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Easter Crafts and Candy Recipes for Every-Bunny You Love

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Maria Bailey and Margo Gothelf

Easter Birds Nest Cookies

Princess Pinky Girl

Who's egg-cited for Easter? We certainly are, and these festive crafts and chocolate recipes are sure to put an extra Easter Bunny hop in your step! Have fun creating these simple DIY Easter projects that are sure to get everyone in the spring spirit.

Easter Bunny Party Hats

Easter Bunny Party Hats

Lia Griffith

Put a creative spin on the traditional Easter bonnet with this Easter Bunny Party Hat. Between the bunny ears and fluffy pom pom, this hat wins all the Easter parades thanks to its simplicity and off-the-charts cuteness factor. Go to Lia Griffith for instructions to create your own and get this Easter party hopping! 

Chocolate Easter Egg Bombs

Chocolate Easter Egg Bombs

Hungry Happenings

Easter wouldn't be complete with Easter eggs, but why not add an exciting element to the festivities by making your very own Easter egg chocolate bombs? (Think hot chocolate bombs, but Easter-themed!) Go to Hungry Happenings to create these beautifully decorated chocolate surprises before dropping them in a warm beverage to watch the magic unfold.

Marbleized Easter Eggs

Marbled Easter Eggs

Making Lemonade

Ready to take your Easter egg game to the next level? This marbleized Easter egg craft is as much of a joy to make as it is to look at, doubling as beautiful, celestial-inspired Easter decor for your home. And it's much easier to create than it looks! Go to Making Lemonade for easy-to-follow steps to create your own. 

Easter Bunny Masks

Easter Bunny Masks

Babyccino

We've all heard of Easter bonnets, but how about Easter masks? We're not talking about the Donnie Darko variety (thank goodness) because these Easter bunny creations are far too cute to pass up. Better yet, they're oh-so-easy to make: Go to Babyccino Kids to learn how you can create these festive bunny masks for the whole fam.

Homemade Easter Candy

Homemade Easter Candy

DIY Candy

Upgrade your Easter candy from the candy aisle by making your very own homemade Easter candy! You'll never look back after trying this easy Easter Candy Bark recipe that's pretty enough to give as an Easter gift — or just eat it all yourselves. Head on over to DIY Candy for the full instructions!

Mini Easter Baskets

Mini Easter Baskets

Red Ted Art

Nothing says Easter like an Easter basket, and these homemade creations made from paper mache add an adorable homemade touch to your festive decorations! They're also practical — because where else are you going to store all those yummy treats from the ever-so-generous Easter Bunny? Go to Red Ted Art to create a hen or bunny basket (or both), and have fun getting your hands sticky!

Sock Bunnies

Sock Bunnies

We Are Scout

Have any lonely pair-less socks sitting in your sock drawer? Now you can turn them into lop-eared sock bunnies thanks to this simple and adorable Easter craft. Because when life gives you missing socks, you make Easter sock bunnies! Go to We Are Scout to learn how!

Paper Plate Easter Sewing Craft

Paper-Plate-Chicks

Red Ted Art

Don't let the Easter bunny get all the attention. Spread the love and give the chicks their moment in the sun, too, with these adorable paper plate chicks made out of yarn. Don't worry if sewing isn't in your wheelhouse: this cute craft from Red Ted Art is super easy to pick up — plus, it gives your fine motor skills a true workout. 

Squeegee Paint Easter Egg Art

Before you put on the fancy clothes for your family Easter picture, get messy with these squeegee paint Easter eggs. Unlike dyed eggs, these eggs are decorations you can use year after year. The secret to getting the super abstract look is all in the squeegee. The unlikely art tool mashes the colors together to create a truly one-of-a-kind look for your Easter decorations. 

Easter Bird Nests Cookies

Easter Birds Nest Cookies

Princess Pinky Girl

For when you can’t decide if you want to craft or snack on Easter Sunday, turn to these Easter bird nest cookie baskets. The no-bake recipe is so simple and lets everyone get involved, no matter their skill level in the kitchen. The little nests will last up to a week in the fridge, so you can easily start the Easter festivities off early and get a head start to the holiday with these seasonal treats. See how you can add these edible decorations to your celebration at Princess Pinky Girl. 

Easter Peeps S'mores Dip Recipe

Easter-Peeps-Smores-Dip smore

Homemade Interest

'Tis the season for overloading on marshmallow Peeps! Take the sugary creation to the next level by turning the one-of-a-kind candy into s'mores dip. The bottom layer of the dip is made with dark and white chocolate, but feel free to get creative and add in any exciting candies from your Easter basket to make this dessert extra delicious. Get all the details on the recipe over on Homemade Interest.

Updated March 2022