Happy Easter everyone! Here’s some crafty ideas for things to make over the Easter holidays

Happy Easter! I love a good four-day weekend and the Easter holidays are great fun too for those of you who get time off with the kids. I’ve compiled a list of craft project ideas to do over the Spring holidays for kids and adults alike from some of my favourite blogs. Just click on the pictures below to see the step-by-step instructions on how to make each project yourself:

DIY-Easter-Gift 8
Pretty Easter cookie envelope project from The Idea Room
modern easter eggs via seejaneblog
Funky modern Easter egg decorating by SeeJaneBlog
Plant up an egg-box garden by Acasarella – would be a fab gift 🙂
Easter Trifles (with Chick Macarons)
Yummy Easter trifles by Raspberri Cupcakes baking blog

I hope you have a lovely Easter break and please let me know if you try out any of the tutorials above (or my recipe & craft blog posts below) to keep yourself and the little ‘uns entertained over the holidays 😉

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Cassie is a freelance writer with a Masters degree in lifestyle promotion studies. She loves to 'get the look for less' so regularly shares thrifty fashion posts, DIY interior design ideas and low-cost recipes on her blog.

2 thoughts on “Happy Easter everyone! Here’s some crafty ideas for things to make over the Easter holidays

  1. Hi, If you cick on each of the project images, you’ll be taken to the websites of the crafters – you can get their permission to be included in your newsletter 🙂

  2. Excellent article and easy to understand explanation. How do I go about getting permission to post part of the article in my upcoming news letter? Giving proper credit to you the author and link to the site would not be a problem

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