Easter Craft Tray Ideas

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Easter Sunday falls in April 20th this year and that’s plenty of time to get some Easter crafts ready to share as gifts amongst your family. Now spring’s here and the sun is out it’s a great time for crafting in the garden and with your Trabasack craft tray you have a safe and sturdy service to work from.

Tray Top Card Crafts

Giving and receiving cards shouldn’t be restricted to Christmas time. By collecting (or even creating!) Spring images along with some simple white card, you’ve provided yourself with all of the tools you need for some seasonally festive cards. Images should be bright and full of greens and yellows for a true Easter feel, or try something totally different to stand out from the crowd.

To aid yourself further in this craft, try a lap tray like the Trabasack; a spacious and wipe-clean surface to lay your materials out and piece them together with great comfort and ease.

Crafty Crochet

For the more adventurous crafter, try a knitted or crocheted egg cosy – in the shape of a bunny! Simple patterns (and even intricate ones if you feel like a challenge) can be found online or in seasonal craft magazines, and this skilful display is sure to bring glee to any friends and family who pop by. Turn your Easter crafting into a social event by inviting friends to come round for a chat while knitting “bunny cosies” right there in their laps.

Make your own Easter Bunnies

A great way to get the kids involved is to give Easter sock bunnies a try. Simply lay out some colourful (the brighter and more patterned, the better!) socks in front of you, carefully fill them with dry rice and use a rubber band to tie the top. Round off the top to create ears, tie a pretty ribbon around the “neck” and stick on some googly eyes – and there you have it! Easy Easter crafts that don’t take too long, but look brilliant when finished. The zip-up pouch on the Trabasack is ideal for storing scissors, ribbons and other craft materials safely, and keeps them to hand when you’re crafting with your lap tray.

Here’s a quick tutorial for making your own Easter bunnies:

The Best of the Bloggers

There are hundreds of craft tutorials and innovative ideas to try out across the web. Having a quick look around we’ve found some top crafts that you may want to give a go.

  • Easter Bunny Treat Cups from The Imagination Tree are fantastic for the kids and super simple to make. Their Bunny piñata is also a fantastic Easter treat for children.
  • Red Ted Art has a whole series of Egg Decorating posts but we’ve picked out this fun Easter Bunny Craft one as our favourite.
  • Mollie Makes is one of the leading craft magazines in the country and their fun Rabbit ear headband is a fab gift for the kids when it’s time for the annual egg hunt.

We also found this really great assortment of crafts on Pinterest thanks to Makes and Takes.

Follow Make and Takes’s board Easter Crafts on Pinterest.

The Trabasack is a unique and innovative craft tray design. The curved edge lies comfortably against your body, while the tray itself is spacious and robust – perfect for crafting! To buy your Trabasack and enhance your crafting experience, click here.

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