Easter is just around the corner and we have rounded up the best Easter Ideas on Pinterest. You will love these super cute projects that include recipes, crafts and diy ideas.
You will find links to the respective Bloggers Sites under the projects. You can then visit them for the instructions. Scroll our page for amazing inspiration and don’t forget to Pin your favorites.
Cadbury Creme Egg Easter Lamb
How to make a Cadbury Cream Egg even sweeter? With this adorable lamb decorating idea, of course!Using some different colored sugar pastes and icings, you can make these little guys up in a jiffy.
It’s really not as complicated as you might think either, and The Pink Whisk gives a great step-by-step photo tutorial that even newbies can follow along with. It’s as simple as rolling some dough and piping some frosting.
How To Make Pastel Devilled Eggs
Devilled eggs are an Easter favorite anywhere, but these lovely pastel colored eggs add a touch of decor to your table too! You’ll be making these for every brunch and party you attend this year, and we guarantee you’ll get rave reviews all around!
All it takes to make these are some eggs, mayonnaise, and food coloring. You’ll be boiling and separating the cooked yolks from the whites as usual for devilled eggs. But then you’ll add the extra step of dipping the cooked whites in food coloring first for a marvelous result!
These hoppy little lollipops are the perfect treat to make for a child’s class or a group gathering. You can use any type of spherical lollipop you’d like and add all sorts of cute little touches!
Debbie from One Little Project made these up using small styrofoam balls, some ribbon, googly eyes, pom-poms, pipe cleaners, and foam. Most of those supplies might already be lying around your house, and if not they can be picked up for cheap at the dollar store.
Easter Pastel Mint Patties
Easter is all about bringing out the beautiful colors of Spring, and these pastel mint patties do that just perfectly! They can also be made in any flavor you’d like using your choice of candy flavoring, and they’re fun to mix up with different colors too.
You’ll be mixing up a simple dough with some powdered sugar, and flavoring them to your heart’s delight! You’ll then just need to color them and leave them out to dry for a day. Then you can share them and impress everyone with your lovely candy-making skills!
Marshmallow Bunny Paws
These sweet little marshmallow bunny paws are a lot of fun to make and come out looking absolutely adorable! You’ll be melting regular marshmallows, coloring some pink, and piping them out into these shapes.
You’ll need to work quickly with the melted marshmallow before it gets too stiff, but blogger Beth gives some great tips on her page for making these up perfectly. They’re coated in sugar for extra sweetness too!
Easter Bunny Chocolate Ripple Cake
This sweet little “cake” is really some cookies in disguise! Using come cookies, frosting and a little caramel for added sweetness, you’ll be layering these ingredients into what looks like a log cake.
You can then top the cake off with some lovely Easter-themed decorations using candies, chocolates and of course, more caramel and chocolate!
Creator – Zamama Bakes
Bunny Fruit Platter
Here is a really simple way to bring some healthy fun to the Easter goodie table! Worth Pinning lays out step-by-step how to get that perfect looking fruity bunny.You could use any fruits you’d like of course!
You can make this dish even easier by using some pre-chopped fruit sold at your local grocery store in the prepared foods section. Then just lay it all out as she does in the post below.
Bunny Hand And Footprint Art
Here is a really sweet way to make an Easter decoration and a beautiful memento too! Using your child’s footprints as bunny feet, ad their handprints as ears, you can make these sweet-looking rabbit.
It would make a lovely Easter gift for grandparents or other family members too, and could even be a fun class project for older children.
How To Make Birds Nest Easter Cake
This clever cake is a delicious treat! Made using some clever piping tricks that aren’t too difficult to master, you can make this cake in any flavor you’d like. This blogger made a delicious carrot cake.
You’ll be baking three small round cakes and layering them on top of each other. You’ll then hollow out the middle and frost away! Of course, the mama bird decoration and candy eggs are the finishing touches that make this cake complete!
How To Make Bunny Butt Cupcakes
It looks like a little bunny is burrowing its way into these adorable cupcakes, but really they’re made with donut holes and marshmallows. You could make these super simple by buying store-made cupcakes and topping them with the decorations too.
There are some other great Easter themed dessert ideas on this page from Spend With Pennies too – check them out!
Mason Jar Easter Gifts
We absolutely adore these mini Easter jar gift ideas! Wouldn’t they be lovely to give out? Kids and adults would love them just as much too! You can pick up some nice mason jars, and fill them up with goodies, or use this great decor idea from Debbie at One Little Project.
