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All of these budget-friendly Easter crafts are cute, easy to do and best of all, they won’t break the bank!
Are you ready to break out the Easter crafts yet? I know we still have a month left, but if your kids are anything like mine, you need to find something more for them to do! There’s only so much time they can spend in the house without adventure or creating (and no I’m not talking about school work).
Also, if you are like me, your budget probably looks a little bit different these days. That’s why we are going to talk about budget friendly Easter crafts today. I don’t know about you, but even if I wasn’t trying to save money, I’m not about to spend a fortune just so we can do a craft that will stay out for a couple of weeks. Yeah, yeah, I’m not a very good Pinterest mom. I got it.
Budget Friendly Easter Crafts
I went shopping the other day and for the first time in a long time needed to buy some paper plates. WHAT ON EARTH HAPPENED?! Can someone please explain to me why paper plates are so expensive now? Anyway…I have plenty on hand now and that’s great because we are totally going to do this adorable Easter Bunny Paper Plate Craft!
What’s better than a budget friendly Easter craft? Well, a free one that you get to print out to create, of course! Just gather a few simple craft supplies that you likely already have on hand and have fun creating these cute crafts!
If you are looking for crafts for yourself rather than the kids, this adorable Easter Dollar Tree Tray can be made for less than $10 and is simply beautiful! You might find yourself keeping this one up a little bit longer than most of your holiday crafts.
This Dollar Tree Egg Bouquet Centerpiece is just the cutest! I already know that this one will be a favorite for the kids to make this year. Oh, and “lucky” (?) for me, I’m one of those crazy people that likes to store old holiday stuff so I already have a bunch of these eggs in storage.
We love a good upcycling project around here. I just hate throwing things away when I know that I can find a use for them later. This may explain the messy state of my kitchen cabinets at the moment, but I digress. This upcycled Easter DIY Candy Dish looks like an adorable way to use old tin cans that we haven’t recycled yet. Aren’t they adorable?
Whatever fun Easter Budget Friendly Craft plans you have this year, I hope you have a wonderful time! Easter is one of our favorite holidays around here and we spend a lot of time as a family together. These fun crafts will only add to our time spent together.