Easter Crafts

Easter Wooden Blocks and Easter Chick

We recently had an Easter craft night at church and made this bright spring decorations to liven up our home decor.  The great thing about this craft was that it was something we could finish in a couple of hours and it was easy for crafters of all skill level to create.

Easter Wooden Letters

Easter Wood Block Letters


  • 1″ x 2″ wooden blocks
  • Sand paper
  • White Paint
  • Scrapbook paper
  • Mod Podge
  • Vinyl Easter letters

The Easter letters were made out of 1″ x 2″ wooden blocks.  The blocks were cut at various lengths.  We sanded down the edges then painted the blocks using white paint.

White the paint was drying, we put the vinyl Easter letters on the scrapbook paper (vinyl lettering can be cut using a Silhouette).  After the paint dried, we used Mod Podge to adhere the scrapbook paper to the wooden blocks.

Easter Chick

Easter Chick


  • 2″ x 4″ wooden blocks
  • Sand paper
  • Yellow paint
  • Dark orange paint
  • Ribbon
  • Feathers
  • Wooden beak and feet
  • Buttons

This craft came together really quick.  The first thing we did was sand down the rough edges, then paint the 2″ x 4″ yellow.  The wooden beak and feet were painted a dark orange color.  I believe you can get the beak and feet wooden parts at Hobby Lobby or Michaels.

Once the paint had dried, we covered the front of the chick with yellow feathers.  We stripped feathers of a yellow boa for our chicks.  We used hot glue to attach the feathers randomly around the front of the wood.  Once the yellow feathers were attached, we added the bow, button eyes, beak, and feet.

Bunny Sign

Easter Bunny Sign


  • Wooden plaque
  • Sand paper
  • White paint
  • Black paint
  • Scrapbook paper
  • Vinyl
  • Wooden rabbit shape

The first thing we did was sand down the rough edges, then paint the wood white.  While the wood was drying, we added the vinyl lettering to the scrapbook paper (vinyl lettering can be cut using a Silhouette).

When the wood was dry, we affixed the scrapbook paper using Mod Podge. To finish the rabbit, we used black paint to add eyes and whiskers and glued on a pink scrapbook paper nose.  The rabbit was attached to the sign using hot glue.

Our Easter craft night was a fun activity with great attendance and I’m happy to have some new Easter decorations for our house.

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  1. says

    Hi Camile, I say your project at Skip to My Lou and all of these are simply adorable! I especially LOVE the little chick, he is just too cute! I’m glad I found my way over to your blog and look forward to following you! Have a great week!

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