The 10 Best adorable Easter DIY gift inspirations and printables
Easter Egg Hunts and Adorable DIY Gifts make for a festivity!
If you like decorating your home for Easter, you'll love the bunny garland and the Nordic-type centrepiece featured in this post...
If you want to add a religious touch, you'll adore the Easter story printables.
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Let's explore the 10 best adorable diy gift inspiration & printables
Cute Easter Baskets
My lovely friend Claire of Heart Handmade UK, shared a post with Easter baskets, made of small paper cups. This could be a very good idea to get rid of scraps of cardstock and it is easy enough to involve everybody. Fill with coloured jelly beans or drops and use to decorate your entrance!
A Printable Easter bible Story
My Wonder Studio shares 'He's Alive Coloring book' or the 'He's Alive Flannelgraph'.
The illustrations are so authentic and it will definitely grab the attention of toddlers and even older people!
For more inspiration, check out how Carisa and her daughter used the printables here.
Can you believe that an egg holder, a feather and egg shells can look great on an Easter table? You have to see the simplicity yet striking combination at Mamas Kram. If you happen to spend Easter by the Coast, you can make twig crosses too!
Oh. my. word.....cuteness on a string!!!
You must have seen these crocheted bunny appliques before. Lina at Sew Historically added tiny pom-poms and connected all the bunnies with a string of chains. SUPER ADORABLE and easy...!!!
Homemade Peanut Butter Easter Eggs
Confectionery House is a stockist of everything you need to make your own chocolates. I am not compensated for this post and share it to inspire you to play around a bit before the Easter holiday. I am linking you directly to the tutorial but all the supplies needed are listed. Have fun!
Bunny Treat Bags
I love everything from the Nana Company and her bunny treat bag will never go out of fashion.
Be creative and alter the method to your skill or liking - Replace the bias at the top with ribbon or just make a small sleeve to pull through rope or ribbon - and there you have a drawstring bag!
If you are not too sure about my suggestion, find a full drawstring bag picture tutorial here.
Adorable Bunny Purse
Little one's are like mimic artists and to see a little girl, throw a bag over her shoulder or play with sweet little nothings in it, is a blessing.
Who can resist this purse from Make it, Love it? Are you brave enough to attempt a bag like this?
You can also sew 2 buttons on for eyes and a little pom-pom at the bag for a tail....
Machine Embroidered Bunny Face
I recently purchased the design to embroider on treat bags or adorable purses for my grandchildren.
The design is available on a lovely site called Dolls and Daydreams. If you are an embroidery enthusiast, you will love all her designs.
Check out her sewing patterns for all kinds of dolls and soft toys too.
An Altered Felt Bunny Treat Bag
The felt treat bag from Skip to my Lou is a too cute! I have seen another similar In-the-hoop design. It just goes to show, nothing is really impossible to make. If you do not have an embroidery machine, use you imagination and sew the same item, with your own, unique stamp of approval!
Make a frugal Easter Wreath with what you have
Yours truly set a challenge to make something for Easter, with the stash at home (like a normal craftster, it only fills one room).
The result was a wreath with chocolate Easter eggs wrapped with ribbon. (I believe some countries do not allow the sale of chocolate Easter eggs...) You can always substitute the chocolate eggs with something else.
A true Easter Family Tradition
Cathy was a colleague, a friendly British woman, with the best telephone manners I have ever met. Everyone just loved her.
She had 2 grandsons at the time and adored them.
Loving as she was, this was her Easter tradition:
Cathy spent her late Marches, hunting for thermal vest and long-johns, pajamas and a rope, slippers, warm socks and underwear for her grandsons. She made a huge packet, wrapped the whole bunch together, with a single Easter Egg on top!
That's it - the most thoughtful Easter gift anyone can think of.
I have tried to copy Cathy's tradition and this year, will be no exception.
Remember that we are living in the Southern hemisphere, if you decide to follow Cathy's tradition, yours will be colorful Spring clothes!
May you and your family have a lovely Easter!
Do you and your family share some old traditions during this special time?
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Thanks Teresa and for stopping by!
What great Easter tips! I love them all! Teresa from http://nanahood.com/disney-social-media-moms-celebration-photos
Hi, I will definitely check out the Lindt story…love their bunnies!
Loved your collection and suggestions. Have you checked out the Lindt Easter Chocolate story? We are running a giveaway with them t our site, do hop in and check it out
Thanks for hosting it Janice!
Thank you for bringing your Easter project ideas to Blogger’s Pit Stop.
Janice, Pit Stop Crew