Easter Paper Quilling Projects


Easter is a time of joy and celebration, and what better way to celebrate than by making some beautiful paper quilling crafts? Paper quilling is a unique and beautiful art form that involves rolling, shaping, and gluing strips of paper together to create intricate designs. In this article, we’ll explore some fun and easy Easter paper quilling craft projects that you can make with your kids or on your own.

  1. Easter Eggs

Quilling Easter eggs is a fun and easy way to celebrate the holiday. Begin by cutting strips of paper in various colors and gluing them together to form an egg shape. Then, use a quilling tool to roll the paper strips into coils, and glue them onto the egg shape. You can make different designs with different colors of paper, and even add glitter or rhinestones for a more festive touch.

  1. Easter Bunny

The Easter bunny is an iconic symbol of the holiday, and quilling one is a fun and easy project. Begin by drawing a bunny shape onto a piece of paper, then cut out the shape and use it as a template. Cut strips of paper in various colors, and roll them into coils. Use these coils to create the different parts of the bunny, such as the ears, nose, and tail. Glue the coils onto the template to form the bunny shape, and add eyes and whiskers with a black marker.

  1. Easter Basket

A quilled Easter basket is a beautiful and functional craft that can be used to hold Easter eggs or candy. Begin by cutting strips of paper in different colors and rolling them into coils. Use these coils to form the basket shape, and glue them together. Then, make a handle for the basket by rolling two long strips of paper and gluing them onto the sides. Add Easter grass and eggs to the basket for a festive touch.

  1. Easter Cross

The Easter cross is a symbol of the holiday’s religious significance, and a quilled cross is a beautiful way to celebrate. Begin by drawing a cross shape onto a piece of paper, then cut out the shape and use it as a template. Cut strips of paper in various colors and roll them into coils. Use these coils to create a design on the cross, gluing them onto the template. You can also use gold or silver paper for a more dramatic effect.

  1. Easter Chick

An Easter chick is a cute and colorful quilling project that kids will love. Begin by drawing a chick shape onto a piece of paper, then cut out the shape and use it as a template. Cut strips of paper in different colors and roll them into coils. Use these coils to create the different parts of the chick, such as the wings, beak, and feet. Glue the coils onto the template to form the chick shape, and add eyes with a black marker.

Paper quilling is a fun and easy way to create beautiful Easter crafts that all ages can enjoy. With just a few basic supplies and some imagination, you can create stunning designs that celebrate the joy and beauty of the holiday. So get your paper strips, quilling tool, and glue ready, and let your creativity soar!

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Kim Lazaroe

Hi, my name is Kim. I've always enjoyed making crafts for each holiday and season throughout the year. My fond memories are making crafts with my mom or helping my dad build something around the house. Now I get to create new crafting memories with my daughter and husband as well as share my knowledge and experience in crafting with the world. Hope you enjoy my site.

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