She’s made a little scene in the jar using Easter basket grass, some candy eggs, a chocolate bunny and carrot candies too. It’s simple, inexpensive and fun as well! Plus we bet it will bring a smile to anyone’s face!
Easter Marshmallow Bark
Chocolate bark is a yummy treat, but why not make it even better with some delicious marshmallow fluff! This Easter Marshmallow bark isn’t only scrumptious, it’s pretty too.
This recipe also only takes 3 ingredients! Marshmallows. white chocolate chips and some sprinkles to make it extra pretty. Of course, using colored marshmallows looks lovely, but plain white can work too!
Paper Plate Easter Basket
Need a quick and easy way to whip up an Easter basket? This great idea from Hip2Save shows you how using just a paper plate and some pipe cleaners! Not only is it great for an ‘Easter emergency’, but would make perfect little baskets for a class or group.
Bunny Bait Recipe
This delicious Bunny Bait might not bring about any rabbits, but it sure will be absolutely delicious to munch! You’ll be using popcorn, M&M’s, candy melts and sprinkles to make up this crunchy treat. A cute printable label is included with this recipe too to make it extra sweet!
Treat Filled Easter Eggs
These yarn Easter eggs are almost as much fun to make as they are to give out! Fill them up with any goodies you’d like and they’ll be the perfect Easter gift! You’ll just need some yarn in nice, bright colors, balloons, and craft glue.
Easter Mini Cheesecakes
Who doesn’t love cheesecake! And it can be made even better and Easter-perfect using this recipe from Kraft. These Easter Mini Cheesecakes are simple to bake too using just a muffin tin!
How To Make Easter Egg Wreath
This Easter wreath from Country Is is an absolutely lovely way to adorn your door this spring! Using some plastic eggs, basket grass and a cardboard ring, you can get out your glue gun and go to town! Add a big bow for an extra special touch too.
Tie Dye Easter Eggs
If one-color Easter eggs are seeming a little boring, mix it up with this great idea from One Little Project! It doesn’t actually involve dipping, but instead dotting color and then spraying the eggs with a spray bottle. You’ll need gloves though – this one gets messy!
Easter Bunny Coconut Butt Cake
What could be cuter than a fluffy little bunny tail? This cake idea from Betty Crocker comes pretty close! Using a round cake and some cupcakes for feet, you can easily whip this one up in no time. Top it with dyed coconut for “fluff” and you’ve got yourself a lovely Easter treat!
Creator – Betty Crocker
Easter Marbled Cupcakes
These beautiful marbled cupcakes are a great way to give someone a lovely Easter surprise! You’ll just need to mix up a cake batter with a few different food colorings, then pipe it into muffin cups. A really beautiful treat.
Creator – Two Sisters Crafting
How To Make Bunny Butt Cookies
Bunny Butt Cookies are a lot of fun to bring to a party and fun to make too! You’ll need to make some different-sized sugar cookies, frost them and top them with your treats. Using a pre-made cookie mix like Pillsbury refrigerated cookie dough can make it easier too!
Creator – Pillsbury
Bunny Tail Cake Balls
Bunny Tail Balls look so charming all lined up on a tray and are extra sweet to bite into! Using cake pop tops, you’ll add some quick decorations to make rabbit feet and a tail. You can then pop them into a muffin cup layered with green icing, making it look like a rabbit burrowing away into the ground.
Reece’s Peanut Butter Eggs
Are you a big fa or Reese Peanut Butter Cups? Then you’re going to adore these peanut butter egg treats made using your own delicious homemade mix! These are sure to be a hit!
How To Make Bunny Pancakes
Creator – I Heart Nap Time
Peeps Easter Garden Cake
Creator – Betty Crocker
Tree Stump Bunny Butt Cake
Creator – Tracey Lau
How To Make Bunny Butt Kit Kat Cake
Creator – The Sweatman Family Blogspot
How To Make Paper Bag Bunnies
Creator – Clear and Simple Stamps Online
How To Make Reeces Bunny Cupcakes
Creator – Hungry Happenings
How To Make Minion Dyed Easter Eggs
Creator – A Pumpkin & A Princess
How To Make Star Wars Eggs
Creator – Frugal Fun 4 Boys
How To Make Nutter But Easter Chicks
Creator Sweet Simple Stuff
Easter Bunny Footprint Art
Creator via Keeper of The Cheerios
Footprint Bunny Photo Art
Cadbury Creme Egg Easter Lamb
Creator – The Pink Whisk
Paper Plate Easter Basket
Creator – Small Steps Online Uk
Easter Egg Dyes
Creator – McCormick