Eggs-cellent Easter DIYs

Hop into the Easter spirit by getting crafty with these Easter DIYs.

Button Easter Egg


  • Pencil
  • Paint brushes
  • Colorful buttons
  • Wooden board
  • Mod Podge
  • Easter egg stencil


  1. Print out a picture of an Easter egg.
  2. Cut the Easter egg out and place it on the wooden board you plan to glue the buttons on.
  3. With a pencil, trace the outline of the Easter egg.
  4. Pour some Mod Podge on a paper plate, and using a paint brush or a sponge, put the Mod Podge on the inside of the egg outline.
  5. Place the buttons however you wish, filling the Easter egg completely with buttons.
  6. Let the Mod Podge dry before setting it out to display.

Easter Candy Jars


  • Small jars 
  • Mod Podge
  • Paint Brush
  • Glitter
  • Craft foam or construction paper (pink, white, and orange)
  • Candy
  • Pom Poms
  • Googly eyes
  • Hot glue


Bunny jar

  1. Paint a light layer of Mod Podge over the jar and cover with white glitter, except for the top. Let it dry.
  2. Cut bunny ears out of white and pink construction paper and glue to the lid of the jar.
  3. Glue a pink pom-pom to the back of the jar for the tail.
  4. Using pink construction paper, cut out thin strips and glue them to the front of the jar for whiskers. 
  5. Glue a small pom-pom between the whiskers for a nose. Glue googly eyes to the jar above the whiskers.

Baby chick jar

  1. Paint a light layer of Mod Podge over the jar and cover with yellow glitter, except for the top. Let it dry.
  2. Cut chicken feet out of orange construction paper and glue to the bottom of the jar.
  3. Cut a triangle out of orange construction paper for the beak and glue it to the front of the jar. Glue googly eyes above the beak.

Polka dot jar

  1. Using a round sponge, put circles of Mod Podge on the jar.
  2. Sprinkle different colored glitter over the circles.

Finger Paint Easter Bunny


  • Paper
  • Bunny stencil
  • Tape
  • Paint


  1. Print out a picture of a bunny and cut out.
  2. Tape the bunny on a piece of paper or construction paper.
  3. Use paint to finger paint (or use paint brushes) the inside of the bunny.
  4. Sign the paper and send it to friends and family.

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25 Mar 2022

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