1 Martha Stewart
A circular mold, wide ribbon, some birdseed, and some melted suet are all you need to help feed our feathery friends over the winter months.
2 Emoji Easter Eggs
These silly Easter eggs require minimal art skills—even the youngest members of your family can make 'em!
A small sock, glue-on googly eyes, some ribbon, and felt become an adorable woodland creature in this kid-friendly craft.
4 wrapped painted jars
Wrap some yarn or twine around a jar, paint it, and peel the yarn away once it’s dry: you’ll be left with a gorgeous luminary for tea lights or candles.
5 Plastic spoon rose pendant
Plastic made locket,This inexpensive craft will look great alone or on a necklace or a pin or even a hair clip
6 Adorable Spring Bunny Gumball Machine Craft
Spring bunny gumball machine craft for your Easter decor
7 Pom-Pom Easter Chicks
These pom-pom chicks make a great Easter craft to do with little ones. Making pom-poms is so simple and fun, giving great results in no time and requires only very basic skills. This means that children will love to have a go at making their own, and then turning them into Easter chicks!
8 Egg Carton Hatching Chicks
Cut the egg carton cup out of the egg carton. Trim small rectangles out around the edge so it looks like a cracked egg shell. Dab a bit of glue into the bottom of the egg carton and insert one of the cotton balls for the chick body.
9 Salt Dough Tags
These fancy schmancy salt dough tags will add pizazz to your DIY wedding favors. They’re fun and easy to make too! If you have stamps with individual letters, you could also use these as name cards.
10 Solar Bottle Bulb
A liter of water to make light from solar energy.
11 Pillow Cover
This is the easiest pillow cover ever. No measuring! No sewing! Just fold and tie. You need a piece of fabric 3 times as wide plus a few more inches and twice as tall plus a few more inches as the pillow. Place the pillow in the center, on the wrong side of the fabric