Handmade Easter planner

Planning for the holidays can be overwhelming at times, and we’re here to help! (Doesn’t it feel like we just got done with Valentine’s Day?). If you’re still basking in the balloons and hearts and chocolate from February, we’ve got an already-made plan for your Easter.

Follow the steps on the Easter planner below and you’ll have everything decorated for Easter. Easy, right?

This Easter planner is a life saver. I made a Valentine’s Day planner for last-minute overachievers because I personally love it when someone tells me how to arrange my schedule. I’m sure you have a better grasp of your calendar, but in case you’re in the same boat, might I suggest a few ideas to try for Easter this year and when to do them? We still have some time before Easter, so don’t worry! There are plenty of projects listed below that can be done in a snap! They’re all projects from the Lars archives and I’ll be adding more so you can mix and match and customize to your heart’s desire.

Easter planner

  1. 4 weeks before (THAT’S NOW!): Make a bunny topiary wreath for your door. This is especially important if you don’t plan on doing anything else. At least you look festive.Easter 2017 Easter Roundup
  2. 2 weeks before (might I suggest making it a weekend project?): Send a care package to a loved one in a huge marbled Easter egg.
  3. 1 week before: You need to make eggs, right? Make some terrarium Easter eggs with paper flowers.
  4. 4 days before: Go ahead and do it. You’ve always wanted to. This is the egging that won’t get you into more trouble like the Biebs. Egg someone with a giant Easter egg at their door. Fill it with lots of goodies.Easter 2017 Easter Roundup
  5. 3 days before: Dye eggs with items from nature for the big day and place them in a lovely basket.
  6. The day of: Bring an Easter lily with you as a host gift. Here are three ways to decorate the wrapping. (Make sure to buy it in advance!)
  7. The day of: Instead of a traditional sit-down feast, do something different. We had a Danish Easter picnic back in Copenhagen and ate traditional smorrebrod with lots of yummy toppings.
These are just a few to get you going and to help the procrastinator in you. Or maybe that’s just me….
For more Easter craft ideas, check out the full list of posts in the Lars archives. It has everything you need to decorate your home, celebrate with others, and try new crafts! Do we even need an excuse to try new crafts?
If you’re really last-minute on Easter gifts, take a look at our Easter products in the Lars shop!

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