Choose Between Several Projects!
Do you have a lot of buttons waiting to be put to use? If so you’re sure to find a project here that will be a great addition to your Easter decor.
We love the carrot ornaments made with orange buttons. They’re so simple to make and will be fun on an Easter egg tree.
While we could not find instructions for the version from Pinterest shown above, the following tutorial from Elle Marie Home will work nicely.
Make the greens from yarn, as instructed, or use the yarn that the buttons are strung on to tie on ribbon strips.
You’ll find orange buttons in a variety of sizes here.
Buttons can also be used to make a lovely egg-shaped wreath. Cut out the egg shape from cardboard, wrap it with yarn and glue on colorful buttons. A piece of tulle and a bow finish it off.
The finished size is not specified but it appears to be large enough for an inside door. Packs of colorful buttons in various sizes can be found here.
You’ll find the tutorial from Food Fun Family at the link below.
Buttons can also be used to make lovely framed pieces for Easter. Choose a design you like and trace or print it onto cardstock.
Use one of the designs featured below or consider using a simple applique design or coloring book drawing that you enjoy. Glue the buttons in place and frame your completed design.
The sweet bunny with a pompom tail made from white buttons comes from Mom Unleashed. The blue background is printed onto the cardstock along with the bunny shape and fits in an 8″ x 10″ frame.
A colorful Easter egg is made the same way, with the polka dot background printed onto cardstock along with the egg shape. Glue on buttons, frame, and voila. You have a lovely accent piece for Easter. This design comes from A Cultivated Nest and also fits in an 8″ x 10″ frame.
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