Crafty Easter Tabletop Ideas

It doesn't take much to give a festive, springtime look to your Easter table.

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Mommy Bird Craft

Kim Byers

Mommy Bird Craft

This sweet bird will make a precious decoration for your Easter table.

What you'll need:
• Eggs
• Craft paper
• Craft paint
• Hot glue
• Small vine nest
• Specked egg candies

Easy steps:
1. Hollow out your eggs and wash gently.
2. Let the kids help finger paint the eggs and set them to dry on lollipop sticks.
3. Cut wings and beaks out of pattern craft paper.
4. Attach the wings and beak to your eggs with hot glue.
5. Perch mommy on a small vine nest (available at most craft stores) and fill nest with candies.

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Egg Spring Flowers

Kim Byers

Egg Spring Flowers

No need to worry about watering these spring blooms!

What you'll need:
• Eggs
• Felt
• Scissors
• Craft paint
• Hot glue
• Lollipop sticks

Easy steps:
1. Hollow out your eggs and wash gently.
2. Let the kids finger paint the eggs and set them to dry on lollipop sticks.
3. Cut petals out of felt.
4. Hot glue the petals to where your egg meets the stick.

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How to Make Chick Easter Eggs

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Crepe Table Ruffle

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Crepe Table Ruffle

Embellish chair backs with a simple ruffle made with crepe paper streamers.

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Cookie Straw

Kim Byers

Cookie Straw

Surprise your guests by dressing up their cups with colorful straws and a Murray Shortbread Cookie.

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Easter Napkin Rings

Kim Byers

Easter Napkin Rings

Don't be afraid to mix and match spring colors and patterns for a fun place setting. We used purple cardstock for the placemat, a plaid dinner plate. and a solid yellow salad plate. Top it with a yellow napkin wrapped in a printable "Happy Easter" ring.

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Pom-Pom Paper Flowers

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Craft Bucket

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Craft Bucket

Save your next soup can, wrap it with a bright "Happy Easter" band (download link) and fill it full of crayons to keep your little guests entertained.

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Baby Chick Oreo Pops

Kim Byers

Baby Chick Oreo Pops

Make your guests smile by serving these adorable and easy baby chick cookie pops. Click to the next slide to see how to make these.

What you'll need:
• Sandwich cookies (we used Oreos), two per chick
• Icing
• Yellow and orange gel food coloring (liquid thins the icing)
• Lollipop sticks
• Orange non-perils
• Resealable bag, icing connector, and #2 and #46 tips

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Baby Chick Oreo Pops - Step 1

Kim Byers

Baby Chick Oreo Pops - Step 1

Open your sandwich cookies and lay a lollipop stick inside, pressing it into the filling.

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Baby Chick Oreo Pops - Step 2

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Baby Chick Oreo Pops - Step 2

Tint 3/4 of your icing yellow in a microwaveable bowl. Then spoon melted icing over lollipop stick, replace cookie top and allow them to cool for 5 minutes.

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Baby Chick Oreo Pops - Step 3

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Baby Chick Oreo Pops - Step 3

Melt remaining icing and spoon over each cookie pop.

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Baby Chick Oreo Pops - Step 4

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Baby Chick Oreo Pops - Step 4

Allow them to cool for a minute and then add orange nonpareil as the eyes and beak.

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Baby Chick Oreo Pops - Step 5

Kim Byers

Baby Chick Oreo Pops - Step 5

Mix orange icing. After cookie pop is completely dry, pipe on wings (icing tip #46) and feet (icing tip #2).

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How to Make Fuzzy Bunny Easter Eggs

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