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Craft Roundup: DIY Easter Crafts

Welcome to the Easter edition of my weekly craft roundup. I’m so happy for a new season and warmer weather. All of the sunshine and flowers have inspired me to make some beautiful projects.

I hope you enjoy today’s blog post.  It is a little longer than usual and filled with a lots of colorful photos and tips.

 

1. Easter Assemblage Clock

Supplies:

  • Idea-Ology Assemblage Clock
  • Scrapbook Paper
  • Glass Gems and Marbles
  • Flower Embellishments
  • Small Chenille Easter Chicks
  • Wood Heart Embellishment
  • Pink Ribbon
  • Key Embellishment
  • Double Sided Tape
  • Hot Glue Gun

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The amount of ideas for this clock are endless. I saw so many gorgeous and beautifully designed clocks that other people made on Pinterest. You can add as many or as little craft supplies as you wish. I chose to keep my designs to a minimum because I want to reuse the clock for other holidays.

Steps:

  • Remove the back of the clock.
  • Cut the scrapbook paper and adhere it to the clock back with double-sided tape.

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  • Add double-sided tape inside the bottom of the clock, then hot glue the chicks on top of the tape.

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  • Hot glue the heart and key embellishments on the covered clock back, then add the flowers and glass marbles inside the clock.
  • Glue ribbon bows on the clock bells, then close the clock.

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2. Easter Bunny Garland

Supplies:

  • Scrapbook Paper
  • Bunny Rabbit Outline
  • Cotton Balls
  • Hole Punch
  • Yarn
  • Scissors

Steps:

  • Draw bunny rabbit outlines on the back of some scrapbook paper, then cut them out with scissors.

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  • Hot glue a cotton ball on the bottom of each paper bunny.

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  • Punch holes in the ears of the paper bunnies, then string yarn through the holes.

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  • Hang the adorable garland on a wall or mantel.

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3. No Sew Bunny Pillows

Supplies:

  • Fabric
  • Ribbon
  • Liquid Stitch
  • Polyester Fiberfill
  • Scissors
  • Bunny Rabbit Outline

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  • Use a bunny rabbit outline for a pattern.

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  • Apply the Liquid Stitch glue to the wrong side of the fabric with your finger, brush, or bottle. Position fabrics. Let them dry for 24 hours.  Apply a thin application of glue to lightweight fabrics. Make sure to leave an opening at the bottom for the fiberfill.

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  • Stuff the pillow with fiberfill, then seal it closed with the Liquid Stitch.

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  • Tie a bow around the neck of the pillow with ribbon.

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How cute are these bunny pillows?!

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4. Tulip Arrangement

Supplies:

  • Artificial Tulips
  • Tin Flower Container
  • Floral Foam

This floral arrangement was quick and easy to complete. All I had to do was place the floral foam inside the tin container, then stick the flowers into the foam.

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5. Easter Bunny Art

This last craft project is a repost from a couple of weeks ago. I wanted to share it again because it fit the Easter theme. (Click here for the tutorial.)

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Have a blessed and happy Easter!

 

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