Easter is coming up fast so here’s a round-up of cute craft patterns, tutorials, kits and activities to make in advance or keep yourself busy over the weekend.
Mollie at Wild Olive has come up with the clever idea of Easter stockings! They’re a great alternative to Easter baskets and double up as decorations. It’s a simple make too so you can easily whip some up in time for the weekend.
Mollie also designed embroidered felt floral eggs for another free tutorial at Cloud Craft. They would make beautiful ornaments, or even a garland. Check out Cloud Craft’s Easter Stitching collection too for some adorable kits and pastel supplies.
Miss Tricks Mix has been busy with tutorials for a whole range of Easter animals including a chick, sheep and multiple bunnies.
I love bunnies and pompoms so these Easter bunny sewing kits by Miss Shelly Designs (UK) are right up my street. If you don’t have time to order one, you could add a pom pom to another bunny pattern for a similar look.
While it’s unlikely you can order and finish this bunny and flowers punch needle kit from Wool Me A Rainbow (UK) in time for the weekend, it’s such a sweet design you can enjoy it all year round.
Crocheters can make a little amigurumi bunny for the season with this pattern by Toys By Valerie. Turn them into keychains or bag charms, or display as part of your Easter decorations.
Handmade Charlotte has a simple DIY for felt-covered nesting tin can bunnies that would also make cute decorations. Even better, turn the cans the other way up before covering and you can use them as a vase for flowers, or for pens on your desk.
Get everything you need to keep kids entertained with Noodoll’s new Easter printable pack. You get all sorts of fun art and craft activities featuring the Ricemonsters, including and Easter egg hunt, bonnet, bunting and gift boxes.
Or make your own 3D Easter egg basket with this cute paper craft tutorial by CraftISH Corner. The woven basket is such a cool feature and everything can easily be customised to use whatever paper you have in the house.
We all know and love Momiji dolls but now you can make them in mini bricks! I already own the Pascale doll, as she’s basically me, so I’m tempted to pick this up for my own Easter activity.
What do you have planned for Easter? We’ll have some baking ideas and Animal Crossing custom designs later this week or you can browse our Easter Crafts section.
Marceline is the co-founder and editor of Super Cute Kawaii and the author of The Super Cute Book of Kawaii. She lives by the seaside in Scotland in a flat full of kawaii, creating cute character goods as Asking For Trouble, working on endless craft projects and playing Nintendo.