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DIY Dollar Tree Easter Crafts

Easter is just around the corner, which means I’m dreaming about colorful Easter eggs, baby bunny cuteness, and all the pretty pastels! It’s also spring break so I’ve lined up plenty of spring crafts to keep myself (and the kiddos) busy all week long!

Today’s blog post showcases a few of my favorite DIY Easter crafts, all having one thing in common: dollar tree supplies! Who doesn’t love a fun (and affordable) DIY?!

Plug in your hot glue gun and get ready, because these fun Easter crafts not only look like something you would buy at Hobby Lobby, but cost less than $10 to make!

DIY Potted Easter Plant

After a long, white winter, I miss seeing greenery (and blooming flowers). But since it’s still too cold here in Wisconsin, I don’t mind a little faux greenery to brighten up the space!

This DIY Easter plant cost less than $6 and lasts forever! You could easily switch out the bunny for other seasonal characters, or remove it completely.

DIY Dollar Tree Easter Plant

DIY Moss Covered Bunny

When I worked in retail, we got these adorable little faux moss bunnies in stock and I thought about how I could easily make one myself. Up for the challenge, I headed to my local Dollar Tree, and set out to make my version of the popular moss covered bunnies!

DIY Moss Covered Bunny

5 Minute Easter Egg Wreath

This Easter egg wreath DIY is so quick and lovely that I wanted to share this tutorial by The Happy Housie. You will need a grapevine wreath, which you can find similar styles at Dollar tree, or using your 40% off coupon for Hobby Lobby, they’re about $2-$3. Grab some eggs, some greenery, and spring colored ribbon, and you’re ready!

DIY Easter Peeps House

Grab the kids, because mama’s got a fun (and edible) DIY! These adorable graham crack peep houses make the perfect snack for Easter.

DIY Easter Egg Garland

What’s an Easter party without garland? Jut a boring old gathering. Here at Design Sprinkles, we like to make things a little bit more festive with this DIY Easter garland. Use up Easter eggs from years past, or grab some new ones and string them along some jute rope.

DIY Mini Jute Easter Baskets

I’m obsessed with anything mini and these adorable DIY mini Easter baskets make the perfect statement on a small budget. Fill them with mini eggs and use them as table placecards, gifts, or party favors. When the holidays are over, switch the eggs out and replace with faux succulents for a fresh summer look.

Easter Carrot Canvas Art

If you have a Cricut or Cameo, then you will love making this Dollar Tree Easter craft! All you need is a pack of decorative carrots, framed canvas, and any leftover stain from previous projects.

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