Here are some of my favourite crafting projects from around the web:
I’ve been dyeing fabric (and soon will attempt yarn) with Koolaid. Here’s how to dye beautiful Easter eggs using Koolaid: http://gingerbreadsnowflakes.com/node/158
Edited to add an update on dyeing eggs with Koolaid: http://gingerbreadsnowflakes.com/node/159
Ok, so this one I guess could be considered a cooking item but you have to admit it’s pretty crafty too. It’s a chicken/egg family made out of real eggs. So cute! http://dabbled.org/2010/03/the-chicken-egg-family.html
I love this Easter basket made out of duct tape. Have you seen all the pretty colours of duct tape they carry at Michael’s these days? They have pretty much every colour of the rainbow and then some. I scored some that’s purple and turquoise in a sort of tie dye print.
This little chickadee baby onesie is positively adorable. http://www.plaidonline.com/projectDetail.asp?projectID=2967
These “nesting spoons” aren’t specifically Easter themed but the birds/nests theme works well for Spring in general and I can certainly see them being easily adapted for Easter – maybe with some raffia or Easter grass and little chicks? I have some spoons that sit perfectly on the table as they are meant for serving little hors d’oeuvres at dinner parties and I think they would work really well for this. I got the spoons from Avon but I have also seen them in some housewares stores.
Really sweet Easter cupcake baskets http://www.cheekymagpie.com/?p=2458
A great tutorial on how to blow out eggs
These are pretty and simple to make paper egg cups http://bedifferentactnormal.blogspot.com/2010/03/paper-egg-cups.html
I used to make this washcloth bunnies with a little reusable ice cube in the center to make it a “boo boo bunny”. They make really cute additions to a child’s Easter basket too!
How to make a beautiful moss covered basket:
Kids’ Easter crafts ideas: