10 Cute & Quick DIY Easter Projects

Hey there,

I have not been blogging for a while since I am so busy with my day job over at Organic SEO Press where I help clients with Inbound Marketing. It truly is amazing stuff, so if you are into blogging and promoting your own crafting, sewing or quilting business, you should hop over and check out my blog.

I wanted however to come back here and share a little bit more here as well – and hopefully that means I will actually get some time in front of my sewing machine!!!

This time, no tutorial from me, but a round up of quick and easy but super cute Easter Projects.

10 Cute and Easy Easter DIY Projects

So here we go:

Wool Bunny

This adorable bunny comes to us from Purl Bee it looks like its a relatively easy project, even for your first stuffed animal.

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Fabric Carrots by handmade spark – post includes a nice tutorial how to make those carrots in three steps.

DIY Easter Basket

Lunch Bucket that can double as an Easter Basket by Ikat Bag – the bag PDF pattern is for purchase on the website.

Bunny Pillow

This cute bunny can be appliqued on a pillow. It is a free pattern over at Wolf and Willow.

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This scrappy fabric eggs from the Velvet Aubergine are great scrap busters. They are so cute and you can use them for decorating your home, as a toy or even as a pin cushion after Easter.

Patchwork Bunny

Christina from Sometimes Crafter made this adorable bunny ornament – and the blog posts has a detailed tutorial on how to make it yourself!

Easter Basket

Oh, look at this colorful Easter basket made from cotton filler cord wrapped in fabric. Moda uses a Jelly Roll in the tutorial but you could also use long scrap pieces.

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I am in love with this little soft bunny! Its so beautiful. And you can download the free pattern for this Easter bunny softie pattern on Positively Splendid.

ruffled easter egg tee

 

Also from Positively Splendid is this adorable Ruffled Easter T-Shirt. It was too cute not to share as well.

Simon & Co Dress

 

And we finish this round up with one of my favorite designers Simple Simon & Co. 

What are your plans for this spring?

I will make some curtains for our new home – so look out for a new blog post.

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