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last minute easter diys

Easter is only a few days away and I am sure you are preparing for it. Today I’m sharing some cool and easy last minute handicrafts if you don’t want to spend a lot of time crafting or if you just forgot about Easter. Let’s see what you can easily do to save your Easter celebration.

Paper plate crafting is fun and easy to do, but looks great! I also like how cheap they are and that they aren’t messy. This bunny paper plate craft for kids could be a great way for your kids to be entertained now, or you can save this for them so they can do it on Easter! If you have very young children, it will only take a minute to pre-cut the bunny’s ears for them.

When it comes to decorating Easter eggs, keep it simple. Do not boil a ton of eggs, then color them. Take this quick, cute, and easy craft to make these kawaii and emoji inspired Easter eggs. This is really such a simple idea for decorating Easter eggs. The secret really lies in the color markings. Once you have the crayons, the possibilities are endless.

These cool Easter egg decorations can be made to decorate your Easter tree or just hang them up wherever you want. All you have to do is empty the quail eggs, attach beads to them and also feathers – such a cute natural decoration!

Pom poms are cute and soft! Make some cool pompom Easter eggs using colored yarn and a special piece for making pompoms. Hang these eggs on the Easter trees, branches or wherever you want. See the pictures for more details.

Paper is a simple material that can be cut, shaped, and shaped into so many things. That is why it is the main material for making these fun and just-in-time Easter gift baskets. They are great for party items or for handing out candy and decorated eggs.

Did you know that you can make a tattoo out of any picture? You can! Using this tattoo paper is a fun way to decorate eggs as the image is perfectly applied to the egg and it looks like you painted the design right on the surface of the egg! This is a perfect craft for those who want original Easter eggs but lack artistic talents or just don’t enjoy painting.

Are you ready for what is probably the simplest Easter basket you will ever make? There are a couple of variations of these baskets out there, I love these to start with, but I think this is by far the easiest way and is guaranteed to charm everyone around you. All you need is a square piece of paper, scissors, and glue. Read the tutorial in the source.

This candy floss Easter egg bomb recipe is really fun, festive, and will make your bathroom smell like you just stepped into a candy store. These bath bombs are very easy to make and only take a few minutes.

These pretty eggshell candles are the perfect decoration for Easter tables. These little highlights are cheap, fun, and easy to make. Your table will look just as good as the Easter meal you are serving! All you need are a couple of eggs, some acrylic paint, soy wax, and some wick.

These feather Easter eggs are so calm, beautiful and Nordic! You don’t need a lot of time, you don’t need artistic talent or different colors and other things. Just attach feathers to the simple eggs and that’s all!

What is the most popular there when we attend children's events? Sweets, of course! They are used as decorations and as a dessert, and children are delighted with them. Today I want to share the most popular kids party centerpieces, and all of them are made up of different types of candy.

Glasses and bowls

Transparent glasses and vases show the candy in the best possible way and create a cool, colorful centerpiece. You can create candy centerpieces in a single color or their hues, or use ombre or rainbow centerpieces, add candles and sprinkles, or use different patterns made with candy. Cover the whole piece with chocolate cake, lollipops, cotton candy and other things.


A bucket is also a great idea to display the candy! But you can be a lot more creative using pinwheels in candy or making cool styrofoam lollipop balls. You look really cool and brave. Use different types of candy and lollipops, add paper pompoms and other things for a bold look.

Other ideas

Do you want something rustic? Grow some wheatgrass and add pops - this idea will go well with not only a kids' party but a bridal shower or whatever. Another idea is to make a treasure chest with various candies or make styrofoam balls on stands. Check out the cool ideas below and get inspired!

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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