With Easter only a couple of weeks away we thought what better time to get crafting? Decorate your home with ready for the occasion without shelling out on expensive shop bought decorations-you could even get the kids involved over the Easter holidays to help you out!
You have a wreath at Christmas so why not adorn your door with this adorable little bunny? So simple to make yet so effective! You could even add a home-made pom-pom for the tail using the tutorial we posted a few months ago! You can personalise it how you like whether you choose a fabric to suit the colour of your door or keep it simple with a neutral fabric the choice is yours! Take a look at the super simple tutorial just here.
Brighten up your Easter table with these bright, fun placemats! As we wrote about last month, we’re big believers in recycling and making the most of fabric remnants and this project is a great way to do just that! Once made you could use them year after year instead of buying cheap table decorations that you’ll have to replace every year. Find out how to make them just here.
Here’s a perfect project to get the kids involved with-of course incorporating the ever-popular pom pom! This project involves no needles, you can just set them away with a ball of wool making miniature pom poms to be fashioned into adorable Easter themed characters! All you’ll need is some colourful wool and some accessories to decorate with such as googly eyes and a little felt or foam for extra features! Take a look at the tutorial here.
Easter trees are becoming all the rage but decorations can be extremely expensive. Why buy the same as everyone else when you could make your own? All it takes is some fabric remnants and a little sewing knowledge! Adorn your tree with bunnies, chicks, eggs and carrots with as many colourful combinations as you like to make a completely personalised look. You'll find the tutorial just here.