diy easter decorations

Spring is here, and it’s time to brighten up our homes for Easter, after all the bad weather we’ve had. Making your own Easter decorations is fun, and a great way to get into the spirit of the season. I’ve teamed up with Hobbycraft to show you how to make quick and easy Easter bunting, and Easter table place settings.

diy easter bunting

Easter Bunting

To make this Easter bunting, you will need:

Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon, £2

Glitter Carrots 10-Pack, £2

Pastel Glitter Hanging Eggs 6-Pack, £2

Faux Grass Hanging Egg, £1 each

Bunny Felt Bonnet Embellishments 16-Pack, £1

easter craft supplies

diy easter bunting

easter bunting tutorial

This is such a simple craft, that produces stunning results. Measure out the length of ribbon that you need for your bunting, then stick the felt rabbits at equal spacing along the ribbon. In between each rabbit, tie on your eggs and carrots, alternating between design and colour, to create some eye-catching and colourful bunting. You could hang this on a wall or door, or use it to decorate the edges of your Easter dinner table.

diy easter table place settings

Easter Table Place Settings

To make these Easter table place settings, you will need:



Card & Pen

Hello Spring Rabbit Wooden Toppers 6-Pack, £1.50

Hello Spring Mini Wooden Pegs 30-Pack, £2.50

Pink, Blue & White Decorative Mini Eggs 30-Pack, £2

Minature Easter Nests 4-Pack, £1

easter craft supplies

easter craft tutorial

easter crafting tutorial

This is a really nice way to personalise your Easter lunch table, and show each guest where they are sitting. Begin by glueing two of the decorative mini eggs into a nest, followed by glueing a wooden rabbit at the back of the nest. Cut out small card labels and write the name of each guest on one. Use the coloured pegs to attached these to the rabbit’s ears. All you need to do now is to sit one of these decorations at each place around your table.

Hobbycraft has a whole host of Easter decorations and craft supplies, so head down to your local store if you’re thinking of making something.

This post is in collaboration with Hobbycraft, but all opinions are my own.

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