I’ve pulled together the best Easter Cricut projects to not only inspire my own crafting this spring, but to help me make adorable gift ideas, too!
Easter Cricut Projects
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we love decorating for Easter, and making things is my love language, so of course I’ve been searching for and making some of the most fun Easter Cricut projects. So many great ideas – too many, in fact. So I pulled together some of my favorites and popped them here so we can all bask in their Eastery-fun!
In all seriousness, though, the Cricut just makes for some of the most fun projects because it takes all the hassle out of cutting intricate pieces – and makes mystery projects look professional. So, if you’re ready to take your Easter crafting to the next level. then let’s get started.
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Tips to MAKE these Cricut Easter Crafts
If you’re using heat transfer vinyl, always remember to mirror your image if it has any text. That’s one of those things I always forget to do, and I regret it every time! Ha!
A couple of the projects here call for cutting fabric. Which you can cut the easiest on the Cricut Maker, in my experience. The Maker, with the rotary blade and a light grip or fabric grip mat makes a quick and fast cut that is often cleaner and sharper than even what I can make with scissors. The Cricut Explore Air 2 can also cut fabric, but the fabric has to be bonded, so it adds an extra step.
Some of my favorite projects in this set are stencils. So you cut the vinyl, put it on your jar or box, then you paint over it. Here’s the trick though: you have to take the stencil off the piece before the paint dries. This is critical to keep the paint from peeling up and being shabby looking.
WHERE DO I GET these Easter Cricut Projects?
I’m so glad you asked. I’ve gathered them all here so you can just click through and find them!
Easter Cricut Projects
Put your cutting machine to good use this Easter by making some easy and frugal Cricut Easter DIYs! Budget-friendly DIYs are always my favorite and you can't deny the versatility of the Cricut. There are so many ways to use it, and I am sharing some super creative ideas with you!
From seasonal decorations to small gifts and other fun projects, these Easter DIYs with the Cricut can keep you busy in a productive way. And if you're looking for some cute Easter SVG files for kids' T-shirts and onesies, there are a few of those in here as well.
This bunny-shaped burlap utensil holder has such a rustic vibe and you can use it for all your spring and Easter table settings! The project also offers a template for name tags to complete your holiday decor.
Making boxes with the Cricut is super fun and this Easter project has a window that leaves the colorful Peeps visible. With so many cardstock colors and patterns to choose from you can easily customize the boxes.
I always see party favors as being a thoughtful way to show your guests appreciation. Even if you're on a tight budget, you can use your trusty Cricut to make some pretty muslin favor bags using infusible ink. With the bags being reusable this craft is also eco-friendly which is wonderful!
This post offers an easy way to create an Easter tablescape with a designer look on a budget! Easter bunny coasters, leather feathers, leather napkin rings, and modern Easter eggs are all DIY Cricut projects used for the table setting.
Following the tradition of leaving Santa some milk and cookies on Christmas Eve, you can do a similar one for Easter and make this special plate the kids can use to leave carrots for the Easter bunny. How cute is that?
If you want to gift the kids something different than the traditional Easter basket, opt for a fun Peeps-themed tote bag instead. It's a simple vinyl craft and it looks really cute.
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