It’s coming and if you’re like me you don’t want to pay a lot of money for cute decorations. Maybe you’d just rather do them yourself so they’re more your style. So, I’ve rounded up some simple and cute DIY décor ideas that could be made into whatever look you love. Some of them aren’t as customizable but I do think that most them are.
Wouldn’t this be adorable for a front porch? Honestly it could work just about anywhere. If you wanted less of a “primitive” look you could buy a plain canvas and paint the background. Another idea instead of moss you could use cotton. If you want to use cotton I would pull apart the cotton a bit to give it a “fluffier” feel. You could also use a different bunny stencil just by googling for some ideas and printing on heavier paper. You could even use glitter in place of the moss if you love a little more sparkle.
So, easy to do and you could use whatever patterns strike your fancy. There are so many options for any holiday or style. This is something you could probably let the kiddos help with too if you wanted. Using the larger style mason jars you could make it into a cute vase.
With so many color and design possibilities this is another one that is easily customized to your own style. It is super simple to do as well and you can find everything you need at your local craft store or amazon of course.
I love this “primitive” style wreath and it could easily be customized to your liking just by changing a couple of the things used. The bunny kit could easily be redone if you don’t have a hobby lobby. Just use cotton balls for the tail and grab some cardstock or premium paper of your choice. Print a bunny stencil out and trace with a pair of scissors on your medium of choice and cut it out. Use glue to attach cotton ball for tail. Here are a couple of cute bunny stencils. If you wanted a completely different look you cold opt for carrots.
Isn’t this cute and it could work in a variety of places from your front door, to the wall, or even the fireplace. If you want to make the eggs you would need Styrofoam eggs for this project or you could buy some pre-colored Styrofoam eggs. You also need this type of screw. In the blog at the top of the article is a link to see how she made the eggs. If you don’t have a cricut you could always buy the letter stickers from a craft store to put on them.
This super easy project to do and doesn’t cost much at all. You can use burlap strips, ribbon, or even twine for a different look. You could also attach a string loop to the top with tape before you start wrapping with newspaper to use them for a cute banner.
You could totally use those plastic eggs that everyone always seems to have around to do this as well. I suggest using chalk paint or this paint if you want a more natural look. Of course, if you don’t have any of those plastic eggs they sell them pretty much anywhere. If you want a more glam look use Elmer’s glue mixed with just a bit of water, or mod podge, and paint it onto the egg and then dip the egg in some glitter. Or just use a bright colored paint that you love!
So, I hope you found something that you like on here. Just remember that you don’t have to use the exact materials or colors that the author of the blog used. Play around with things to match them to your personal style. I hope you enjoyed this article and don’t forget to subscribe so you can get updates when new content is added. Do you have any Easter DIY’s that you love or did you try any of these ideas? Let me know in the comments.