Nothing is cuter than Easter fashion! I love Easter because the weather is getting warmer, the flowers are blooming, and my creativity is coming out of a winter slump! You can never craft too much but if I ever do it’s definitely during the spring. Today I want to show you three adorable DIY Easter Outfits With Your Cricut for all ages! You will love these ideas. I hope they inspire you to get creative. In all three projects I’m showing you today we used designs in the amazing Easter collection from a membership website called Makers Gonna Learn, which is the ultimate craft membership!
DIY “Snuggler Bunny” Onesie
If you or someone you know has a little one they NEED this adorable onesie that says “Snuggle Bunny”. You can use any color onesie and any color of iron on to make this project. If you’re familiar with the Cricut and iron on then you know you can have multi-layered projects like this one! The bunny ears are silver glitter iron on while the text is simple and white. Next time you take on an Easter iron-on project try your hand at multi-layering! Plus, how cute would a baby look in this onesie and little bunny ears?!
“Too Hip To Hop” DIY Kids Shirt
I think this file from Makers Gonna Learn is so stinking cute. We’ve got a super creative team of designers to bring you the neatest files every month and this month I think they outdid themselves. This shirt is perfect to create for the kid in your life that’s too hip to hop! Since we’re talking about going outside the box for multi-layered projects check out this THREE layered one. If you’re feeling frisky it’s a great challenge and the result is amazing.
DIY Bunny Heart Shirt
I love this simple bunny design! It looks great on any shirt to add a pop of color. You could use this file on so many different things. This would look so cute on a phone case too! For the shirt we just cut the design out with our Cricut and heat pressed it onto the top of the shirt. No multi-layers, just a fun, simple, and quick Easter project that anyone would love.
Don’t you love these ideas? It’s so much easier than you think to create fun DIY Easter fashion for all ages. These would be great to make for your class at school, a Sunday school class, or simply your friends and family. If you’ve never used Iron on it’s a whole new world and I don’t know how I crafted so long before I knew it existed. I “hop” you all have enjoyed seeing these projects and got inspired to make your own this Easter!