21 Adorable and Easy Paper Easter Crafts


It’s March and Easter is only a few weeks away! As we get closer to the festive season, many people are most likely planning to purchase a number of different decorations and items. And while this is certainly an expected and normal option, consider making this year stand out a bit by making the decorations yourself. Rather than buying them premade, these DIY Easter paper crafts projects can include the whole family, making that Easter Sunday all the more magical. Here are 21 different options that will make this Easter easily one to remember for you and your family.

1. Easter Carrot Treat Box

Perfect for young kids, this option simply needs just a few pieces of green cloth and some orange construction paper.

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2. Easter Egg Wreath

A great wreath for your home or entryway, this adorable decoration can be made with premade easter egg designs or with some cut pieces of multi-colored blank construction paper.

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3. Chick Easter Wreath

Similar to #2 but focuses more on the cute little chick than the bunnies. This wreath is so adorable and ends with a cute baby chick being born!

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4. Bunny Handprint Card

With only some paint, a card, some pompoms, and a couple of googly eyes, you can make a super adorable card that really shows how great the Easter season is.

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5. Paper Plate Stuck Bunny

This super funny and cute option works great when put alongside a wall or a tree. All you need are a couple of pieces of paper, a cotton ball, and a paper plate to make Mr. Cottontail making his hasty exit.

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6. Paper Plate Sheep

Combine some cotton with a paper plate and some black paper, and you’ve got yourself a super cute and super adorable sheep just in time for the holidays.

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7. Tissue Painted Easter Egg

An option that is great for children, simply create a drawing of an easter egg. There, you can either paint it however you want or use painted/colored tissue paper in order to give it a unique design.

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8. Bunny Party Hats

These super cute bunny hats are super simple to make and will really get everyone in the Easter mood. Just grab a few pieces of paper, some scissors, and a marker and you’re good to go.

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9. Paper Bunny Fruit Bag

If you feel that the Easter candy may be a bit too much this year, these Easter bunny themed wrappings for fruit may be just the trick. Not only are they really cute, but you know your child will be eating something just as sweet and much healthier too.

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10. Paper Chicks

These fun and easy options just need a bit of yellow and orange paper, a few googly eyes, and a pair of scissors. Soon you’ll have some cute little chicks ready for the coming Easter eggs.

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11. Paper Hyacinths

These multi-colored paper hyacinths are great for brightening up the home just in time for the holidays.

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12. NewsPaper Bunny

This just in! Easter Bunny has made the news. Now you and your family can be on the lookout for that funny bunny with just a marker, some googly eyes, and a newspaper.

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13. Paper Strip Bunny

These bunnies are great additions to put around the yard or the house and are super easy to set up.

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14. Paper Plate Easter Chick

This baby bird wants to say hello! If you’ve got some young children, this is a great craft choice for them as they can design the chick however they want.

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15. Toilet Roll Stamp

By just grabbing three empty toilet rolls, you can make some super cute and family-oriented stamps. Either make some eggs with one or a bunny face with all three.

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16. Paper Sheep Cutout

Similar to #6, instead of using cotton for the sheep wool, here you can use shredded paper. Depending on which is lying around, consider having one of both.

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17. Paper Easter Basket

This small easter basket is great for super young children. It can hold a couple of eggs during the Easter Egg Hunt and just needs a few strips of paper and some cushion material at the bottom.

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18. Paper Bunny Face Mask

If you want to become the Easter Bunny, this silly and fun option can do just that. Just grab a few paper plates and a marker and you’re now ready to help hide some eggs.

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19. Paper Roll Bunny

Remember #15? Well, after you’ve made the stamps, just add a cotton ball to the top and a paper bunny design at the bottom, and you’ve now got some cute rabbits to decorate the house.

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20. Easter Cross

For those that don’t want to forget the true meaning of this very special day, simply get pair of paper plates. Then, with one on top of the other, you can show what is the most important gift of all.

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21. He is Risen

Similar to #20, this option is for those that want to remember the importance of Christ and what this day truly means. With some paint and a cross, you can show the importance of salvation that comes with Easter.

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