Can you believe that Easter is right around the corner. This year is flying by, and soon we will be coloring Easter eggs and having scavenger hunts. I thought it could be fun to share some really inexpensive Easter inspired crafts that are from the Dollar Store. You don’t have to be super crafty to do these! Plus if you have children, they could really enjoy helping make some of these.
Below you will find a list of different Dollar Store Easter Crafts for you to create this year. You could give these as gifts to friends and loved ones, or use to decorate your home with. Either way they are fun to create and adorable to look at!
Dollar Store Easter Inspired Decor For The Home
DIY Spring Wreath (The Happy Housie): In five minutes you can create this simple, yet adorable spring wreath. Everyone will be asking where you bought this beautiful piece.
Easter Mason Jars (Mason Jar Crafts): These are beyond adorable, and would be great to display on your kitchen table or on a shelf! If you can’t find a mason jar at your store, just buy a neat jar! Anything will work!
Easter Nest Hurricane Glass (Salt and Pepper Moms): This is a stunning piece and would look gorgeous to display in your home for Easter.
Candy Jars on Pedestal (Living Well Spending Less): These are so pretty and look like it would cost a lot to make, but really it is very affordable! Fill with your favorite Easter treats.
Twine Eggs (The Country Chic Cottage): Wrap eggs with twine for a whole new look. Great to put in a bowl and set on a table or counter.
Burlap Bunny (Four Marrs & One Venus): This is such a simple piece to create but looks like it would be expensive to buy!
Jellybean Topiary (My Garden of Eden): These are so fun, I love the idea of it being jellybeans. They look great on display like pictured!
Peeps Easter Arrangement (The Autocrat): I love when you have a vase that has candies on display like this. I have seen where you use lemon peels and such, but never Peeps! Super creative.
If you Can’t Find the exact items that were used in the crafts, just try and get creative and find something that will work in it’s place. Also if you don’t live near a dollar type store, also think of the dollar bins at Target. Plus I know Walmart and other retailers have sections from time to time that have affordable holiday goodies.