With two weeks until Easter, it is time to get your Easter Crafting on! Here is a round up of our most popular Easter inspired projects from the past few years. Click on the title under each picture to be taken to the original post.
|Easter Candy Carrots|
|Easter Gift Ideas|
Here are five easy to assemble Easter Gifts - including an Easter Baking Kit, Easter Sundae Kit and more.
This chocolate bouquet of Edible Blooms is made from chocolate eggs, clear cellophane, floristry wire and tape.
|Easter Scavenger Hunt|
Make up some mini envelopes, featuring bunny silhouettes for your Easter Hunt. Perfect for hiding clues for the Egg Hunt.
|Mini Gift Bag|
Make a Mini Gift Bag using scrap booking paper, washi tape, and thick twine. Perfect for holding some mini eggs or a small Easter gift.
|Mini Easter Baskets|
These Mini Easter Baskets are quickly sewn from felt and ribbon. They are perfectly sized to hold a pack of mini chocolate eggs.
|Easter Gift Bags|
Stitched from some soft gelati coloured muslin (similar to double gauze) and Easter ribbons are these drawstring gift bags.
Assemble a bunny from a face washer and a few craft supplies. A practical gift and could be teamed with bath toys for babies, or body products for Grandma.
|Gathered Round Basket|
Make a gathered round basket and fill it with Easter Eggs.
|Easter Favour Bags|
Cut a Bunny Silhouette out from a strip of scrap booking paper. Wrap this around a cellophane bag filled with Easter candy, and tie with twine to make some sweet Easter Favour Bags.
|Bunny Silhouette Gift Cards|
Make some simple Easter gift tags and cards using a bunny silhouette. Cut using a die cutting machine or trace the outline of a bunny onto patterned paper and cut out.
|Easter Baking Kit|
Fill a large jar with cookie cutters, sprinkles, cachous, and ingredients to make some Easter cookies. Attach the recipe to the jar. Easter Baking Kit makes a great gift for a junior Masterchef!
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