Five Easter Crafts to Make

Five Easter Crafts to Make

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Easter is going to sneak up on us before we know it, so today I’m rounding up some of my favorite DIY’s with you! All of these projects can be completed using your Cricut.

  1. Rae Dunn Inspired Easter Eggs


Easter eggs with vinyl words on them
Rae Dunn Inspired Easter Eggs

I’m a BIG fan of these Easter eggs that have words on them. I have been seeing them all over and am excited that I found a tutorial that shows how to make them! And the best part? It’s a super simple project that can be completed in just a few minutes. Kim from The Kim Six Fix created a blog post and a video tutorial that shows how to make these, I love all of the different words she has chosen for these eggs, but they would also be super cute with your kiddos names on them for their Easter basket! All you need is your Cricut and some vinyl for this project. Check out how to make it here.

  1. Burlap Bunnies


    Burlap Bunnies with purple polka dots
    Burlap Bunnies


Landee from is one of my favorite bloggers right now! She always has great ideas for crafting projects, so it was no surprise that I found this tutorial for Burlap Bunnies on Pinterest from her! These bunnies can be made using the Cricut Maker to cut out your fabric for you, but you can also just cut it by hand if you don’t have the Maker. If you have a kiddo, these would be a great project to make with them too! She made them along with her 8-year-old daughter. You can stuff them with polyfill or beans, or you could use them as treat bags for your Easter festivities! This is another great (and quick!) project to add to your list of things to make this Easter. Check it out here.

  1. Hoppy Easter Tote Bag Iron-On


Hoppy Easter Tote Bag Iron-On


I think this is one of my favorite Easter projects that I’ve seen this year! Check out these adorable bags from If you haven’t tried Iron-On/HTV yet, this is a great project to try it out with! All you need is your Cricut and the EasyPress or an iron. I love her designs, but you could also put your child’s name on the bag if you wanted to personalize it that way too! She unpacks everything you need to know about it on her blog.

  1. Easter Brunch Sign with Paper Flowers


Easter Brunch sign with Paper Flowers
Easter Brunch sign with Paper Flowers


Are you having guests over for an Easter meal? If so, I definitely think you should add this sign from Cricut to your home! This project looks complicated, but it actually is pretty simple. You can get chalkboard from a local store and then just simply apply some vinyl to it! You could stop there or take it a step further and add paper flowers. I think it would be the perfect piece to add to your home this Easter! Check out the project in Design Space here.

  1. Wooden Cross Tutorial


    He Is Risen Wood Box with wood crosses
    He Is Risen Wood Box


Last but not least, A Leap of Faith crafting provides a two-part tutorial for this cross centerpiece. In her first tutorial, she shows you how to make a wooden cross out of some sticks. Check that out here

In the second tutorial, she shows us how to make a wooden box and then attach a burlap sign using iron-on vinyl. I love how you can change out the burlap sign for every season so you can use your box year-round. This would be a great piece to have on your dining room table or on an entryway table as guests enter your home.

There are so many ways you can decorate this Easter, but I hope this post inspired you to get started! Easter will be here before you know it. If you’re decorating for Easter, I’d love to hear how – or even to see some pictures. If you haven’t yet, join our Facebook group for more Cricut inspiration and education!

Happy Easter!


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