We all have our little classics at Easter.
Some will prefer to make cute rabbits. Others will prefer to dye the eggshells while others love all the decorations with flowers because they love spring.
Do you have your classics too?
So you might find an upgrade version of one of your favorite Easter crafts in these 5 good ideas?
But you may discover a new DIY to add to your list of favorite Easter crafts too!
Anyway, Happy Easter and good DIY!
Here are 5 easy ways to upgrade your Easter decorations:
1) Decorate the eggs with napkins:
Rather than dyeing, painting or drawing Easter eggs, use a pattern you like on a napkin to decorate an egg that you have emptied, washed and let dried. Apply 1 coat of Mod Podge to the eggshell, put the pattern to the eggshell, and once dry, apply another coat of Mod Podge to the napkin.
2) Color soft eggshells:
Soak eggs in white vinegar or colored vinegar (with food coloring) for 24 to 48 hours before rubbing the softened eggshell.
3) Offer the chocolate eggs in colorful eggs made of twine:
Add small chocolate eggs in balloons and inflate them. In a bowl, add some PVA school glue (Elmer's glue) and water and mix well. Then soak colored twine into this mixture for 10 minutes until the rope is thoroughly soggy. Wrap the balloons with twine and let dry overnight. If the twine is not hard enough the next day, apply some of the glue-water mixture with a brush and let dry. Repeat until the twine is very hard. Pierce the balloon and remove it from the twine "cage". Offer the eggs to the children.
4) Offer chocolate eggs in a rabbit bag:
Glue small pink cupcakes liners and a white pompom on a brown paper bag. Cut this brown paper bag to make cute bunny ears and add a colorful ribbon to make a beautiful Easter gift package !
5) Make edible modeling clay:
Heat 5 marshmallows (Marshmallow Peeps Yellow Chicks) in the microwave for 30 seconds. Add 5 ml (1 tsp.) of vegetable oil, then add powdered sugar and mix well. Repeat with all of Peeps' colors to make edible modeling clay.