Beautiful DIY Easter Decorations
Doesn’t just Easter evoke the inner kids in us? There’s something about multi-colored eggs, beautiful wreaths, and impeccably-designed table settings that make us look forward to this holiday. It’s a great time to be with family, bond with the kids, and even have a couple of close friends come over for some delicious food and drinks.
If you want to decorate your home for Easter, you probably already know that store-bought decors nowadays can cost some money. However, if you’re looking to save your dollars and instead put in some effort and creative juices, you’ll come up with a bunch of Easter ornaments that are cheap and teeming with your personal touch.
I’ve rounded up my favorite DIY Easter decorations from fellow moms and blog owners so we can all take some ideas on how to spruce up our homes for this coming holiday. It’s going to be a fun and productive activity you can do on your spare time!
Best Affordable DIY Easter decorations
To get the full tutorial to create these adorable Easter DIY decorations, click on the link below each image.
This fabulous DIY craft from A Pumpkin and a Princess is an absolute stunner. The wreath is made with pastel-colored eggs, moss as base, some flowers and a pretty ribbon right on top.
Dream A Litter Bigger’s idea of Easter eggs are made of fake eggs and liquid food coloring. This one’s very easy to source and follow, and it’s almost therapeutic to do too!
If you like your wreath to be on the rustic side, Meatloaf and Melodrama teaches us how to put together grapevine wreath, speckled eggs, fake stems and flowers and turn it into a gorgeous wreath to adorn your front door.
This idea from Crafts Unleashed features a cheerful, very spring-ish wreath with touches of gold leaves plus colorful Easter eggs. Isn’t it such a beauty?!
This one from Tried and True sports a very simple, yet sweet-looking wreath made with speckled eggs. The cute pastel-colored eggs and complementing ribbon makes this craft fast, easy and definitely a head-turner!
From Anna & Blue’s blog, here’s a deliciously enticing wreath idea made up of ribbon, Styrofoam and real candies! It looks perfect to adorn your front door or as a table center piece for Easter celebrations.
Ey To Zee Creative shares her idea of Easter eggs that comes out as both artistic without having to look perfect. This is also the perfect way to get your kids and young toddlers paint their own Easter eggs too!
From Honestly Yum, here’s a great way to make your Easter eggs standout using natural materials like red cabbage and white vinegar. The edible gold paint on the shell makes the robin blue egg even more attractive!
Home Stories A to Z teaches us probably the most basic and straightforward way to make beautiful Easter eggs using easy-to-find craft paints.
Here’s a wonderful tutorial from Creative Juice featuring hand-painted wooden eggs sitting on dried grass. Cheap and fabulous!
From Happiness is Homemade, you can replicate this wonderful treat jars painted using mason jars. Fill it up with Easter treats and goodies, or turn it into a candle. Either way, it’s going to be fun, sweet and thoughtful! Make sure to check out the full tutorial here!
Sand & Sisal’s Topiary Tree is a wonderful combination of moss green and other fresh colors. This egg topiary tree is definitely an eye-catching centerpiece to adorn the table setting!
This tutorial from The Mom of the Year makes use of plastic egg toys you probably already have lying at home plus a couple of chalk paints. Make sure to check out the full tutorial to make this cheap but beautiful DIY Easter decoration here!
Haven’t these beautiful Easter crafts gotten your creative juices going? Indeed, you can make Easter holiday a fun and memorable one without spending tons of money. You just need to dig through these affordable DIY Easter decorations on a budget and you should be all set to making beautiful decors and ornaments in no time!