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10 Easter Crafts That Have Nothing To Do With Dyeing Hard-Boiled Eggs

I remember many a year when we painted hard-boiled eggs in my childhood kitchen before Easter. I never really understood why (you're just going to eat them anyway), and while egg painting has come a long way, I still prefer to spend my time doing Easter crafts that have nothing to do with dipping food into pastel dye. That's why I've rounded up a few Easter projects that are perfect for your annual Easter party and egg hunt, and bring a little festive decor into your place.

DIY Easter Egg Balloons

These painted egg balloons are perfect for your outdoor or indoor Easter celebration.

Image and tutorial: Mary Costa Photography/Studio DIY

DIY Origami Easter Bunny Baskets

I love these little bunnies! They are perfect for chic Easter baskets or for holding tiny candies.

Image and tutorial: Studio DIY

DIY Easter Mini Dome

These are really easy to make, and you can use the glass domes for other holiday decor.

Image and tutorial: Vitamini Handmade

Spring Letters

These paper mache letters serve as a friendly reminder that winter is on its way out.

Image and tutorial: Girl Loves Glam

DIY Spring Easter Wreath

I love the very springy, natural look of this wreath, and the little eggs are a great touch!

Image and tutorial: The Happy Housie

Easter Window Art

This craft is a simple one, but you’ll need a very steady hand.

Image and tutorial: Vintage Revivals

Easter Mason Jars Craft

Don’t have any chicks or bunnies of your own? Set some of these mason jars out instead.

Image and tutorial: No. 2 Pencil

Easter Pom Pom Garland

The pom poms are a cute ode to fluffy rabbit tails and newborn chicks!

Image and tutorial: Girl Loves Glam

String Easter Eggs

Instead of breaking out the egg dye and plastic bags, make these dyed string eggs for a more lasting decor craft.

Image and tutorial: Tiny Rotten Peanuts

Kraft Paper Easter Egg Piñata

It doesn’t matter the holiday — kids love taking a few swings at a piñata. This is also a unique way to distribute candy instead of hiding it in plastic eggs.

Image and tutorial: The Merry Thought

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