DIY Dollar Store Easter Wands Craft

DIY Dollar Store Easter Wand Craft

Is your family getting excited about Easter? We love this season not only for the holiday itself, but because it is a sure sign of spring. That makes it an extra-good time to do some pretty spring-like DIY projects like this adorable DIY Dollar Store Easter Wands Craft!

Dollar Store Easter Craft

This Dollar Store Easter craft gets its name because all of the supplies can easily be purchased at your local Dollar Store. (We found these at Dollar Tree.) That also means that it is a very inexpensive craft to put together. It’s fun for your family at home, a classroom or as a party activity for springtime parties. If you want to save a trip to the store, you can also order all the supplies from Amazon. Check out our links below:

Let’s get started making our craft! You’ll first need to gather a few simple supplies:

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Dollar Store Easter Wands Craft



Step 1: Paint your wooden dowels in Easter pastel colors using any craft paint you have on hand. The Dollar Store often carries paint sets or individual containers of craft paint as well.

Step 2: Once your wooden dowels are dry, glue each one to the back of a glitter Easter-themed foam craft shape.

Step 3: Cut some Easter colored glitter ribbons from the Dollar Store to various lengths.

Step 4: Glue the cut strips of ribbon to the back of the craft foam shapes on the wooden dowels.

And there you have it! Can’t you just see the kiddos waving these around on Easter? I love how festive and fun they are!


For more Easter craft fun, try these adorable Mini Egg Cup Easter Baskets! This craft uses supplies you probably already have around the house, including an egg carton. So cute!

Another fun option is this Printable Easter Bunny Robot! My kids would get a kick out of this one.


  1. OMGoodness this is so cute and what a great idea! We love the Dollar store they have so many cool craft items and just about anything you need period! My girls would love to create these Easter wands, I’m going to head to our nearest dollar store over the weekend to grab these supplies. Thanks for sharing

  2. Those are darling! They’re making me think that we need to have an Easter parade in our neighborhood with everyone carrying those cute wands!

  3. Those wands look so adorable and festive for Easter. I love how easy it comes together and that you used Dollar Tree for cost cutting.

  4. LOVE those wands! My kids would love this craft. What a fun idea for spring break. I guess I’m heading to the dollar store tomorrow!

  5. What a cute idea! And I think we have some leftover pastel paints from last year’s Easter craft project! Headed to the closet to see!

  6. Debbie Welchert says:

    These little bunnies would be so much fun making. They would be so cute decorating the backyard with these for the Easter egg hunt. I also love that they are so inexpensive to make to.

  7. looks cool and fun to boot!

  8. Shakeia Rieux says:

    These are super cute, and very creative! My nieces would love making them.

  9. Brian Hwang says:

    Ah, the dollar store! Supplying material for crafts for kids for families everywhere! I like this idea, it’s hard for me to come up with crafts aside from “colour eggs” so this is a good change-up.

  10. Laurence Price says:

    These are great. Cost effective and they look fantastic.

  11. shelly peterson says:

    What a cute and fun craft idea. My grandsons love crafts.

  12. Marisela Zuniga says:

    these are really cute!

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