These Cricut Easter crafts are simple and easy to create, making them the perfect project this Spring. From Easter basket gifts to cute home decor, and even a pair of adorable earrings – this post will share the best Easter crafts you can create with your Cricut.
First of all, here is one of my favourites. Wouldn’t these make the cutest gift?
These adorable earrings were created by Hey, Let’s Make Stuff, using her Cricut and leather (you could also use a fun textured faux leather).
Cricut Easter Crafts Using Vinyl
Kingston Crafts customized premade wooden eggs with vinyl to achieve this beautiful result!
If your family leaves carrots out for the Easter Bunny, you need to gather some vinyl and make a plate like this one from Tried and True Blog!
Rae Dunn makes another appearance with these farmhouse style Easter eggs made by The Kim Six Fix. All you need is white eggs and a few scraps of black vinyl.
Don’t forget to create a gift for Grandma! This “Grandma’s Peeps” sign from The Country Chic Cottage is the perfect way to let Grandma know she’s eggs-tra special this Easter.
Instantly up the chic factor of your Easter party or dinner by adding vinyl monograms to pastel plaid plates like these from Kayla Makes.
The addition of metallic foil vinyl makes these Easter eggs from Cricut an absolute showstopper!
These colorblocked Easter baskets from Making the World Cuter use chalkboard vinyl and paint. Color coordinating the eggs and buckets make for a stress free hunt!
Cricut Easter Crafts for The Home
This wood sign from Everyday Jenny uses Cricut’s stencil vinyl to create a cute bunny silhouette. The felt flowers (which cut beautifully with the rotary blade) are the perfect finishing touch!
Cut basswood with the knife blade and make these adorable Easter napkin rings. If you don’t have a knife blade or a Maker, you can cut wood veneer, like Dukes and Duchesses did above.
How cute is this wreath from Create Craft Love? It only requires embroidery hoops, every day craft supplies, and a little iron on vinyl!
I love this sweet and simple Easter Bunny banner from The Crafting Chicks. The supply list is short: foam eggs, a little string, and some cardstock bunnies (cut with your Cricut of course).
Easter Candy Packaging Made With Cricut
Everyone could use some cute packaging for Easter treats, and this is the first of a few such ideas on this list. These paper carrot boxes from seeLINDSAY are elegant enough for a dinner party but created with just cardstock!
This basket from Crafting in the Rain is perfect for Spring. I love the little touch of greenery in the monogram.
Another way to package up all of those sweets is in a personalized mason jar. Kaleidoscope Living used vinyl and paint to transform these jars into the perfect vessel for chocolate eggs.
Almost everyone I know is smitten with the Rae Dunn trend, and these simple garden pots turned Easter treat baskets from Everyday Party Magazine are the perfect fit.
Easter SVG Cut Files
Choose your own craft with any of these Easter SVG Cut Files:
Little Mister Cottontail + Three Additional Kids Easter SVG Files from Pineapple Paper Co.
Easter Bunny Cut File from That’s What Che Said
Snuggle Bunny SVG File from Happiness is Homemade
Also, be sure to check out this great bundle of Easter SVG Cut Files that we shared earlier this month – all 16 SVGs are absolutely free, including this “Hunting Season” one above!
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