Our Favourite Easter Crafts
The days are getting longer, green shoots are peeking through the ground and billowing clouds of blossom sing that spring is here. Easter falls early and our Fragrance Sampler is proving popular as an alternative Easter gift. This year, we’re feeling inspired to make Easter extra special so have been researching Easter crafts to dress our homes for the occasion and to add an extra personal touch to Easter gifts. Here we’ve shared some of our favourite Easter craft tutorials with you. We’d love to see what you’re making this Easter so do tag us on Instagram if you’re sharing your creations – we’re @nobleisle.
DIY Paper Swedish Easter Paper Tree
Påskris is a traditional Swedish Easter tree that’s decorated with feathers, painted Easter eggs, paper cockerels, pipe cleaner witches, crochet catkins and chickens. This tutorial from The House That Lars Built guides you though how to easily make a simple DIY Easter Paper Tree with hand-painted paper feather decorations, inspired by Påskris. It would make a stunning table centrepiece and would be fun to create with kids over the Easter holidays.
Paper Flower Wreath Craft Kit
This easy to make wreath kit from May Contain Glitter via Not on the High Street comes with everything you need to craft your own spring paper flower wreath. It has easy to follow step-by-step photo instructions which will show you how to fold and curl the pre-cut paper flowers, and assemble this joyful wreath. What’s more you don’t need any specialist equipment – just a pen or pencil and some scissors.
Cherry Blossom Easter Tree with Decoupage Decorations
This is such a clever but simple idea – glorious stems of cherry blossom decorated with DIY Easter simple homemade clay or salt dough decorations covered in fabric. It’s so effective and the decorations could be used year after year. Another great one to do with kids. You could also do the same thing with bought decorations or decorated blown eggs.
Vibrant Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs
This tutorial guides you through how create vibrant dyed eggs using natural ingredients such as turmeric, red cabbage, onion skins and beetroot. You can use these easy recipes to colour hard-boiled eggs. Alternatively create decorations to hang on a Spring branch by first blowing the eggs before colouring the shells and attaching a loop of ribbon to the top using a hot glue gun.
The Simple Things magazine has put together a round-up of their favourite easy to make Easter origami projects, including rabbit egg holders, chickens and 3D eggs. The rabbit egg holder is a great place to start if you are new to origami and would make a fun addition to your Easter table.
Mini Easter Garden
Conscious Crafts have some great easy-to-follow eco-friendly kid’s craft tutorials on their blog. We thought this idea for a mini-Easter garden would capture young imaginations. It’s broken down into three short stages that could be done over a week or so in the run up to Easter.
How To Make A Furoshiki Bunny Wrap
Furoshiki are traditional Japanese fabric wrapping cloths but you could easily use any fabric scraps for this idea. This short tutorial shows you how to wrap a jar, small box or even a bottle of your favourite Noble Isle Luxury Hand Wash in fabric with a cute bunny ears detail at the top.
For Easter gift ideas take a look at our gift selection here which includes an option for you to create a bespoke duo of any two 250ml Noble Isle products at an offer price. Your custom gift will come packaged in a luxury black gift box that’s sure to delight.