Three Last Minute Easter Craft Ideas Perfect for Self-Isolation

That’s right, the Easter period starts tomorrow, so what better time it is to get cracking on some Easter isolation fun with the family! It’s also a great way to get those kids distracted and off your back about where all the chocolate is (when in fact, you’ve eaten it all – OOPS!).

We hope you and your family enjoy our top three Easter craft picks! They’ve even got an eco-friendly twist.

1. Easter Mason Jars

Super cute and decorative, we thought these easy mason jars would be a great addition to any family wanting to decorate their homes this Easter. What’s also great about this decoration is that they can be functional because they can store food and are eco-friendly with the use of old jars. Discover how to make them at Happiness Is Homemade.

2. Groovy Egg Carton Baskets

Ever wondered what to do with your leftover egg cartons? Hold on to them and save them for Easter! Yep that’s right, you can save them and later transform them into brightly coloured Easter egg baskets filled with goodies. The kids will love getting involved creating these and they are sure to add a cute and vibrant Easter vibe to your household. Find the full how-to at Design Mom

3. Egg Carton Chicks

Taking egg cartons even further you and the family could make adorable baby chicks. Cut the cells, stick them together, add a bit of paint and fill them with little chocolate eggs – they’d be perfect little table decorators for an Easter lunch. 

For more information on how to make these little guys, visit One Little Project.