8 Easter Crafts You Can Make Using Stuff From The Dollar Store

By Kayla Keegan and Madyln McArn on Redbook

A few inexpensive supplies + a little creativity = festive decorations that you'll want to keep around long after bunny day.

1. Yarn Wrapped Carrots

Every bunny will fall in love with these little veggies and lucky for you, they only require six short steps and four budget-friendly supplies. Get the instructions at Lolly Jane.

2. Sweet Springtime Baskets

With a little pastel paint, wire, ribbon, ad an old egg carton, you can majorly up your Easter decoration game this year. Get the instructions at Somerset Place.

3. Mini Fringe Easter Baskets

Who knew a few plastic cups and garland could be transformed into suck a fun vessel for delicious sweets and treats. Get the instructions at Studio DIY.

4. Bunny Crossing Sign

Perfect for sticking in your yard or garden during those outdoor egg hunts. Plus, the Easter Bunny will most definitely appreciate your sincere safety concern. Get the instructions at Confessions of a Serial DIYer.

5. No-Sew Burlap Bunny Bunting

Create these white bunnies and hang 'em around the living room for a party banner you can use now and for Easters to come.Get the instructions at Living Well Spending Less.

6. Buttons And Lace Easter Eggs

The hunt for the prettiest, and simplest, eggs is officially over—this ultimate springtime table piece is basically a matter of painting, gluing on ribbon, and sticking in a jar. Get the instructions at Flamingo Toes.

7. Paper Straw Easter Bunnies

This craft appears to be pretty involved, but don't worry, it's way easier than it looks. Any no one could possibly argue that the effort isn't worth the adorable end result. Get the instructions at The Silly Pearl.

8. Easter Egg Decor

Instead of filling up your space with overpriced pieces, this project proves you can make your own expensive-looking embellishments without emptying your pockets. Get the instructions at Salt And Pepper Moms.

This article originally appeared in Redbook.