etc.
# Burlap Bunny Pillows
- Burlap ropes
- Hot glue
- Bunny templates
- Pillow cover(plain)
- From the bunny templates, cut out two bunny shapes from the burlap.
- Spread the pillow cover on a flat even surface and paste the cutouts, facing each other.
- Border the cover using a braided burlap rope.
- Iron the bunnies such that they fix firmly on their surface.
- Use embellishments in the end for the bunny’s tails.
# Bunny Door Hanger
- Drilling machine
- Stamping tool
- Using a pencil draw the outline of a bunny on plywood.
- Now, drill holes at the corners and junctions of the drawing. This will enable the jigsaw to penetrate.
- Start cutting the plywood using the jigsaw.
- Once completed, paint the wood in the desired color.
- Fill ink inside the stamping tool and stamp the designs on the surface of the ply. Let it dry.
- Hang the bunny ply outside the door of your house.
# Bunny Crossings
- Old fencings
- Wood paint
- Inverted printed words
- Black paint
- Take two fences and paint them with the desired color.
- After the paint is dried up, place the printed word upside down and engrave the words on the fence by rubbing the pencil into the shapes.
- Once you start seeing the pencil marks, deepen them by painting them black. Install them in the required place.
# Burlap Easter Bunnies
- Hot glue
- Fold the burlap in half and fix the two ends using hot glue.
- Similarly fix the bottom as well and let the glue dry. Pull the burlap inside out.
- Use stencils to paint polka dots (or whatever designs you want) all over the surface.
- Cut two bunny ears from the remaining burlap and paste them on top of the little sack.
- Stuff it up with items and close it using a string. Your bunny burlap sacks are ready!
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