Easy DIY Easter Crafts
MAKE THESE SUPER CUTE & EASY DIY EASTER CRAFTS USING SCRAP WOOD & DOLLAR TREE SUPPLIES
We are hopping right along to Easter décor over here at the Southern Yankee DIY house. Easter is one of my favorite holidays to decorate for because it means spring is coming & the cold is leaving!
I put together some super simple & budget savvy pieces to add a little farmhouse Easter to my décor. Anytime I can make décor out of scrap wood & Dollar tree items is a win in my book. So lets get started & be sure to tell me below which of these projects is your favorite!
Scrap Wood Signs
I started by painting my scrap wood pieces with the Rust oleum White Primes spray paint. This is my favorite spray paint brand because it doesn’t ever give me drips & the coverage is really great. Each piece got 2 coats of paint.
After the paint dried I cut out vinyl on my Cricut machine to apply to the scrap wood. I used the Skinny font for a faux Rae Dunn looking sign. If you don’t have a Cricut you could easily use a stencil or stickers!
Ta-da the easiest Easter signs in the history of ever!
- Cricut Vinyl, Stickers, Stencils
First I cut out my banner pieces on different colors of cardstocks. I used my Cricut to cut out the pieces but you could cut out whatever banner shapes you want.
Next I added my vinyl to the banner. Again you could always use stickers or stencils to add your letters to the banner. The bunny piece was plain cardstock, I glued it onto a banner piece with Mod Podge.
After I had my banner in order I weaved Dollar Tree ribbon through each banner piece. This is also the ribbon I used to hang the banner.
Moss Napkin Rings
- Plastic Dollar Tree Shower Curtain Rings
- Faux Moss
- Hot Glue/Gun
I always use plastic Dollar Tree shower curtain rings to make my own DIY napkin rings. They are so easy to customize & are perfect for buttoning up a tablescape.
Start by adding hot glue to your shower curtain ring, then use a popsicle stick to add moss on top of the hot glue.
Keep adding moss all around the ring until it is fully covered. Then, move onto the inside of the ring. You shouldn’t be able to see any of the plastic.
These are the easiest Easter décor projects ever & budget savvy too. Sprinkling in a little spring is always a good idea! Let me know which project is your favorite & what some of your favorite Easter traditions are.