Hey friends! How was your weekend? After a week of gray skies, we had a beautiful weekend. So, I spent it outside ~ cleaning up our patio, doing some spring planting, and a little decorating. We also celebrated my mom and dad’s birthday with a special dinner. As you know, it’s springtime! Time for bunnies, nests, pastel colors, and beautiful flowers. If you like to add little seasonal touches to your home, I have found some great DIY, crafty ideas for you. Many of these are super easy and do-able ~ even for you non-crafters out there. So, get comfy and read on.
Alright, I have never been a fan of those traditional dyed eggs. It’s a messy process, it smells bad, and you end up with dyed fingers. On the other hand, I love beautiful eggs and all the colors. This simple project allows you to have the colors and festive eggs with none of the mess. All you need is a simple sticker (or cut one with your cutting machine). Stick it to the egg and use a sharpie all around the sticker. When you peel off the sticker, you will have a lovely colored egg.
These are lovely faux Robin’s eggs. This project is a little more involved than the eggs above, but the result is really lovely. Use the source for step by step instructions.
So what I love about this wreath is the variety of the colors. It’s simple plastic eggs and washi tape. You can customize it to suit your own tastes with different colors and patterns. Moreover, it takes virtually no skill to put it together.
All things considered, this may be the best crafty, DIY here. Why? Because all you need is a printer and frames. This is a printable. AND, it’s free! Who doesn’t love that? Seriously, this is adorable. What a cute addition to a narrow wall space. As a side note, don’t you love how the three smaller frames are framed by one large one?
Hmm…. what’s this? So, am I pushing the adorable bunny munch popcorn or the adorable bunny cups? Bunny cups all the way! This is so easy to recreate and would take hardly any time at all. All you need is cups, patterned paper, sharpies, and googley eyes. On the other hand, you could just draw all of the details on and forget the paper and googley eyes. I have young nieces and nephews that would love these cups for their drinks or for a snack.
So, these Cheetos carrots are so cute all together in a basket. And of course, they couldn’t be any easier to make. However, wouldn’t this be super-cute in your kiddos lunch box? Or how about hosting a spring fling after school and giving all the guests this snack? However you use this idea, it will be a hit. #trustme
Have I mentioned that tulips are my favorite flowers? So, you can see why I picked this project, right? Again, the link will take you to directions for how to build this. However, trust me. All you need is a grapevine wreath, a BUNCH of tulips, some filler greenery, and a glue gun. It’s really just a matter of placing those tulips where you like and gluing them down. Then, go back and use filler to fill in any gaps. It’s so much easier than you think. #tutorialcomingsoon
Last, but not least ~ these cute mason jars. I know mason jars are super hot right now. These take it to another level. All you need for this one is some spray paint and a sticker. And of course, the treats to go inside. These would make a really cute gift for a kiddo whose outgrown Easter baskets. I know I have 3 teen boys who would love a jar filled with chocolates. 🙂
Alright, I hope I have left you with a little inspiration so that you can unleash your creative side. These are quick projects that would be easy for anyone to do. I hope you’ll give one of them a try. If you do, tag me on IG so I can see. Also, don’t forget to sign up for my email list so you can get new posts delivered right to your inbox. Have a great week!