7 Fun & Frugal Paper Crafts for Easter

I don’t know about you, but Spring is my absolute favorite season. The warm sun, the sparkling sky, and the smell of blossoms in the air just get me every single year. Alas, the days aren’t all like that, and heavy rain is just as common as those beautiful days I adore. 

What better way to celebrate Spring on those less than spring-like days than with some simple coloring or paper crafts? Here are some great FREE resources for you so you can make it feel like Spring even when the weather isn’t cooperating.

Easter Paper Craft Roundup

3-D Paper Eggs  {Papershape.com}

  • Looking for a simple yet elegant craft that doesn’t require a bunch of unusual supplies? These 3-D paper eggs from Papershape fit the bill. Use them to hide small candies, or just to add some spring decoration to your home.

Easter Egg Ornament {Jennifer from The Life of Jennifer Dawn}

  • You can make these Easter egg ornaments from paper and string scraps you already have around the house, or you can purchase your favorite brightly colored materials to add a touch of pizazz. Hang them from your chandelier or mantle to celebrate the season!

Adult Egg Coloring Pages {Jen Walshaw from Mum in the Madhouse}

  • Don’t let Easter preparations get the best of you. Relax with these adult coloring pages of intricate Easter egg designs. The designs are reminiscent of Ukranian folk Easter eggs, or psyanka.

Free Easter Coloring Pages {Heidi from One Creative Mommy}

  • While you’re doing your own coloring, make sure the kids can color, too, with these free Easter coloring pages from One Creative Mommy. Pair them with a set of crayons or markers for a cheap addition to an Easter basket, or lay them out for an activity after your Easter egg hunt.

Free Easter Printable Hop {Jenn from Clean and Scentsible}

  • This free Easter printable sports a beautiful watercolor design perfect for your Easter table. Or, print it off and laminate it for your door!

Bonus: Spring Paper Crafts

DIY Paper Flowers {Janine from Happy Happy Nester} 

  • These delicate paper flowers almost look real! All they take are some tissue paper, ribbon, and supplies you probably already have around the house. They’d make a perfect addition to your Easter decor. 

Hope Springs Eternal Free Printable Watercolor Art {Krista from The Happy Housie} 

  • Here’s another watercolor printable: “Hope Springs Eternal,” wreathed by blooming flowers. This decoration works all spring, or even all year round! Place it in a frame by your entryway, on your mantle, or on a visible shelf. 

Making your home beautiful for Easter and spring doesn’t have to be expensive. Pick your favorite paper craft from this list and get your heart and home ready for the season!

Related: 7 Stunning Paper Crafts for Valentine's Day

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