Do you know what day it is today?

It is the first day of Spring!

 

To honor such a happy day I am sharing a round up of 20 Easter projects from last week

 Show Me EXTRAORDINARY Link Party.

 

 

Are these little eggs “cosies” from Annemarie’s Crochet Blog cute or what?

I love the cheerful colors!

 

 

These are some of the cutest Easter Eggs I have ever seen.

They are covered with fabric.

Visit Lucy over at her blog Craftberry Bush for the full tutorial.

 

 

 

Happy Day!

I adore this Baby Chicks Wreath by Minimoz.

Darling!

 

 

Aww!

Look at these sweet Bunny Tail Cookies by Lizy B Bakes.

 

 

 

 

Here is another Easter Egg by Craftberry Bush.

Lucy and her children dyed the eggs with the water they boiled the cabbage in.

I love the soft blue that came from it.

Lovely.

 

 

Now who needs an Easter basket when you can have one of these!

I love the little makeover that this vintage suitcase got over at Chaotically Creative.

 

 

Here is a super fun project to do with the kiddos…

Easter Egg Sidewalk Chalk .

Head over to Salt Tree for the tutorial.

 

 

 

Fabulous Andrea from  The Cottage Market shared this Spring Bunny.

I love the flowers!

 

 

 Check out these Lace Tights Easter Eggs by Sew and the City.

So unique!

 

This free printable by Debbie from Visual Eye Candy is truly “eggcellent”.

 

 

 

You can learn how to make these polka-dot-licious eggs and cake over at Bird On A Cake.

Thank you Robin for another great tutorial!

 

 

Make Resurrection Easter Eggs with Emily from Raising Busy Chickadees.

She is even sharing the free printables.

 

 

 

Shabby Art Boutique transformed this supermarket egg carton into a Shabby Pink Easter gift.

I am sure my good friend Wanda Ann would love to receive something like this.

 

Eclectically Vintage shared this Peep Wreath.

I love anything yellow! 

 

 

Here is another Pip Wreath by Spittin Toad .

These two wreaths were my kids favorite projects.

Hmm… I wonder if has anything to do with the fact that they are made with pure sugar?

 

 

 Check out this festive Tulle Easter Wreath by Debbie Does Creations.

 

Crafty Journal made this Paper Egg Ornament.

This is another great craft to make with kids.

 

Last week I made my Spring Yarn Wreath.

…You can check out the tutorial here.

 

 

And if you haven’t yet, make sure to check out these amazing 20 Easter Egg Tutorials.

I love every single one of them!

 

All of these projects are so fun, colorful and happy!

Please take a minute to visit the links and let the ladies know what a great job they did!

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Happy Tuesday!

Desirée.

 

 

 

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Desiree
Hi there! After years of working in interior design, I fueled my passion for DIY into my own little corner dedicated to creativity. I am grateful that blogging has given me the opportunity to do what I love and share my passion for transforming, creating and reinventing with our readers.
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16 Responses to 20 Extraordinary Easter Projects

  1. Jenn says:

    I’m absolutely smitten with that chenille chick wreath!

  2. Annemarie says:

    Hi Desiree, thanks a million for featuring my Egg Cosies! I was so excited then I saw them in your blog post.
    Wishing you a lovely Easter!
    Annemarie from The Netherlands

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