The Cutest DIY Projects For Easter

Easter is this weekend, and one of the many ways we’re celebrating this year is with a few festive Do-It-Yourself projects. While Easter baskets filled with chocolate rabbits and dip dyed eggs are always a classic, we’re completely falling for these crafty ways a few of our favorite bloggers are celebrating. Come take a peek at these sweet little pastel projects we’ve been seeing all around the web…

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Studio DIY crafted up this sweet and simple idea to curb that Easter sweet tooth — these darling little bunny eared cones. Perfect for those sweets lovers that need a break from all the marshmallow peeps and chocolate bunnies!

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Painting eggs for your egg hunt is the go-to, but why not get a little more glamorous this year with pretty glittered eggs like Girl Inspired blog did?

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Macarons are ever-present these days (just look at Pinterest or Instagram…they’re everywhere!), and they were made even more adorable than usual when Sugar and Cloth spruced them up for a little spring makeover. The little bunny bow ties are crushing us with cuteness!

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This pastel cake by The Wholesome Pursuit is perfectly charming for Easter (how can you resist that gorgeous lavender frosting!?), but also just a gorgeous hue in general for the spring season. This is the perfect weekend project whether you’ll be celebrating Easter or not.

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Last but not least, what’s Easter without a little egg hunt? We think these little hashtagged eggs by Lovely Indeed are the cutest and will be just as fun to make as they will be to search for. What would you have yours say?!

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This is going to sound nitpicky and everything, but the “Bunny Ear Macaroons” are actually macarons. Macaroons are little mounds of coconut (I don’t know how else to describe it), not the filled cookie sandwiches featured here. Even if you look up macaroon, macarons will pop up! But macarons are French, and macaroons are American (I think). Anyway, just my little PSA. An adorable post otherwise!

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